Moonee Ponds most popular Waxing Salon


Makeup & Beauty Lounge is known for there efficiency in waxing services.




Does waxing hurt?

While everyone's pain tolerance varies, waxing may cause some discomfort, especially during the first few sessions. However, our experienced estheticians use high-quality wax and techniques to minimize discomfort as much as possible. Many clients find that the results outweigh any temporary discomfort.

How long does the hair need to be for waxing?

Hair should ideally be about 1/4 to 1/2 inch long for effective waxing. If the hair is too short, the wax may not grip it properly, leading to less effective results. If the hair is too long, it's best to trim it before your appointment.

How long does waxing last?

Waxing typically lasts between 3 to 6 weeks, depending on your hair growth cycle and the area being waxed. Regular waxing can lead to finer and sparser hair growth over time.

Can I wax if I have sensitive skin?

Yes, you can still wax if you have sensitive skin, but it's important to inform your esthetician beforehand. They can use products formulated for sensitive skin and take extra precautions to minimize irritation.

How should I prepare for my waxing appointment?

To ensure the best results, exfoliate the area to be waxed a day or two before your appointment to remove dead skin cells. On the day of your appointment, avoid applying lotions, oils, or creams to the area as they can interfere with the waxing process.

Can I wax if I'm pregnant?

Yes, you can still wax while pregnant, but it's recommended to consult with your doctor first, especially if it's your first time or if you have any concerns. Some women may experience increased sensitivity during pregnancy.

How do I care for my skin after waxing?

After waxing, it's important to keep the waxed area clean and avoid hot baths, saunas, and direct sunlight for 24-48 hours. Apply a soothing lotion or aloe vera gel to help calm the skin and prevent ingrown hairs.

Can I wax if I'm using certain medications or skincare products?

Some medications or skincare products may increase skin sensitivity or thin the skin, making it more prone to irritation. It's best to consult with your esthetician or healthcare provider before waxing if you're using prescription medications or certain skincare products.