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tophat californiaappli
Since: Nov '14
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Looking for legit manzillian place in the south bay. No extras. Looking for young nonasian waxers.
Any recs? 

Also looking for undraped no extra massage from caucasian masseuse too . If this even exists ... 
Thanks

 







tophat Kemystery
Since: Sep '14 Vip  
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tophat good.times.365
Since: Apr '16
pushpin 10 - 3 Reviews


Hey, 

I have been to http://sanjose.backpage.com/BodyRubs/relaxing-sensual-full-body-massage-free-hair-cut-free-table-shower/22251780 and you need to call ahead to book the wax as only 1 or 2 girls do it. I have gone twice with a table shower, wax then massage! It is always fantastic and its not as painful as you would think. 







tophat almiko
Since: Aug '16
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Since BP is down here is one of them https://www.nightshift.co/forums/24/topics/411-vivi-sasha-nikki-cici-408-702-0160
Vivi(408-702-0160) is a CMT and a certified esthetician.







tophat tando
Since: Jun '16
pushpin 1


I had found Amber James on here previously.  She has a kinky wax service, butthe prices are kind of high.  

http://myamberjames.com/body-sessions/







tophat interiz
Since: Jun '15
pushpin 94 - 4 Reviews


Hmm I've been meaning to look into waxing. How long should I expect to be sore for? Does it vary from person to person?







tophat good.times.365
Since: Apr '16
pushpin 10 - 3 Reviews


I think it varies from person to person and hair type. I was only sore for less than a day after but I was left silly smooth.







tophat almiko
Since: Aug '16
pushpin 7


It also depends on the wax they use.  I was told that hard wax or the patent wax from Europen centers is the best.  The soft wax takes a layer of the skin so you'll be sore longer like if you got a mild sun burn.  They should be using hard wax in that area but you never know since is more expensive.
But when I did it my biggest problem was ingrown hairs that shit sucked I guess I didn't exfoliate or use a product to prevent/help on that.







tophat justmight2008
Since: Jul '16 Vip  
pushpin 8 - 3 Reviews


Any updates on this for the new year (2018) ?


I'm looking for a male waxing but not any extras.  







tophat useyrhead
Since: Sep '14
pushpin 381


Google Pain Jane for a manzilian in San Jose. She’s Viet. But absolutely *no* extras. Waxing only. Her husband is a cop. If you try anything with her, it won’t turn out well. But, if you play it straight, she’ll do a great job and tell a few great stories while you’re there.


http://www.teddbare.com/


Sokie at Wax it All on Camden in Campbell is not Asian. Excellent waxing skills. Also 100% straight waxing service. 


https://waxitall.biz/


Both of the above use hard wax. With Sokie, it helps to let her know hard wax is your preference. But it’s what she’s best at anyway. So it is what she will normally do. I highly recommend both of them.


Also, learn how to exfoliate. Do it in the shower every day. No, not that kind of exfoliate. Get a good pair of gloves for exfoliating and an exfoliating body wash (if you can’t find one, buy it from Sokie - not sure if Jane sells any products now as she didn’t last time I saw her). Then use coconut oil or something on your skin before you dry off. If you do it properly, you’ll have zero ingrowns. 


For you guys who have electrolysis needs, I recommend Sharon Asher Phelps in Cupertino. Sweet older woman. Again, 100% straight electrolysis. But inexpensive and excellent skill. People who do electrolysis well and don’t overcharge are hard to find. Older guys with that extra hair starting to grow on the outside of your ears and nose can get it taken care of here. Or any other spots where you just want that hair to go away. If you think people don’t notice the hair on the outside of your ears when it grows in, keep this in mind. I had a job candidate come in once. Completely qualified technically. The women in the office warned me about hiring him and putting him in front of customers because, you guessed it, way too much ear hair. 


http://www.sharonasherphelps.com/contact.html









tophat justmight2008
Since: Jul '16 Vip  
pushpin 8 - 3 Reviews


I ended up going with Anna ((408) 893-1054) who runs a beautician office out of her home in SJ.

Went for the back / crack / sack wax - was a total of $105 ( before tip).

I had no interest in extras - that shit hurts.  For the record - sack hurt the worst, then back, then crack. 


She was thorough, gentle ( as gentle as one can be during this ) and made sure to clean / lotion and advised on after care. 


I'd repeat 








tophat useyrhead
Since: Sep '14
pushpin 381


I’m guessing she uses the usual soft wax, not the hard wax? Both the lower price and your comment about pain is what leads me to ask. Hard wax is more expensive. But totally worth it. I’ll never go back to getting the soft wax treatment.


The soft wax takes off a good bit more skin than the hard wax does. Unless it’s the first time or you’ve let it go too long between appointments, the hard wax doesn’t even really hurt. At least not compared to the soft wax experience.







tophat stevesol
Since: Aug '14 Vip  
pushpin 41 - 9 Reviews


Last time I did this I got a lot of ingrown hairs, but I guess that's because I didn't exfoliate properly after.  I'm thinking of getting laser hair removal down there.  Anyone have any experiences with that?







tophat useyrhead
Since: Sep '14
pushpin 381


Last time I did this I got a lot of ingrown hairs, but I guess that's because I didn't exfoliate properly after.  I'm thinking of getting laser hair removal down there.  Anyone have any experiences with that?

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Electrolysis and laser hair removal are somewhat similar. But different in significant ways. 


If you have very fair skin and very dark hair you are the best candidate for laser hair removal. Also, laser is not approved as a method for permanent hair removal. Though many have reported good results.

Laser is also quicker than electrolysis because it does not need to be targeted to a specific hair follicle, unlike electrolysis. 

Electrolysis will work for more skin and hair types (pretty much anything) than laser. But it will take more treatments because it must target one follicle at a time.


This will provide more detail about the two procedures for you.


https://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/laser-hair-removal-vs-electrolysis


I like electrolysis. Once you’ve gotten a follicle, it typically doesn’t grow back. Though some are stubborn and might take a few repeats. Those that do grow back tend to come in as soft, fine hairs. 


Be aware that, as you age, more hair grows in. One of the joys of aging. So, whatever method you choose, you’re going to be coming back and zapping new growth as time passes.


Have fun