Horrible. The guy was extremely careless and did not treat my areas fully. I asked for full face but he would literally only zap three times along my jaw and cheek and I would have to ask him to zap more. I NEVER lost hair. The guy would also linger afterwards which made me feel uncomfortable.
this was NOT used, they were too difficult to schedule with- warning...
The place went out of business before I was able to redeem the groupon
Yes get there on time because they're busy
Not thorough at all -- waste of time and money
Very nice, neat, clean and tasteful experience. Richard is wonderful! The receptionists were friendly too.
Shave! And take pain meds prior. #prettyhurts
OMG ! It was in a basement , the owner or technician used a pair have me a pair of glasses to protect the , that everybody uses. He pump the directly from the bottle onto my face. I was supposed to get full face n neck and he did not do my upper lip. The session lasted about a minute , tops 2 . I did not feel anything . 3 days have passed now n the hair growing back don't feel weak at all as I pulled a couple to see if the treatment worked.
Vegan clean friendly salon. Loved it.....The owner handles the laser and is great.
From Our Editors
If you want your salon to impress the critics of New York magazine, follow Salon Champu's lead and double down on customer comfort. At the full-service vegan salon, the staff—helmed by seasoned stylist-aesthetician Richard Cacace—augments its hairstyling, laser hair-removal, and anti-aging services with complimentary wine, tablets, and WiFi, which is computer talk for Windows Five. With customers relaxed and unwound, the staff gets to work using advanced diode lasers and vegan Unite products from London to revamp appearances. For further proof that Cacace's blueprint is working: the salon has attracted press from the New York Times and CNN Living.