In order for clothing to properly fit on the body, the skin must either be hairless or surrounded by a layer of deflated mylar balloons. Make your body fashion-friendly with today’s Groupon to Dare to be Bare in Eastchester. Choose between the following options:
- For $24, you get one bikini or Brazilian wax (up to a $70 value).
- For $39, you get three bikini or Brazilian waxes (up to a $210 value).<p>
Each option is valid for your choice from the following services: * The Teddy Bare (a $50 value) * The Darling (a $60 value) * The Dare Devil (a $70 value)<p>
Owners and licensed aestheticians Sandra Cossa-Ortiz and Colleen McMahon tend to all of Dare to be Bare’s clients, and the pair have garnered praise from Westchester Magazine for their warm personalities and thorough attention to detail. Sandra and Colleen liberate hirsute patches using a lavender-chamomile blended wax that lends skin a flower’s smoothness and attractiveness to butterflies. For the Teddy Bare look, fuzzy patches outside the swimsuit line vanish, and the Darling removes slightly more hair in close approximation to a Brazilian wax. The Dare Devil wax, named for its favor among naked motorcyclists, leaves the whole area bare.
Guests can keep their eyes glued to television screens in the lounge or in any treatment room as they undergo their waxing treatment. Similar to the front lawns of successful fortunetellers, the spa’s hallways use purple-red drapes and candles to create an inviting ambiance.
Dare to be Bare
Owners and licensed aestheticians Sandra Cossa-Ortiz and Colleen McMahon tend to all of Dare to be Bare's clients, and the pair has garnered praise from Westchester Magazine for their warm personalities and thorough attention to detail. By incorporating ultrasonic vibrations into their treatments, they promote vitamin absorption, encourage collagen regeneration, and reduce wrinkles caused by frowning or impersonating a raisin. They also pamper skin surfaces with facials, diamond microdermabrasion, and laser hair removal. For clients inclined to more traditional hair-removal methods, Sandra and Colleen liberate hirsute patches using a lavender-chamomile-blended wax that lends skin a flower's smoothness and attractiveness to butterflies.