Waxing in Portage Bay


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  • Studio Cleer
    At Studio Cleer, the art of hair removal doesn’t stop at waxing and sugaring. The studio’s aestheticians also perform subtle maintenance on fuzz that grows on legs, backs, and chests, trimming and snipping hairs into a defined, natural-looking topography without leaving skin bare. For completely smooth, epilated skin, they first numb targeted areas with a topical cream or an icy hug from a snowman before whisking away unwanted bodily fleece with Cirepil wax or organic sugaring techniques. Aside from hair removal, the multitalented aestheticians can also take on other beauty projects, including formaldehyde-free eyelash extensions and customized facials that target clients’ specific skin conditions with extractions, hydration, and exfoliating microdermabrasion.
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    2923 Fuhrman Ave. E
    Seattle, WA US
  • May Salon
    Dusty plum hues, plush pedicure chairs, and soft lighting come together to create an intimate space for clients to indulge in relaxing manicure and pedicure services. May Salon's staple mani-pedis combine necessary nail basics, such as nail shaping and cuticle trimming, with relaxing extras, such as hand and foot massages and steamy hot towels. Clients can have their tips topped with regular polish in a color of their choice, or they can opt for long-lasting gel formulas such as CND Shellac, which stays chip-free for up to 14 days—or, as Jane Austen's manicurist says, a lone fortnight.
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    2950 Eastlake Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Om Day Spa with Anna Spengler
    Nestled inside a recently renovated Pilates studio, Om Day Spa soothes sore muscles with therapeutic massages and pampers clients with organic skincare services. Waxing treatments are performed with organic hard wax for more efficient hair eradication.
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    2351 10th Avenue East
    Seattle, WA US
  • MargiDavid Salon
    MargiDavid Salon was founded in 1989, back when salon websites were merely pages in the phonebook that could only be clicked on with a ballpoint pen. However, the salon's associates are as up to date as can be, frequently traveling to new cities for continued education, especially with the Oribe haircare line. Their commitment to stay abreast of the latest trends is evidenced by the many modern 'dos that emerge from the salon, although the stylists can also use their shears and razors to top their clients' heads with classic looks.
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    2723 Eastlake Ave. E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Night Light Nail Salon
    To the technicians at Night Light Nail Salon, a person's nails are the tiny windows into her soul. So it's no surprise that they do everything they can to give hands and feet some personality, starting with colorful polish from brands such as OPI and CND. While nobody will fault you for choosing a classic shade of red, there's nothing stopping you from getting creative with designs such as a black-and-white checkerboard or a stunningly detailed portrait of Grover Cleveland. The salon eschews pedicure whirlpools, opting instead for modern pedicure bowls that allow for a more hygienic atmosphere.
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    250 NE 45th St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Shear Madness
    Shear Madness, located only a few blocks from the University of Washington, is big on boldness. They loudly proclaim the best haircuts in the surrounding University District, and their funky, modern salon space doesn’t shy away from strong décor. Stone walls and flashing street lights set the stage inside this high-ceilinged outpost, while a chalkboard wall declares the prices for each service. A dual-action salon space, Shear Madness caters to both men and women, offering basic cuts, trims and clips for guys and more controlled options for gals. Coloring, waxing, blowouts and full session washing sessions are available, serviced by hip, young stylists that aren’t afraid to point customers towards a certain “in” look.
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    4730 University Way NE
    Seattle, WA US

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