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This girl is obviously gleaning her information from advertisements rather than taking the time to do her homework and getting her ducks in a row prior to publishing her work. At least she doesn’t let the facts get in her way.
I especially liked the part about “recouping your losses after 5 to 10 years of waxing…” I hope that a lot people take her advice. It would make me feel very secure knowing that there will be plenty of people out there that will be needing my services 5 to 10 years from now.
Some of the thickest, deepest hairs that I’ve ever treated were in the brows and chins of women that have tweezed and/or waxed for extended periods of time. I always have to use blend or galvanic to treat these hairs as they have way too much area inside of the follicles to be effectively treated by thermolysis! I like to get as much permanancy as I can on every pass. I enjoy doing electrolysis, but I also like my clients to get the best value for their money. When I start working on a client, I love the day when I can see the last of them on a regular schedule. It means that I did good work for them. I can always see them on social occasions if we’ve become friendly!
Joanie <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" />
Yeah, as the industry saying goes:
Good electrolysis practitioners LOSE ALL THEIR BEST CUSTOMERS… because they actually finish the job. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/tongue.gif" alt="" />