With winter upon us, do we still need waxing service?
The answer is a resounding yes! At Davino Beauty, we believe that beauty maintenance is a year-round necessity. Here are our top 5 reasons why:
1. It just feels good!
There’s nothing like the feeling of freshly waxed skin. Baby smooth legs and arms make us feel feminine and polished.
2. Waxing lasts longer than shaving
Shaving only lasts a day or two, but waxing can last up to six weeks. That’s a big time commitment savings!
3. Waxing prevents ingrown hairs
Ingrown hairs are caused when the hair is cut too short and grows back into the skin. This can be very painful and cause redness and irritation. Waxing pulls the hair out from the root so there is no risk of ingrown hairs.
4. Waxing makes your skin look better
When you wax, you are also exfoliating your skin. This removes dead skin cells and leaves your skin looking radiant and healthy.
5. Waxing is cheaper than other hair removal options
Laser hair removal and electrolysis are much more expensive than waxing and only provide temporary results. Waxing is a cost-effective way to achieve long-term hair removal.
If you’re looking for a professional, full-service beauty salon in Dallas, look no further than Davino Beauty. We offer a wide range of beauty services.
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Davino Beauty salon is a one-stop shop for everything beauty! from full body waxing, hairstyling & cuts, color, and hair extensions to brows and lashes.
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