Some people leave them bare, some people pluck, some people thread. I am for waxing all the way. Of course, I'm talking about our brows. I too was a victim of the over-plucking teenage years of the Noughties and now I look after them fiercely. Which does mean I've gone to my fair share of waxing salons. If a waxer gets my brows wrong once, I won't go again. They're too precious to me!
So when NKD Wax Salon popped up on my twitter I knew I had to give them a shot, I was looking for a new salon, plus their newsletters are fantastic.
My brows before:
I was immediately impressed when I went in the salon, it was a clean, airy space that was really friendly. Everyone there was professional and I felt attended to by whoever I spoke to. I've been to salons where it feels that the waxer is trying to do two things at once, and I hate it - I don't want someone going near my brows when they're preoccupied!
My waxing therapist Amy was professional and really friendly, she asked me what I wanted from my brows and I could tell that she was listening and would do as I asked instead of her own thing like I've experienced in the past with waxing.
Although waxing will hurt, her precise way of doing it made the pain lesser than I've experienced in the past, which was a relief, because I've had some terribly painful experiences with my poor brows!
Overall, I was super impressed with the service I received, and straight away booked in for another appointment with them to get my brows redone! I think I have finally found a salon I can use as a 'regular' place, yay!
Although I got my brows tinted and waxed, they offer a whole range of waxing for both men and women - go check them out!
Disclaimer: Although I was offered a complimentary service in exchange for a review, this does, and never will,change my opinion.