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PH | Eyebrow Threading at Lay Bare

I've never been too high maintenance when it came to my looks.  I don't wear make-up on a regular basis (even prefer not to wear some if it can be avoided) and my hair style should be the wash and wear type.  Yes, I'm extremely lazy that way.

But there is one thing I never fail to do regularly.  I just have to have my eyebrows threaded and groomed once a month.  Where before I used to have it done at my favorite hair salon (read my painful post in this here link), I realized that it was better to have it done in places that specialize in the trade.  Hence, I gave Lay Bare Waxing Salon a try one day.

Lay Bare Waxing Salon

I've never had my brows done anywhere else since.

In a nutshell, Lay Bare Waxing Salon offers hair removal services.  Waxing's the most popular service of choice; but a lot of people also opt to have their eyebrows threaded here since (1) they provide comfortable beds inside small cubicles for a little privacy and (2) their staff are specially trained.

A typical treatment room

With a pluck-pluck here and a pluck-pluck there.  Here a pluck.  There a pluck.  Everywhere a pluck-pluck (sorry, couldn't help myself.  J)  And a few excruciating minutes later, I have these babies groomed (errr... plucked) to perfection.

The finished product

Good thing this torture only comes once a month. 

Eyebrow threading services are offered in all Lay Bare Waxing Salon branches nationwide for only Php110 (do leave a generous enough tip, ok.  J)

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Lay Bare Waxing Salon
SM Bacoor
Tirona Highway, Bacoor
Cavite, Philippines
W     http://www.lay-bare.co

Please visit the Lay Bare Waxing Salon website (click here for the site) for more information on services offered and branch locations.

Comments

  1. I tried their service din, twice na yata. Affordable at P110.

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  2. And I sang along to the Old McDonald pluck pluck song :) I hate unruly and bushy eyebrows too, even I can't help but pluck my own strays - but not to a point of perfection :)

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    1. I tried threading my own brows a few weeks back. Very hard a! I appreciate the Lay Bare people more after that. =)

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