Shear Vanity salon
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Removing hair from the body is certainly not new. Hair removal has been an integral part of grooming since prehistoric times. In fact, men used flint to remove unwanted hair as early as 30,000 B.C., The ancient Egyptians did this long before suburban house wives discovered the bikini wax. The Egyptians paved the way for modern waxing. Around 60 B.C., they started removing hair via a process called sugaring. Later, the Greeks adopted this ideal of smoothness. The old Greek sculptures show us that the sculptures of men are polished, shiny, and muscular. They may or may not show pubic hair, but rarely shows any additional body hair! A smooth and hairless body was the standard of beauty and youth. Although fashion trends have changed the style of removal as well as the area or areas on the body where hair removal commonly occurs, many of the same techniques used by the ancients are still in use today.
Back & Shoulders-$50.00
Chest & Stomach-$50.00
5306 Martway St., Mission, KS 66205