​​​​​​​​​​​Melanie Jones Beauty

Body. Brows. Beauty.
FAQ


How do I book an appointment & do you accept walk-ins?


  • All services are by appointment only and are booked online. While I currently do not take walk-in appointments, same day appointments are available. 
  • A valid credit card is required to book your appointment. however, your credit card will not be charged until services have been rendered.
  • Please read all of the service descriptions completely before selecting a service. If you have any questions shoot me a text and I will respond at my earliest convenience. 

Cancellations

  • We ask that you please reschedule or cancel at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment.
  • All no-call/no-show appointments will result in a cancellation fee of 100% of all services scheduled. No exceptions.
  • If you are going to be more than 5 minutes late please send me a text as soon as possible. Please do not just show up.


Eyebrow Tinting

  • The more hair the better. Brow tint works best on brows with more hair.
  • However, the tint MAY (no guarantee) adhere to the skin on those with less hair.
  • HOWEVER, this may only last from 1 to 3 days, depending on the skin type.
  • In my experience eyebrow tint attaches to dryer skin types for longer periods of time, and fades a lot quicker the olier the skin.
  • Clients with dehydrated flaky skin in the eyebrow are also more likely to experience faster fading times. Massaging castor oil in your brows every night will keep your skin hydrated as well as promote thicker fuller brows.


Preparing for Waxing Services


  • Please allow 3 weeks of hair growth before your visit if you have recently shaved. Hair must be at least 1/4 - 1/2 for maximum results. 
  • Exfoliate your skin 2 days prior to your waxing service. Exfoliating will remove dead surface skin, allowing the hair to be lifted from the follicle with more ease. 
  • Make sure that you are scheduling your intimate wax service at least 3 days prior or 3 days post menstruation. Intimate areas are a lot more sensitive during this time.
  • On the day of your appointment please come freshly showered. Also, be sure to wear lose fitting clothing to avoid chafing, and additional irritation to your intimate areas.
  • Disposable wipes will be available for freshening up before your appointment as well.
  • Be sure to take an ibuprofen 30 mins prior to your appointment to help with any discomfort.

 
After Wax Care

  • Avoid exercise for 24 hours.
  • During the first 48 hours after your wax avoid using and exfoliation products, or any products that that will further irritate your skin.
  • Take lukewarm showers, and avoid taking baths, hot-tubs, steam rooms, whirlpools and other sources of heat.
  • Do not exposed freshly waxed areas to sunlight, or tanning beds and be sure to wear sunscreen. 
  • Avoid touching freshly waxed skin, Your pores are open and more susceptible to germs and bacteria.
  • Sexual activity should be avoided for at least 24 hours.
  • 48 hours after your wax you should exfoliate your skin at least 2 to 3 times a week to remove dead surface skin, keep skin smooth, and to avoid ingrown hairs.
  • Warning! 
  • If ANY of the following contraindications exist please let me know! All waxing MUST be avoided!
  • If you are using any Retinol products, i.e. Retin A, Renova, Tazorac, Differin, etc. You must discontinue use for at least 2 weeks prior to being waxed. These medications increase the rate at which your skin exfoliates so waxing could potentially remove skin as well as hair.
  • You are using Accutane. You must wait 6-12 months before receiving waxing services. These medications increase the rate at which your skin exfoliates so waxing could potentially remove skin as well as hair.
  • Within 3 days of using skin care products containing containing chemical exfoliants (glycolic or salicylic acids, retinoids, etc.
  • Within 3 weeks of receiving microdermabrasion, chemical peel or laser treatment.
  • If you are diabetic. However, we can wax you if you provide a doctor’s Note providing doctors permission.​