Hi 'all! My name is Michelle and I 'll just put it out there... I love my job!
I am a Native Tucsonan born and raised here. After highschool, I chose to broaden my horizons and enlist in the military. (Short funny story- a day before graduation from basic training, we were allowed to get one item from our personal bags for graduation. Some girls got lipstick, some mascara. Well what did I get? My tweezers of course! Thats gotta tell you somethin.) Ok back to who I am- After serving in the Army for a couple of years and being actively involved in the military community for multiple years post active duty, at the age of 27, I chose to go to school to become an esthetician.
My motivation to become an Aesthetician started to form at the age of 15 when I received my first eyebrow wax. The changes it made to my facial structure alone were moving in itself, let alone the confidence it gave me. I excitedly chose to fulfill my dream of making others feel as beautiful and confident as I did (and still do) since my first waxing experience. After working in an upscale salon and spa and performing all types of esthetic services, I made the choice to bring my family back to Tucson, to be close to my family.
My love for body waxing has always been my focus professionally. I think everyone has their niche' in life and waxing is mine. I believe it's a form of art. After specializing in body waxing for women and men alike for the past 7 years, with the encouragement and support of my family and friends, I did it! I took the leap and decided to open my own waxing studio- which has been my professional goal since i became a licensed esthetician.
I understand the stresses in finding an esthetician that makes you feel comfortabe in trusting that your waxing will be done well and with the least amount of pain. I completely understand the "awkawardness" and sensitivities of certain waxing services and do my best to minimize those feelings. I take pride in my work and stand by it 100%. I know anyone can wax, but not everyone waxes well. So thats where my motto came to place since day one~
"DON'T TRUST YOUR PEACH WITH JUST ANYONE!