Vajazzling, and electroylosis have all been receiving more than a little attention in a few of my posts, all across the great Internet, and at swimming pools and beaches everywhere. Cindy Bishop of “Real Housewives New York” is starting a new waxing chain and was recently interviewed by Stylelist about how she got in the business of "lawn-care maintenance."
The waxing business sounds as if it were a natural fit for Ms. Bishop right from the get-go. Ms. Bishop started her waxing empire with the help of a few famous faces from the Hamptons. Ms. Bishop’s chain of salons, Completely Bare, offers both Vajazzling (the art of placing putting gem-like crystals you-know-where) and Vatooing (the art of air-brushing intricate, tattoo-like designs across a woman’s nether-regions).
The idea to open a waxing salon didn’t come out of nowhere for Ms. Bishop. She was inspired to open her salon(s) because of a painful bikini wax when she was only fifteen that she refuses to discuss in detail. (We’ll just have to imagine the traumatic details and cringe.) Possibly as a result of Ms. Bishops’ prior experiences with the bad wax, she is carefule to urge anyone thinking about getting her first bikini wax to first ask detailed questions and to go to a reputable salon. New clients should ask the salons how long they have been in the business of bikini waxing and what kind of hair they are used to dealing with.