When a place charges $70 for a brazilian wax, I expect not only a completely thorough job like I normally get for $30 at Natura Spa in Astoria (ask for Ieda!), but added luxury thrown in. I was sorely disappointed.
The "waiting room" contains one big round seat for everyone to share surrounded by all of Bliss's products...hardly a relaxing spa atmosphere. I was not offered anything to eat or drink. My appointment was at 5:15, but I was not taken until 5:20, which would've been fine if they did not follow a strict 30 minute-time limit for each wax-my wax was over at 5:45. I don't know if all the rooms have the same set-up, but the bed on which I was supposed to lie with no clothes on from the waist down was directly in front of the door which faced a long hallway, which meant that anyone who happened to be walking down it when the door was opened would see me! Really poor layout. I'll have to admit that the wax was the least painful I have ever had because of the different type of wax they use, except Margarita, the woman working on me, informed me that I had some hairs that were too short and that I could go home and tweeze then later MYSELF.
Excuse me?! I told her in so many words that for $70, I'd better leave there completely hairless, not with stray hairs. She then launched into some ridiculous explanation of why she doesn't really tweeze. When she was finished, she asked me to look and said she'd tweeze some, but made ME inspect it and point out hairs to her, which is her job, especially since I can't see underneath or behind.
Most people would probably be satisfied with the results, but if you're someone who wants a completely thorough job, don't waste your time or money. There's nothing special about this place at all and they don't care about you as a client.