Why does Male Brazilian treatment cost more than Female Brazilian?

This question pops up to me when I advise male clients for their Brazilian prices. It’s pretty shocking compared female Brazilian price. For example, if female Brazilian costs $59, male Brazilian might cost around $159 – yeah, triple price. And what are the reasons why behind this???

No exact company policy that I know of would address the reasons why. To my assumption I’ve been working in beauty industry, specifically laser hair removal, I may explain to male clients the differences prices due to:

  • Male Brazilian is not very common (though there is significant increase recently) compared to majority number of female. According to Independent, male would prefer female or their partner to have womanscaping, to manscaping concept of themselves.
  • Plus, Hairallwomenstalk mentions male hair is thicker and grow faster than female hair.
  • Therapists herself have the right to reject to not treat male Brazilian if they are not comfortable. In term of saying that, therapists come from different backgrounds – some with conservative cultures which Brazilian area of male client is (kinda) against their culture or customs. Thus, clients need to pay more to get therapists who are able to treat.

How do you charge Brazilian for ladyboys or transgender clients?

This question is quite tricky. However, (theoretically based on company’s policy) to make it fair and clear to client is explaining them that price will be charged depending on physical appearance, BUT if you were lucky enough, you’d meet therapist who would just charge you for female Brazilian (and this may apply to those who also have less hair or light hair growth).

I hope these explanations may help clear doubt to those wanting to have their male Brazilian done.

Published by vinniethedainty

Having migrated to Australia since 2013, I realized that I tend to love about beauty and decided to pick it as my skill and career. It now becomes the skill for life, the skill I have learned, worked, experienced and passionate about and I would love to use this blog as the means to share, educate and support Khmer ladies and all types of readers.

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