Lather up, the gals are back to wax lyrical about the prickly topic of body hair. For the second episode of their feminist series On the Rag, Alex Casey, Leonie Hayden and Michéle A’Court sharpen their secateurs and trim a path into the prickly world of body hair. Why do we have hair in certain places and not others? Who is hair removal really for? And how painful is a first time Brazilian? Alex joined us at OFF & ON to find for herself! MORE
Latest Brows and Wax & Laser Hair Removal News
At parties, as soon as people understand that brazilians make up most of what we do, they drop off other conversations and start crowding around you. You feel like you're doing a bit of a TED talk over canapes.
There's a fascination in how we can look at vaginas all day….. MORE
OFF & ON opened New Zealand's first dedicated wax and brow bar 10 years ago. So, to mark a decade in the business, OFF & ON conducted the first ‘Hairy Habits’ survey of over 500 New Zealanders to see just how much has changed.
“When we first opened, people would come in and whisper their request for a Brazilian wax,” she said. “Others would be confused that we did brows out in the open in our ‘brow bar’ similar to a hair salon.” MORE
Hairy habits have changed in the last 10 years, for example men in 2018 are fully embracing body hair management. Nicky Shore from OFF & ON joins Carly to talk about how stigmas around body hair have changed and some of the options that are out there.
The Hits have teamed up with OFF & ON to give you the chance to win a years’ worth of free waxing!!
Plus, to celebrate 10 years of hair raising adventures, the OFF & ON bus will be stopping by your town to celebrate on its national tour.
If you have a hairy or brow raising situation, come on down to Sylvia Park and the team will look after you (within reason!) onsite. We will be there on Tuesday 18th September from 12pm - 1pm!
There will be giveaways where you can win vouchers ranging from a male mono brow through to a full body waxing course. One lucky person in each location will also win a years’ worth of free waxing!
Spot the OFF & ON bus in you town, mention it to the team when you make your next appointment at offandon.co.nz and receive 25% off a Brazilian wax or brow shape service*.
Enter now below to be in to win a manscape, landscape or lady garden.
If you’re more into bushy removals from the garden rather than yourself we’ve got a tonne of Stihl shop products we can give you instead!
Founder Nicky Shore revolutionised Auckland’s hair-removal scene in 2008 with the opening of her now thriving business. The aim was to make the process more professional and, dare we say it, almost enjoyable (a wall switch signifies when you’re ready for the therapist to enter, which feels more dignified). Shore’s three salons in Newmarket, Britomart and Takapuna specialise in Brazilians – using special store-made wax – and laser hair removal.
"Off & On is a hair removal and brow bar with locations all over New Zealand. you’ve probably heard us talk about them before, because they are so damn, amazing!"
"I am obsessed with their Henna Spa Treatment. Because, well look.....I don’t even wear makeup when I have my brows looking this good"
Cityscape catches up with Off & On’s founder and owner Nicky Shore, who revolutionised the beauty industry with her national chain of premium hair removal and brow design destinations, and has now brought the ‘Brow Wow’ and ‘Brozilian’ to Christchurch. MORE
"7. MAINTENANCE BRAZILIAN AT OFF & ON"
The Off & On legacy, started by #girlboss Nicky Shore in Auckland, has made its mark in Wellington, where it has risen to sit among the best. It’s now known as the place to go for all sorts of hair removal, from it’s “browography” brow shaping, through to the simple-but-important Brazilian maintenance. It’s less a spa, and more hanging out in an awesome luxe house with your besties. From beginning to end, the gals offer 5 star service with a smile.
OFF & ON opens in Wellington
One of our favourite beauty destinations has opened it's doors in Wellington. Finally, a well crafted believable brow and brilliant brazilian can be found in the capital. Trudi Brewer sheds some light on what you can expect. MORE