- Updated: 6/11/2015Posted: 10/18/2011
Nice salon for the men . Nice salon for the women
- Updated: 6/11/2015Posted: 11/24/2010
I have been going to this place for years. And Genia does a very good job! You should try her.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 1/23/2009
I have been going to Magic Touch for about 15 years, Genia the owner is wonderful. She is caring and always makes me feel like a valued customer. She is very gentle. I went to another place for my first wax job which included a bikini, eyebrows, full leg etc. The lady took over 2 1/2 hours and she made me suffer in pain. The first time I went to Genie she had me out in 45 minutes and no pain. Now I am out in about 20 minutes but I don't have the leg wax anymore but I do get a Brazilian. I won't go anywhere else. This is not a spa experience but I am there to get waxed I don't need a spa experience for that. Give Genie and staff a try, you won't be sorry.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 11/10/2008
I've been going to Magic Touch for 6 years now. I went at first for eyebrows, and was convinced to try a bikini wax. I did the bikini and loved it so much I decided to venture to a brazilian. The best thing about the brazilians here is that they are so fast. I am in and out of there in 15 minutes. Also, they always do a great job. Margarita is the best. She's sweet and professional and doesn't take off tiny strip by tiny strip. She really gets the job done painlessly.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 9/25/2008
i like magic touch because it's about 5 minutes away from my work so i can pop in during lunch and be out in 15 mins. this place is not upscale at all despite the beverly hills address. its very plain, dated and old. i'm not sure if i would say its clean or decent. BUT the old russian ladies do a great wax job. they are fast, they take off all the hair for brazilians including the behind region. i had a lot of ingrown hairs and she tweezed them and recommended ""tend skin"" oinment which i bought from the salon and use everyday to prevent/help ease ingrown hairs. plus $35 for a good brazilian is hard to beat in LA. \r \r bottom line, bleak, ugly salon but for $35 you get an excellent brazilian wax that I would pay $75 for elsewhere
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 1/18/2006
I've been coming here for almost a year now, and I have had no problems with any of the services I've received. The ambience is simple and bare; if you're looking for the ""spa"" experience, then go elsewhere. But if all you want is a decent wax at a great price, then this is the place for you.
- Updated: a month agoPosted: 8/8/2005
I should have walked out when i saw the wax the owner was going to use, but she assured me all was well and that she had done lots of Brazilians on men. This could not have been the case. She left me with bruised and ripped skin. I've been getting waxed for years and have never been treated so unprofessionally by a ""professional"".