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#5271 Lisa DSO

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    Posted 16 June 2010 - 01:17 PM

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    Lisa, I started doing the brazilian a while ago and I started getting ingrown hairs with all the waxing. So then I switched to the laser hair removal and I LOVE IT! I agree it is a little painful but I think the waxing hurts more. Another great thing with the laser is that you can shave in between sessions if you have some hair that grows back. I think it really depends on where you are in your cycle, that’s how sensitive you'll be to pain. Just take 2 tylenols before! I was embarrassed at first but then you remember that this is what they do for a living and mine isn't the first one they saw LOL
    Ok, if waxing hurts more then I'm gonna do the laser lol. I'll just order the topical cream and take some tylenols like you suggested lol.

    #5272 jesmcan

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      Posted 16 June 2010 - 01:45 PM

      Lisa I had the same question! but did not know how to ask it I am glad you did lol so should I do a test run? I did not even think about that. I better get on that. I was going to get it done again the day before we leave.

      My friend also told me to take Tylenol but even better ib profin
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      #5273 Lady_Di

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        Posted 16 June 2010 - 02:03 PM

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        I know there is a thread for this elsewhere, but I want to ask YOU ladies lol. Are any of you getting a brazilian wax or the likes for your wedding? I know it's advisable to start well in advance, but I'm scared lol. I've had laser hair removal and that hurts, so I definitely don't want to do it in THAT area...hmm, i wonder which is worse...
        I was supposed to do whole nine yards brazilian wax but i chicked out and had the landing strip. I never did it before so the lady told me to get the strip until i am used to it. HOLY COW BALLS. That's all I have to say. Like Jenny, I am getting ingrown hairs and it sucks. I have been using Bliss No Ingrown hair product so it is supposed to be helping. I did it three days before the wedding and I had no problems. I also applied "No scream" Bikini wax cream 30 min before and took two tyenlols.

        #5274 orbitingbklyn

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          Posted 16 June 2010 - 02:08 PM

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          Also when we went on our site visit for seating a table of 6 is perfect! Zulma said no more than 8 and we saw a table of 8 and it looked pretty tight. You can just let your WC know how many at a table you want.
          thanks for the info on the table seating #s! i had no idea! i would have randomly guessed 8-10 to a table. good to know they are small tables.

          also, on the issue of food, i was told by my WC (Rebekah) that i can choose 2 entrees by doing 1 regular entree and a vegetarian entree. that's the only way i was told i could do 2 (and i asked several times). so i am going with the beef tournedo and the eggplant cake. that is the choice for the main meal that i am giving everyone. hope this helps.

          also, i am wondering if anyone was a november/december bride and can comment on having the reception on the beach versus in the central garden at The Royal. Ceremony at 4, cocktails at 5 in garden & reception 7 on the beach.
          My two issues are
          1) is it going to be cold & windy? don't want to freeze anyone out & i know my mom gets cold when i'm not cold!
          2) the lighting for photog & just generally seeing people. i know there are lights under the table but not sure about other lighting & i was thinking that maybe the garden would be better lit? but i like the privacy of the beach. if anyone has any opinions, they are much appreciated!!

          thanks again!

          #5275 RunningBride24

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            Posted 16 June 2010 - 02:33 PM

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            Originally Posted by jesmcan
            Lisa I had the same question! but did not know how to ask it I am glad you did lol so should I do a test run? I did not even think about that. I better get on that. I was going to get it done again the day before we leave.

            My friend also told me to take Tylenol but even better ib profin
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            I was supposed to do whole nine yards brazilian wax but i chicked out and had the landing strip. I never did it before so the lady told me to get the strip until i am used to it. HOLY COW BALLS. That's all I have to say. Like Jenny, I am getting ingrown hairs and it sucks. I have been using Bliss No Ingrown hair product so it is supposed to be helping. I did it three days before the wedding and I had no problems. I also applied "No scream" Bikini wax cream 30 min before and took two tyenlols.
            I was posting on the waxing thread but it's more comfortable with my fellow Royal/Gran brides. Jess I heard to get a test run, with plenty of time for it to grow back. The 'growing out' phase is what I'm most nervous about. Yes on the tylenol (so I've been told). The lady I'm going to explains it pretty good if you're nervous: Bikini Waxing Las Vegas It puts a light hearted twist on it (just ignore the start when it talks about Vegas).
            ~The future Mrs. Thompson~10*10*10

            #5276 louise_pernell

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              Posted 16 June 2010 - 03:31 PM

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              runningbride, I like the idea of no seating chart but how will you know you put the right amount of meals on the table, like will ppl swap with each other the cards? Or will you just give ppl the card before they sit down? Sorry I'm a visual type of person so I'm trying to see what it wold be like. I'm having the same issue bc I know not eveyone in my group eats meat.
              I chose half beef and half chicken and I am going to place the cards on a table. First come first serve. Whoever picks up their card first will have a choice and they will take them to their table and place them in a bucket for the waiters to collect. This way I avoid a seating chart and another headache. Most people didn't mind either way so whomever is last will have to settle.
              I hope this helps.
              Louise

              #5277 orbitingbklyn

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                Posted 16 June 2010 - 03:32 PM

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                i just got back from a short site visit. and they were pretty strict on the dress code. most of the girls down there all look 'cute' so i don't think it's an issue, girls/sandals are definitely fine. but we went to asiana once and were told my fiance needed pants/shoes. we went back the next day and he was wearing jeans and brown full coverage shoes. in writting it also says "3/4 sleeve shirts" but he was wearing a polo which is fine. i think guys just have to wear pants and closed toed shoes, and look 'nice' and they are ok. but i did see a few guy get turned down at asiana because of the pants/sandal thing. and i believe maria marie and the mediteranean restraunt is the same.
                Hi! Does anyone have a formal statement from the hotel regarding the dress code that I see mentioned here (but was never told by my WC or on the website!)? Can guys wear nice sneakers? Are there any restaurants at The Royal or Gran Porto that do not have a dress code?

                THANKS!

                #5278 louise_pernell

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                  Posted 16 June 2010 - 03:36 PM

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                  wow, saturday will be here before you know it! Congratulations!
                  Have a wonderful wedding!


                  Thank you. I know. Everything is starting to stack up and I am running out of time. Haha. I will be there 6 days before the wedding so hopefully we can get alot accomlished. My fiance's family lives in Playa and Cancun so we have some help.

                  Louise

                  #5279 Lisa DSO

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                    Posted 16 June 2010 - 03:47 PM

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                    Originally Posted by RunningBride24
                    I was posting on the waxing thread but it's more comfortable with my fellow Royal/Gran brides. Jess I heard to get a test run, with plenty of time for it to grow back. The 'growing out' phase is what I'm most nervous about. Yes on the tylenol (so I've been told). The lady I'm going to explains it pretty good if you're nervous: Bikini Waxing Las Vegas It puts a light hearted twist on it (just ignore the start when it talks about Vegas).
                    I know! I felt more comfortable talking about it here.

                    #5280 FutureMrsYak

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                      Posted 16 June 2010 - 05:46 PM

                      So my coordinator, Ana emailed me today asking for me to send her all files and e-mails with I had with Carole, and Suzanna. She had my wedding time wrong, and also had it as legal when it is symbolic!! Glad she is taking the time to make sure everything is correct!




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