Scheduling FAQ

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Q: I don’t see any available appointments
A: I mostly have my entire schedule filled at the moment with regular clients who return for set weekly hourly slots. My online system is just for various one-off slots that become available based on cancellations. if you don’t see any openings and you’d like to become a regular client, send me a message. I will reach out when I have space opening up in the future!

Q: What upcoming appointments do I have scheduled? What if I have to cancel?
A: You can log on to the Simplybook portal in order to view or cancel any upcoming sessions. Sometimes I will have to cancel sessions due to being out-of-town, so please check regularly and make sure to keep note of any email updates.

Q: Do you have a cancellation policy?
A: If you cancel less than 72 hours in advance, I charge a $40 cancellation fee. For less than 24 hours, I charge the whole session fee. Please log onto the portal and cancel if you know you’ll have to miss an upcoming session.

Q: What are your rates?
A single 1-hour session is $80. Head to my booking website to see pricing for other time lengths. The remaining balance after the deposit is due after the sesh in cash. I try to offer my services at the lowest rates I see marketed in NYC, so to my knowledge, am the most affordable provider for transgender electrolysis—NYC and Brooklyn 

Q: Can I have a consultation?
A: On our first session, we’ll talk through any questions or concerns you might have before we get started. You can also message me to set up a video consultation before booking a session if you’d prefer, but my availability for it will vary.

Q: How long a session should I book?
A: If you’re new to hair removal, at least an hour. Electrolysis is a precise process and takes time to see results. I only recommend someone book a 15 or 30 min appointment if they can easily count the number of hairs that need to be removed.

Q: Do you do electrolysis for bottom surgery prep, or work on the genital/anal area in general?
A: Unfortunately, I do not, but am working on finding good queer-friendly tech’s I could refer you to

Q: Can you take insurance?
A: At this time, no sorry

Q: Should I go elsewhere if I’m cis?
A:  Happy to work on people of any gender