The 'Story Behind The Story:'
The 2002 Sunday Style Article ...
It has been a few years since this article appeared
and that's the point -- Laura J. Crawford has been at the forefront
of hair removal treatments in the Louisville area for a long time.
Brazilian waxes and electrolysis were seen as a
new wave in personal grooming when The Courier-Journal featured
Laura in this Sunday Style section article in November 2002. But
by then, in 2002, Laura had already been in the business for 15
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Key excerpts from the article:
* "Some people want a runway strip, mohawk,
round moon, heart,'' said Crawford. "I did one that looked
like a Charlie Chaplin mustache."
* Jennifer Endris, an orthopedic nurse at Jewish
Hospital, has been enduring the Brazilian wax for three years.
"Sometimes I wish I had a bite stick, but Laura does a lot
to make me comfortable,'' said Endris, 36. "She lets me holler
and call her whatever names I want because she knows it hurts."
Still, the pain is worth it for some. "It
makes you feel feminine, smoother, and I think men like hairless
women,'' Endris said.
* Christina Valhouli, a writer in New York City,
went on the Internet to detail the experience of getting a Brazilian
wax at the J. Sisters International Salon.
"Getting waxed is one of those hidden, female
pleasures like wearing trashy lingerie under a business suit,''
she wrote. "It's your little secret that makes you walk around
with a smile, and puts an extra swagger in your step."