Emma trained and qualified as an electrologist at Académie Dectro in Montreal, Canada. Prior to becoming an electrologist, she lived and worked for seventeen years in the United States, first as a lawyer, then within federal law enforcement. She has a BS in Mathematical Sciences from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a JD (post-grad law degree) from the University of Richmond. As such, she approaches electrolysis in a scientific, analytical, and critical manner.
As a transgender woman, Emma has been through the frankly unpleasant process of having her facial hair removed (and much of her body hair too, although she did that herself). It hurts and it takes a long time; there’s no getting around those awkward facts. Her experiences, both good and bad, inspired her to change careers and focus on developing a skill that would in some way help the transgender community, particularly within underserved communities outside major metro areas who don’t often have access to the highest quality resources for their gender transitions. Given that facial (and to some extent, body) hair removal is a key part of the transitions of many transgender women, she decided to focus specifically on transgender hair removal and has developed what she believes is a cost-effective, understanding, results-driven service.
11:00 a.m – 8:00 p.m
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2A Eagle Road, North Moons Moat
Redditch, B98 9HF
(Inside the “Hair Factory”)