OK OK OK…
I read the previous posts about long-term body hair removal (eg waxing) for men in Taiwan.
Now… let me get this as easy as possible:
Why there is NOBODY in here that has tried to set up some kind of shop for foreigners who have too much body hair???
There is money to be made in here, isn’t there?
After all we know about foreigners setting up pubs, restaurants, bakeries, bushibans, etc.
It’s quite common.
How about setting up a shop together with a local Taiwanese (to avoid all the bureacratic hassles).
The number of foreigners going to this place would be fairly high:
- foreign women (who generally have a little more body hair than Asian women)
- heterosexual foreign men (whose Taiwanese girlfriends often complain about “too much hair!”)
- homosexual men (they probably also like to have a smooth look)
And… the weather in Taiwan generally makes most foreigners feel uncomfortable if they have too much body hair.
We all know that there are beauty salons where women (sometimes even foreign women) can get all their body hair waxed… but there is the usual complaint that men are generally not allowed to go to these places.
We also know that shaving is not a very good idea because the hair will grow back too fast (too fussy to do every day, and then there is the problem of ingrown hairs, etc.)
Well… I don’t have the money to setup this place… and I don’t even have the qualifications for it.
Any ideas??? Do you have any friends in your home country who would like to setup shop in here???