Thursday, June 11, 2020

Hair Removal: Types and What to Use Where

Hair Removal: Types and What to Use Where

Hair removal seems to be a huge topic that everyone is interested in. So I'm going to get straight to the point and share some hair removal tips I've learned over the years. 



Knowing what to use around your body

The first thing to understand is what tools to use for different parts of the body. There isn’t a single process that works for everyone, but here’s what is generally accepted:
  • Face - Wax, laser and shaving
  • Eyebrows - Waxing and threading
  • Underarms - Shaving, laser and waxing
  • Bikini - Laser and waxing (or sugaring)
  • Legs and arms - Shaving and laser
There are different recommended procedures for each part of the body. Waxing is arguably the most popular and versatile as it can generally get most parts of the body outside of large areas such as legs and arms. It’s a lot more precise than most forms of hair removal and can be done at home without much effort.

Hair Removal: Types and What to Use Where

Laser hair removal is also popular for every area except your eyebrows. While many people have concerns about the procedure, laser hair removal is for everyone and can be one of the quickest and most painless ways to remove hair all over your body. It’s highly recommended by most people and even celebrities like the Kardashians are obsessed with it. 

Shaving is also another popular option for areas that require precision. For example, areas of the face, your underarms and your body are great candidates for shaving. But make sure you’re careful and use high-quality blades that won’t snag on your skin. Be gentle with shaving as it’s easy to cut yourself if you’re not careful.

Then there are two other forms of hair removal; sugaring and threading. Threading is a very gentle method of hair removal that is best for eyebrows due to the small number of hairs and precise control it offers you. It’s also relatively inexpensive compared to waxing. There’s also sugaring as an alternative to waxing for bikini areas. This is because sugaring is better for sensitive skin as it’s less painful and doesn’t need to be hot to work.

Hair Removal: Types and What to Use Where


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