May 12, 2012
What's your favorite way to remove unwanted facial hair?? Waxing, Laser, Threading ....
May 13, 2012
I just tweeze normally, and in between I make sure that I cleanse the tweezers. I just hold a lighter under them for a couple seconds, and I don't get that eyebrow acne anymore.
I usually go for waxing (brows) but if I don't have the extra money or feel like heading into the shop I'll use facial Nair
For my eyebrows I normally tweeze, wax them myself if I'm feeling lazy lol but for everything else I always get laser at my dermatologist's office, hurts a little at first but you get use to it, and it's way better than any other method, in my opinion!
Any stray hairs go via tweezer. I wax my brows to sharpen up the shape though.
Threading is on my to-do list though.
May 14, 2012
Face (sides, chin, upper lip, baby neck hairs): IPL Laser
If anyone feels self conscious about facial hair (like me) save up and do some sort of laser treatment. Its so worth it to be hair free! There are a few side effects. If anyone wants to know about my IPL experience, msg me.
May 16, 2012
May 24, 2012
I have so much facial hair on my cheeks , upper lip , and forehead. I recently began threading at home. It's super easy and super cheap, plus I've heard the hair grows back finer and takes longer to grow
May 25, 2012
I just tweeze, and I'm lucky to not have a lot of unwanted facial hair so I just take a razor to the virtually-nonexistant stache I have (in the shower). Maybe this is a bad thing to do but whatever! It's fiiiiiiine.
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