waxing?
bunnylove's picture

I have pretty thin and pale hair on my legs. I am thinking about waxing and I like that people say that hair usually grows back thinner, but is there a risk that it might grow back thicker and darker instead?

Heribertsmith's picture

I want to know the

I want to know the information about that how to waxing the body?

xtremenoscam's picture

Apply some Aloe Vera to the

Apply some Aloe Vera to the cut and fan it with your hand or a piece of paper to cool it off

lovettamcclung's picture

waxing

i had it twice and i dont have good memories about it. the first time was painful, but i had my privacy so overal it was ok. the second time was horrible. there was no privacy and the lady that was doing this to me was surprised everytime she pulled the hair down.
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barisgorge's picture

waxing

That is completely normal! Happens to me EVERY time I get my brows waxed (I don't wax my lip). Apply some Aloe Vera to the cut and fan it with your hand or a piece of paper to cool it off.
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cassie's picture

waxing

Hair usually grows back thinner, not thicker after waxing. It gives you longer with smooth skin because when you wax you rip the hair out from the root, so the hair has to grow back from all the way under the skin. When you shave then you only cut the hair off at the skin so as soon as it grows even a bit you have stubble.

After you wax your hair will normally come back thinner, but it probably won’t be noticable until you have done it several times.