Facial hair removal is one of the issues both men and women face. Many people are interested on how to remove unwanted facial hair and keep them at bay, or how to minimize hair dermes 脫毛 growth in the face. While for men the traditional razor will do, women want to explore options when it comes to removing unwanted hairs. Women are more meticulous as they want its growth to unthicken, and appearance to be fine or at best undetected. The current trends to remove facial hair are as follows:
Waxing is the most popular removal option because it minimizes thickness of hair as it grows and achieves removal from the root. Waxing is faster and more thorough than individually plucking hairs with tweezers. Hot wax kits consist of a “wax” made of sugar or honey, (this is called “sugaring”), beeswax or resin.
The easiest way to do waxing at home is to buy a microwavable wax which requires melting the wax slowly at recommended heat settings. Apply with a wooden spatula, then spread with a strip of pure cotton muslin as evenly as possible and pull off the wax with jerky movement or in one quick snap. Hot waxing takes a lot of patience and the chance of getting red spots is high. Try its cold counterpart for easy application. You can apply wax more evenly using the cold wax mixture and you can also repeat waxing one area at a time to achieve results. However, the hot wax still provides optimum results as it dries when it gets cold and thus grips the tiny hairs along with it more effectively.
If you cannot stand the pain of hot waxing and want to remove facial hair without the mess, try removal solutions in the form of gels or creams. Sally Hansen and Veet are best selling products when it comes to hair removal gels. They leave the skin moisturized and smooth to touch and achieve professional results too. Using a natural hair removal is not only a great option to painful waxing, but the natural ingredients remove hair directly from the roots, too. Natural removal methods can leave your skin hairless for up to six weeks, and is applicable as well to other problem areas like the underarms, legs or bikini lines.
“No pain, no gain!” Bet you have heard this a thousand times, especially when someone is trying to remove unwanted hair. Hair naturally grows all over the body and becomes very noticeable during puberty. Typically it grows on eyebrows, armpits, pubic region, face, abdomen, back, chest and legs.
There are many reasons why people, mostly women want to remove their unwanted hair. Some of the reasons are cultural, religious, medical and sexual. But the most common reason is for aesthetics. This is because of the increased popularity of shorter dresses, which expose the body parts where hair is usually found. Certainly, hairless skin looks neater and smoother too.
There are various ways to remove unwanted hair, however most of them are very painful. Plucking, threading, waxing are the most common method but the problem is, they are the most painful way of removing unwanted hair. On the other hand, there are still ways to get the same result without the tears.