Get your WAX on
Wax on…. hair off.
Why should I get a wax?
If you’re annoyed with shaving every single day, and can’t stand all of the skin irritations that come with it, then you need to get your wax on. If you need some more convincing, here are other reasons you should give waxing a try;
- Waxing lasts longer, it’s literally pulling hair from the roots!
- Because it is being pulled from the root, waxing gives you smoother results.
- Shaving can leave you with stubble. NO THANKS!
- You won’t get any cuts or nicks that’ll leave you with a scar.
- If you have sensitive skin, shaving can cause a rash. That’s a no no.
- Waxing can make your hair grow back slower, and thinner. YES PLEASE!
- Because of slow hair regrowth, your skin will feel smoother longer!
Embrace the Fuzz (SORTA)
There are a few things you’re going to want to do to prepare for your wax, whether it’s your first time or you’re a seasoned pro. You have to let that hair grow out. You need almost 2 weeks of hair growth, you want that hair to be about the length of a grain of rice. Embrace that fuzz, but for a little while because you (and your regrown hair) will be soft and smooth after your wax.
Get the smoothest results possible!
In order to get the smoothest results possible, you have to prep your skin. Start with exfoliation, get in that shower and scrub a dub dub. Polish the skin to perfection. If you don’t exfoliate properly, you can feel stubbly and bumpy from pesky ingrown hairs. You’ll want to make sure you exfoliate before and (a few days) after your wax.
For those smooth results you’re also going to want to moisturize. The hydration of your skin affects how your hair comes up during a wax. If you and your skin isn’t hydrated your hairs will break instead of sliding out of the follicle. Also keep in mind that your hair will be coming in way finer than normal. That hair will have no issue popping through the skin if its properly hydrated.
Now you know everything you need to in order to get the best wax possible! Wax on… hair off!