Congratulations to anyone who has just been promoted from bikini waxing to Brazilian waxing. We understand that you may be researching a lot about the safety of wax, what to do if you feel pain, how much you can withstand, and the best type of wax. We are sensitive to your concerns and have done the necessary research for you so that you can find the right answers. Let’s calm down, and let us tell you 7 facts about brazilin wax.
Let’s first learn about Brazillian wax before we get into the details.
1# What’s a Brazilian Wax?
Brazilian wax is a way to wax ALL of your hair. You can leave a small strip of hair or a triangle at the top and have your hair removed from all other places.
2# What’s a Full Brazilian Wax and How Do I Get It?
A full Brazilians wax is a step above regular Brazilians wax. It will not leave any hairs behind, from your labia to the clitoral fold to your hips. You will feel completely naked with this wax.
3# Is It Painful?
Every procedure that involves removing hair from the follicle will be painful. But there is good news. Brazilian wax is the most painful only at the first procedure. However, the pain will decrease over time and you’ll find that your next session will be less painful. You will notice that your hair is growing in the same direction as your first waxing session. It’s not easy, but it will become easier with time.
To make your first waxing experience more pleasant, you can apply an ibrufen immediately before your appointment. This will help to reduce the pain.
4# Which wax is best?
Which one is better: Strip wax or hard wax? If you’re looking for an answer to this question, we recommend that you choose hard wax. This is because strip wax can not only remove the hair, but also the top layer of the skin. Sounds painful right? It’s quite simple. The strip wax removes the topmost layer of the skin and makes your skin smoother.
You can choose to use strip wax for future sittings but it is not recommended for the first sitting.
5# How long can it last?
Brazilian wax usually lasts between three and four weeks. However, it all depends on the individual as different hair growth rates might apply to each person. It is recommended that your hair should grow at least a quarter inch before you go in for your next session. You can trim between.
6# Waxing or Shaving
This question has been discussed more than the Trump-Biden election. We recommend that you wax your hair there, rather than shaving. You can shave in your own home at any time, but the hair heads will become blunt, which could cause itching and pain as they grow. This is not something you want. Waxing can cause pain for 10-20 minutes, but it will result in smoother hair, smoother skin, and softer hair.
7# What to do before you have your wax session?
This is the most anticipated and favorite answer. How do we prepare for our waxing appointment. We have you covered with a 5-step guide to help you prepare for your waxing appointment.
It is a good idea to trim your hair to one quarter of an inch if you are a beginner and have lots of growth. The more difficult your waxing experience is, the longer your hair will be.
How do you do it? You will need a pair of sharp scissors, a table or a high surface to place your feet. Lift one of your legs slightly and stretch your ends by lifting them up. You should trim your hair carefully to avoid cutting yourself. After you’re done trimming one side, lift the other and continue.
A week before your appointment, exfoliate the area where you plan to wax. Pre-waxing will remove dead skin cells, and the wax will grab your hair instead of your skin. This will make waxing less painful.
How do you do it? To exfoliate the area, use a gentle scrubber or a loofah along with a mild exfoliator. This should be done at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled waxing appointment. This will prevent ingrown hairs from growing and make waxing less painful.
- Take warm shower
Warm showers are a good idea before waxing. The steam from the hot water will open the hair follicles, making it easier to remove the hair.
- Comfortable clothing is recommended
Wear something loose and comfortable when you go to a waxing appointment, especially if you are going for Brazilians wax. Before you wax, let your skin breathe. The best choice is to wear cotton pants with loose linen trousers or skirts. Wearing something too tight will trap heat and moisture and make waxing unpleasant and uncomfortable.
- Keep hydrated
Hydration is key. Drink plenty of water before you go to your appointment. This will ease the process and make it easier.
It can be intimidating to wax your intimate areas, especially if you’re new. You have the right to decide whether or not you wax your private areas. However, society’s perceptions of beauty should not dictate your choices. If you are still interested in getting bared down, these tips will help you get a smooth and safe experience.