Approximate time needed: 60- 75 minutes
Suggested skin types: Dry, Sensitive, Rough, Prickly, Oily.
TOP RELATED QUESTION
Q.Hi BigStylist! I have heard that if we wax regularly, after sometime the hair growth does not continue after some time. I was wondering how much time do we need to do it before it starts?
A.Well to tell you frankly, it differs from person to person, but it takes a number of years. Also, the bigger picture is that the hair doesn't stop growing completely. What happens is hair growth reduces a lot, and you need to wax less and less frequently. So, if you start waxing when you are around 13 years of age, and if you wax regularly without shaving, then when you are around 35 to 40 years old you may need to wax just once in 4 to 5 months. Also, in certain areas like in your underarms, hair growth may reduce a lot more than in other areas.
Q.I wax my arms and legs regularly. But since the last few sessions, I have developed some ingrowths which even after repeated waxing at the same spot are not going away. Please help me.
A.Hi! Waxing the same area twice or even thrice is not going to help you get rid of the ingrowths. But you also need not freak about it, since it is one of the common problems faced by many women.I will suggest that you gently scrub the area with soap and pumice stone. Also, make sure your hair is pulled in the direction opposite to hair growth while waxing, to prevent ingrowths..