It's not uncommon to catch a stray hair sprouting from your chin. Even a cluster of chin hairs is normal. A cream waxing kit allows you to heat the wax up and apply it directly onto the skin before pulling it off with a muslin cloth. Compared to pre-waxed strips and hard wax, this is often the most thorough waxing method and the easiest to get right.
Waxing is just one of the many types of hair removal available aside from traditional shaving, plucking, and depilatories. Facial wax works with either warm or cool wax that hardens against the area of skin with unwanted hairs. Face wax can easily be purchased at your local drugstore. Consider the following 10 possible side effects of facial waxing and how you can manage them. With any type of waxing, a small amount of pain is inevitable.
Talk about a hairy situation: a recent poll conducted by Kelton Research shows that about 18 million American women are more stressed out by removing facial hair than their finances. The same study shows that an incredible 80 percent of women would be willing to give up their favorite things—including sex for 30 days and…gasp…chocolate! Although factors beyond our control like genetics and hormones play a big role in how much facial hair we have, the good news is that there are plenty of easy ways to remove facial hair right at home.
Show less Unwanted hair on your face can be annoying and frustrating. Rather than risk shaving your facial hair or shelling out money at a salon, do facial waxing at home. Start by choosing a wax that is right for your skin type and skill level.