Your first Brazilian wax (or first for quite some time) is the most uncomfortable and some women have described the intense pain as more painful than being in labour. I call BS on that - labour pain was intense!!
But why are Brazilians sometimes very painful?
Well, the hair is firmly held in its follicle. Waxing pulls the hair from the follicle weakening the root. So, it will hurt like a bit*h the first time, you might even bleed a little (remember, we are pulling hair out of a really tight follicle!), but it will grow back weaker, more sparse and easier to remove next time. The hair will have a finer texture if you wax on a regular basis, significantly reducing the pain over time.
So, come and have your first Brazilian for only $30, and don't let the first time put you off - keep coming back and you'll soon love the results more than you hate the pain!
Have you ever felt a little leftover stubble after getting waxed?
That’s because some of the hairs left behind were still in the early growth stage and not long enough to be removed by waxing.
With regular waxing every 3 to 4 weeks, you are more likely to get your hair on the same growing cycle - it can take up to 4 waxing treatments before all of the hair is on the same growth cycle, and all the hairs come out together. Your first wax may not remove all the hair, it may last only one week, it may last up to three – it just depends on your own genetics, how recently and often you’ve shaved, and how well you do at preparing the skin before the wax and taking care of the skin between your treatments.
Don’t be discouraged if your hair doesn’t stay gone too long the first few times. The more you wax the longer it will last.
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