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How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

Ive never done it but recently Ive been talking to a few girls and they all love it. And I'm getting a little more and more lenient towards finally doing one myself but I'm a little shy and scared for the pain. My friend waxed my arm pits for my very first time last night and I almost cried...haha. She's been doing my eye brows and upper lip for a while now. Give me your opinions? 

Re: How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

Thats even worse! Goshhh

Re: How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

Oh HELL no! 

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Re: How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

I recommend it because you don't have to worry about the hair for 4-6 weeks and it makes hair down there a lot more manageable. I was scared out of my mind before I got my first Brazilian Wax, but it didn't hurt half as bad as I thought it would. Most people say to take a couple painkillers before you get it done because it hurts so bad, but it all matters on your pain tolerance level. It didn't hurt at ALL for me.

 

 

Re: How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

Thats what i look forward to, no hair for an extended amount of time. Cuz it gets annoying to shave.

Re: How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

If having your arm pits hurt you a lot, a Brazilian definitely will.  Just get your legs and bikini done first, and then see how you do.  The funny thing about waxing:  Having your nose hairs does not hurt at all and neither does having your b-hole.  But, the **bleep** area is rough.  By the way, waxing is much worse if you are a redhead, as the roots are deeper.

Re: How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

instead of waxing, i highly recommend looking into professional laser hair removal.  it is less painful than waxing (especially for that area) and the results last much longer.  Plus, you can usually find very good deals on Groupon that make it very affordable, if not the same or less expensive than waxing!

Re: How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

Look for someone who sugars vs someone who uses wax. The sugar is less abrasive on the skin. Gets the same job done.

Re: How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

I paid a fortune for a Tria (700.00) and didn't see any results. I then saved my money and got a coupon for less than 200.00 and just got every thing laser. So much easier and a lot less painful then waxing.

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Personally, I thought the armpits were almost worse than the brazillian! ... Though maybe that was because the first time I had that area done, it was the first area she did in that session. I always seem to forget just how much it hurts by the time I go back for the next session. O.o

 

It does come back in a lot more sparse. I hate shaving - it's just an annoying chore! And I used to have really thick hair, which I was seriously self-conscious about. So that part's a lot better.

 

The first few strips are a lot more painful, imo. You do get kind of used to it during the course of the session. And the pain only lasts for a moment. It can be embarrassing but a good aesthetician should make you feel more at ease. Remember, they do this all the time and are used to it all by now. I just try not to think about it. :/

 

Personally, I need to get waxed again after about three weeks, but I think that's a little fast. I'm thinking of getting lasered (with the help of those Groupon/Living Social deals that pop up) because I don't want to go that often. 

 

I guess it all comes down to how much you want the hair gone vs your pain tolerance.

Re: How many of you recommend a Brazilian wax?

Yea when my friend was getting ready to do mine, i was embarrassed to show her because hers was so nice and neat and mine was a crazy fro. Smiley Wink so im a little self conscious too. 

 

Im getting more convinced to do it, now i need to build the courage to call.

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