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sunahra

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I need to ask something which is not about skincare, will you all help me?

So I started waxing my bikini area not too long ago . Before that I used to use razor. I'm using sugar wax and doing it at home. It's been very easy for my underarms but very hard for pubic hair. Some hair's are coming out on sheets and some are still there . I was asking if ya'll have faced this problem? And is it normal? And any other information for me?? Or suggestion maybe?? TIA πŸ’œ ( If I'm offending anyone with this I'm sorry , I just don't know where can I post something and get suggestion from it)
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Yourskintellectual

Oily/Resilient

Don't have any advice, just wanted to say that you're insanely brave!! πŸ€―πŸ™Œ
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Yourskintellectual

Oily/Resilient

When I had it done professionally I sweated out 2 buckets πŸ˜‚
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ishiskin

Dry/Sensitive

you brave brave, I could never πŸ˜­πŸ™ŒπŸ½
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sunahra

Dry/Resilient

it's really risky, I was scared too but it did very well for underarms but it's not going well for pubic hairs
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Radiant1111

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I used to DIY sugar wax all the time and I experienced the same problem of having some hair left behind. I’m no pro but find that the area needs to be completely dry for better results. I used to dust a bit of baby powder to soak up any moisture. Make sure the skin is really taut before you rip off the strip. It’s still really painful though, which is why I don’t do it anymore. πŸ˜… I felt like I was doing self care and self harm at the same time!
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sunahra

Dry/Resilient

I tried this powder method but some hairs were still there after doing it . I just want that whole part to be hair removed. It's not happening. and Now what are you doing for hair removal??
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HowlJenkinsPendragon

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I've been doing waxing for quiet some times before, and I really understand your concerns. IT'S NORMAL. Waxing wasn't really satisfying for me because some hairs weren't pulled out from my skin completely. In the end, I opt for easier method which is SHAVING. But I have a lot of cuts from shaving & it leaves a lot of scars on my skin. For now, I'm going to try EPILATING instead as I have heard many great reviews about it. It's better than shaving & waxing, also cheaper than doing laser treatment. πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ
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HowlJenkinsPendragon

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I'm not sure about wax bean because I've never tried it before
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