Brazilian waxing for the first time

Anonymous

im sooooo freakd out...bookd my first waxing session n after i put the phn down i was like wat-am-i-doin?!?!?can anyone tel me bout the pain factor,wat to expect,skin reactions etc?
Nov 24, 2007 @ 05:44 pm

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Anonymous

me toooo

i have no idea but i want to book mine too (first timer ) and i'm nervous
where did you book?!? lol
Nov 29, 2007 @ 10:04 pm
go_extreme

brazilain wax

There is nothing to be afraid of, once you try it once - you will not stop!

Many websites will tell you to do it 1 week before or 1 week after your montly cycle, and also to the asprin. I say just do it!

If you need a good product for ingrown hair (as this does happen) let me know I know of a good one.
Dec 30, 2007 @ 01:09 pm
Ali de Bold

Good ingrown product?

do tell!
Dec 30, 2007 @ 02:03 pm
Anonymous

Once you start....!

I've been getting brazilians for years now... once you start you will not want to stop. The key, however, is finding a good waxer! I've had one or two bad experiences, but I have found a great person! I drive accross town to her at least once a month!! Relax! It is SO worth it!
Dec 31, 2007 @ 12:37 pm
Ali de Bold

Where do you go?

A good waxer is hard to find ;)
Dec 31, 2007 @ 05:11 pm
go_extreme

good waxer

No kidding about finding a good waxer...also how much you pay for it.
I have many friends in the SPA business and they charge up to 65$..I think 25$ is all you need to pay - and yes this takes it all off front and back..lol
Jan 02, 2008 @ 01:35 pm
Anonymous

Fairview Mall...

I go to Natural Solutions at Fairview Mall... ask for Rossette... she is the best! Very quick and not very expernsive! She knows me and what i like... i'm in and out in about 10 minutes!
Jan 02, 2008 @ 06:34 pm
Anonymous

First time, and without an advil!

I went to Kim @ the Michael Kluthe Salon & Spa for my first ever Brazilian and it was much less painful than I'd expected (even though I didn't take an advil before hand). I'd recommend her if you're looking for a good waxer: she's professional and fairly priced at $30. Most importantly, she's fast, the waxing was over in 5 minutes.
The thing I found about waxing though is that the hair grows back more sparse, so, it looks kind of weird if you don't wax it again. So, perhaps that would explain the previous comments on the "once you start, you don't want to stop" thing.
As for a good ingrown product, Kim recommended 'Tendskin', which could be found at most drugstores or beauty supply stores. I haven't tried it yet, but it's also supposed to help prevent itchiness when the hair grows back.
Jan 05, 2008 @ 10:39 am
Dairinn

Tendskin

It is good but it dries out your skin from the high alcohol content. I just use it if I get ingrown hairs, otherwise I don't use it as a preventive. (I lalso got LHR so no more bikini ingrowns. Yay!) I probably wouldn't use it right after waxing either as it will sting your freshly irritated skin.
Jan 05, 2008 @ 12:28 pm
go_extreme

Skin Source

This is a Dermal Restoration Gel and a Canandian product.

Skin Source is for the irritations associated with waxing, razor bumps, razor burn and ingrown hairs.

Drop me a line if you want to know where to buy it.

Jan 06, 2008 @ 01:37 pm

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