sugar waxing?

on Nov 24, 2007 @ 06:02 pm

and another sugar waxing better and why?

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Scents Of Peace
I've heard it's less painful on Nov 27, 2007 @ 12:58 am

. . . .and I plan on giving it a try myself.

I found a recipe last week and was planning on posting it on my website. Let me know if your interested . . .

yes yes,thank u! on Nov 27, 2007 @ 05:32 am

that would be amazing!thanks...

Still hurts, but easier to use on Nov 27, 2007 @ 01:58 pm

I've been waxing in some form or another for 15+ years probably. At home I started using MOOM for underarms and facial hair and it works very well. I have coarse hair, so some hairs do break off and don't always come out with the root.

What I like about sugaring at home is that it is so easy to clean up with just water. And you can reuse the strips - just rinse til the wax is all washed away. Traditional "honee" wax will stick to the bathroom counter forever. sugar wax is supposed to not stick as much to your skin, thereby reducing pain. I guess. It still stings a little. I don't recommend doing your bikini area unless you are experienced and have built up a tolerance to the stinging.

With sugaring you don't have to heat the wax up as much as you do with traditional wax. Just 10 seconds in the microwave is fine. I just did my upper lip the other night and didn't bother even heating it up. Doesn't spread as easily, but convenient for small areas.

A Girls Gotta Spa
I did an interview with a sugaring expert on Dec 14, 2007 @ 10:09 pm

I hope this is allowed--I did an interview with an sugaring expert and gave an overview of the benefits of sugaring versus waxing:

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