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FutureStarrWhat is a Brazilian wax
Well, let’s see . . . it can also be called a vertical bikini wax, bikini wax, brazilian men and women’s bikini wax. All 30 minutes long, and a little over $100.On the other hand, a Brazilian wax removes all of the hair from your bikini area. Every strand of hair from the side, front, top, and back are removed. However, you do have the option of leaving a small strip of hair. Think of it as the next step up from the traditional bikini wax. If you prefer your bikini area to be completely bare, a Brazilian wax may be your perfect match.
As much as we would like to avoid painful beauty treatments, a Brazilian wax—the hair removal method that involves removing all of the hair from your bikini area by using wax—is one we can’t seem to part with. Because shaving can cause ingrown hairs and irritation, it’s easy to see why some people prefer a bikini wax or choose to skip hair removal down there altogether. But really, the more you know—and the more Brazilian wax tips you have in your back pocket—the less intimidating waxing in that sensitive area will be. To get you ready for your first Brazilian, we’re giving you the lowdown on what you need to know before your session.While you may want to save a few bucks and take care of hair removal all on your own, or perhaps COVID forced you to figure out your beauty maintenance regimen at home, we’d advise against DIYing a Brazilian wax whenever possible. For starters, you likely don’t have the expertise, knowledge, and resources that professionals have. Not to mention, you may not be able to wax hard to reach areas all on your own. Keep it simple and rely on a licensed professional to get the job done to avoid causing yourself any injury, pain or reactions. The cost of getting a professional wax will different from region to region and facility to facility, but if you want incredibly smooth skin with minimal irritation, you might be able to justify the cost.
While we all love to feel how soft and smooth our skin is post-wax, you’ll want to keep your hands above your waist. Since your hands are regularly exposed to dirt, oil, and bacteria, it’s best to steer clear of the area to avoid transferring bacteria down there. After all, it’s not worth having to tackle irritation as a result. Also, make sure not to hit the beach and expose your bikini area to the sun right after waxing as the skin will be sensitive. To play it safe, wait around 24 hours before sun exposure. But like some other beauty treatments, this one comes at a price. Beyond paying upwards of $75 for the service, you can also expect to experience some physical pain, depending on your skin's sensitivity and the type of wax used [source: Bouchez]. The technique was actually almost banned in some areas, because some women have been seriously hurt during the waxing process [source: MSNBC]. A wrong swipe of wax in such a delicate area can turn into an emergency visit to your gynecologist, or worse. But that doesn't happen in every case. If you're thinking about giving Brazilian waxing a try, take a look at the facts about the process and learn how to protect yourself, and you'll be well on your way to being safely hair free. (Source: health.howstuffworks.com)