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Friday, May 09, 2008

Ouch, the very thought of it makes me cringe! As we rapidly approach bathing suit season (darn I need to shed those hibernation pounds) the “down there” area needs a little extra attention. I must admit I have braved a Brazilian wax, which minus the medieval torcher style pain and uncomfortable revealing spread eagle position, actually had some pretty rewarding and lasting payoffs. I didn’t have to shave for 2 weeks, and I was as smooth as a baby’s (well you know)! So, what do you think, is waxing worth the pain? Do you have any helpful pain fighting tips, tricks, or alternatives? Let’s hear and share your thoughts and secrets… 

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eviltwin wrote:
1) 5/19/2008 8:14:42 AM
Every other time I go to the hair dresser, I have my hair dresser wax my eyebrows. She knows what she is doing so it's quicker and less painful then if I do it myself.
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Jossie wrote:
2) 5/19/2008 8:40:28 AM
yes its definitely worth the pain. i get my legs and eyebrows done in the summer. after the redness goes away its amazing! and plus you don't have to worry about shaving for a while!!
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Sweetness46 wrote:
3) 5/19/2008 9:11:07 AM
Waxing is definitely worth the pain. I've gotten one and although very painful, worth the lasting results. Its a million times better than shaving. They say only your first one is very painful and after that its bearable, I go for my second one next week!
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skyy2000 wrote:
4) 5/19/2008 9:19:59 AM
I admit that I am scared to do a Brazilian wax but a friend of mine recommended shaving using the "Venus" razor and the shaving cream that goes with it. I tried it and I love it. I ususally shave once a week and when the hair grows back it is not itchy and I have removed everything!!! This is just a recommendation for ladies who either 1) Don't think they can tolerate the pain of waxing... and/or 2)Don't think their wallet can tolerate waxing. If you have tried it hit me back and tell me what you think!!
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readergirl wrote:
5) 5/19/2008 9:38:48 AM
I have never waxed but did do the nair thing and that was also a mistake, but i have a friend that uses an epiary device and she says it works and is better than waxing! maybe try that girls
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missgirl wrote:
6) 5/19/2008 10:07:50 AM
I usually pop a few Advil about 30 minutes before I go in for my annual waxing for the summer (it may be bi-annual this year!). They get less and less painful each time. During the rest of the year, I have found that the VEET hair removal product (found at Walmart, Walgreens, etc.) is wonderful! Although the tube says only wear it for 3 minutes, I usually keep my application on for 8-10 minutes. You wipe it away in the shower with a damp washcloth......and Wha-la! Give it a shot!
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Makeuplady wrote:
7) 5/19/2008 10:11:27 AM
Yes, waxing is the way to go - but the first time is definately a killer. The only way to prevent this is to get waxed regularly, every single month! Also, always wax the week after your period, the hormones will make it less painful and the hair will appear to grow back more slowly. Don't wax more than once a month - the hairs won't be long enough and will break off and can give you those red bumps. Exfoliate (gently!) frequently and I use a tea tree oil for several days afterwards for redness and irriation relief. And yes, you can bikini wax yourself!
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PowderPrincess wrote:
8) 5/19/2008 10:19:43 AM
I hate the stubble from shaving "down there" so I think waxing is the way to go. I bikini wax at home and pay for the Brazilian a couple of times a year. Yeah, it hurts, but as several people have said, a couple of Advil and going at the right time of the month helps. The best wax I've found for home use is a Surgi-Wax product that doesn't require muslin strips. It gets stiff and you pull it off directly. The kit comes with a numbing solution, an oil that keeps your skin from sticking to the wax, and a soothing oil to use afterwards.
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cuteful wrote:
9) 5/19/2008 10:39:16 AM
I've never waxed before, I stick with an epilator and shaving occasionally. Epilators just don't give the super smooth results though the results last quite a few days.
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Eva_Marie wrote:
10) 5/19/2008 10:53:00 AM
For those little red bumps, I was told that Visine even takes that red out. :)
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jen2806 wrote:
11) 5/19/2008 11:03:07 AM
Waxing is so worth it! I wax my eyebrows and upper lip once a month. When I first started to it hurt like you can't believe. But now I'm used to it and it's a lot less painful. It's also so nice to not have to worry about plucking except for the occasional wild hair lol. Now, if I had the guts to wax my bikini line, or legs I might. But I'm just to chicken for that!
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ChV wrote:
12) 5/19/2008 11:03:54 AM
I've gotten waxed down under and while yes it it quite painful the rewards are fantastic. Anything that makes less work for me is a life savior. I would recommend it to anyone that will be out and about all summer long!
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mas1mom wrote:
13) 5/19/2008 11:04:30 AM
Wax is a girl's best friend, definately worth the pain ..but have it done professionally. I just can't see myself going 'there' and trying it on my own, no way I shave either. Can't stand the stubble or the torture of itching.
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jg wrote:
14) 5/19/2008 11:06:10 AM
I've never waxed..I guess I'm too afraid since I always hear horror stories, of burns!I usually just use the old traditional method, shaving cream and a good razor! But, I don't want to look like the hairy creature above under this waxing blog either...who knows I might just try it!
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patrossi2004 wrote:
15) 5/19/2008 11:06:12 AM
It's really worth it. You stay hair free alot longer than other methods
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ag43098 wrote:
16) 5/19/2008 11:06:42 AM
I just recently started waxing and I love it. I don't know what took me so long!
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munnay wrote:
17) 5/19/2008 11:06:45 AM
No pain - no gain! it is worth not having to shave everyday.
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Somers wrote:
18) 5/19/2008 11:07:05 AM
It's not really painful, just a little twinge I would say. Definitely worth it, too much hassle doing it yourself.
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wax wrote:
19) 5/19/2008 11:07:22 AM
i've never been waxed but it's definitely worth it from advice i've received from friends and my mother. just make sure you get someone you trust
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littled wrote:
20) 5/19/2008 11:07:23 AM
I have a mine done the professional way.Which makes it less painful for me.
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Kcalcote wrote:
21) 5/19/2008 11:07:41 AM
Not sure if my post with them so I am doing it again. I love getting my eyebrows waxed it is wonderful. I do it everytime I get my hair done. The same lady does it and it is well worth it!
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crazey wrote:
22) 5/19/2008 11:08:13 AM
I've actually never been waxed, but I'm sure it's worth the pain. Hearing how long it lasts, I may have to try it for this summer.
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tweetyj wrote:
23) 5/19/2008 11:08:35 AM
I've never waxed before. I think I'm afraid of the pain associated with the removal of the wax. I typically just shave, and sometimes I use the epilatory (Nair-like) products. It's become easier not to wax with all of the newer products being designed for the more sensitive areas of the body.
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sivan5445 wrote:
24) 5/19/2008 11:08:53 AM
I have waxing! I shaves and sometimes use an epilator, and that works fine for me. For me - it doesn't worth the pain!
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kitkat234 wrote:
25) 5/19/2008 11:09:02 AM
I have my hairdresser do my eyebrows. I would never be able to do it myself & she does a good job!
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Mommy2APickle wrote:
26) 5/19/2008 11:09:43 AM
Oh yes, it is totally worth it!!! The pain doesn't last forever, of course, and not having to shave for 2-3 weeks is awesome!! It leaves more time for other things to do. I usually have my legs and bikini area done, and I just love it!!
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Lynda wrote:
27) 5/19/2008 11:09:49 AM
Its worth the pain!
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wax wrote:
28) 5/19/2008 11:10:07 AM
it's definteily worth the pain. lasts a lot longer than shaving and shaving can itch later
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Mara1983 wrote:
29) 5/19/2008 11:10:33 AM
It is definitaly wprth the pain! I always take an advil about an hour before and that really helps. Its so nice not having to shave for a couple of weeks.
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kb60 wrote:
30) 5/19/2008 11:11:56 AM
Waxing eyebrows is definitely worth the pain and expense. Bikini waxing is not for me...I chose to shave and/or use depilatory cream.
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black hair here wrote:
31) 5/19/2008 11:12:13 AM
Waxing for eyebrows I don't mind but I am not too crazy about waxing in general. I prefer the hands-on method of razors...
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Saming wrote:
32) 5/19/2008 11:12:17 AM
It's all about biting on a towel to cover the pain!
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Minime wrote:
33) 5/19/2008 11:12:51 AM
Yes, totally worth it! Nice smooth legs and good looking eyebrows for a few minutes of pain are priceless. I try to get my mind of waxing thinking of how good I will look while doing the procedure.
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waxing wrote:
34) 5/19/2008 11:12:52 AM
I get waxed at my local salon and let me say the GUY that does my waxing makes it worth all o the pain.
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jillyq wrote:
35) 5/19/2008 11:13:14 AM
I don't wax. Too scared!
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michina wrote:
36) 5/19/2008 11:13:31 AM
painful but worth it. the feel and look is amazing and last so long.
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croc wrote:
37) 5/19/2008 11:13:55 AM
i've never had anypart of my body waxed, but after all these blogs i just might have to try it.
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lyn wrote:
38) 5/19/2008 11:14:03 AM
It is definitely worth it for me!!
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samantha wrote:
39) 5/19/2008 11:14:15 AM
Waxing is definitely worth the "pain." I get it done once every two weeks and I love the smooth look. It's actually not that painful when you think about your boyfriend admiring your sexy legs!
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no waxing wrote:
40) 5/19/2008 11:14:27 AM
No way!! Waxing doesn't work for me. My skin is way too sensitive. I prefer shaving with a shave cream (Like Pure Silk) and mosturizing afterwards.
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black hair here wrote:
41) 5/19/2008 11:14:36 AM
Despite the pain, I do agree that it's worth it.
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gooyey wrote:
42) 5/19/2008 11:14:49 AM
I am still trying to find the perfect solution
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Deb1963 wrote:
43) 5/19/2008 11:15:28 AM
I have my eyebrows done every few weeks, and like other ladies have said, it would be too hard for me to do them myself and get just the right shape like my hairdresser does! Plus, the pain isn't really all that bad.
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deese78 wrote:
44) 5/19/2008 11:15:30 AM
I actually detest waxing but find it's sometimes a necessary evil! I get my hair dresser to wax my eye brows but I do the rest myself. You just cant beat the smoothness you get from waxing compared to shaving with a razor! I wax more int he summer than winter.
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tally08 wrote:
45) 5/19/2008 11:15:57 AM
its definitely worth the pain. Look cute for this summer :)
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Chaniilove wrote:
46) 5/19/2008 11:16:05 AM
I can't handle waxing. My mother was an esthetician when I was in my early teens and always wanted to use my sister and I as guinea pigs...I don't get waxed anymore LOL. I prefer shaving, I tried Nair before but it never worked well for me...I do wan't to try the new kind that stays on while you shower and wipes off with a sponge, seems easier than the old removal methods and if it can stay on while i shower I dont have to spend and extra 15 minutes sitting there waiting for it to do its thing...not sure about that for 'sensitive' areas though :/
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XcolorX wrote:
47) 5/19/2008 11:16:44 AM
Waxing is worth it if there's a special occasion for me to prep. for.
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rumblebear88 wrote:
48) 5/19/2008 11:17:13 AM
I want to say hi and right now I don't have any good comments. Have a great day! :)
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JB wrote:
49) 5/19/2008 11:17:34 AM
I am too chicken to wax!!! I am impressed by anyone who does it!
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imdamom wrote:
50) 5/19/2008 11:17:41 AM
Some people swear by waxing, everything from their eyebrows to the tops of their feet. I, on the other hand, can't stand the thought of intentionally subjecting myself to the pain. I have been fortunate enough to have lighter colored hair and not very thick and unruly so I can get by with old fashioned shaving. I am trying to get up the nerve to try NADS though.
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jazzhands wrote:
51) 5/19/2008 11:17:42 AM
I always use baby oil to get the excess wax off my skin, then wash with a salcylic acid face wash to prevent ingrown hairs after waxing!
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K4 wrote:
52) 5/19/2008 11:17:43 AM
I've waxed my upper lip and eyebrows-it can be painful but I think it lasts longer...I tend to wax more in the summer.
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Trsiat22 wrote:
53) 5/19/2008 11:18:18 AM
I've never been a big of waxing, my skin is very sensitive, so I try to stay away from it, but waxing is great for those who can use it. I stick to the blade! :)
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libby3360 wrote:
54) 5/19/2008 11:18:19 AM
I hate waxing, it hurts too much. tried it once and wouldn't do it again
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~dab wrote:
55) 5/19/2008 11:18:33 AM
I take a double dose of Advil 30 minutes before a treatment, it helps cut down on the discomfort.
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Natalie55 wrote:
56) 5/19/2008 11:18:56 AM
I think this is neat.
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limpstar wrote:
57) 5/19/2008 11:19:28 AM
Waxing is just too painful to endure for a couple weeks. Noxema makes really great mini bikini shavers that can help trim in those hard to reach places.
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michelle33 wrote:
58) 5/19/2008 11:20:14 AM
definitely worth it!!
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emorelli wrote:
59) 5/19/2008 11:20:35 AM
when I get a brazillian wax I find the pain is reduced if I use a pair of hair clippers to minimize the length of the hair, also when getting my eyebrows waxed, I ask the person doing it to rub the area after they remove the paper.
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no way wrote:
60) 5/19/2008 11:20:37 AM
I am one of the sensitive ladies and I shy away from waxing as much as possible, but I do like waxing my eyebrows since the pain is quick.
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Cindylou wrote:
61) 5/19/2008 11:20:49 AM
It is worth the pain..but I wish it didn't hurt so bad. I use Nair in between waxings.
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Katie wrote:
62) 5/19/2008 11:21:20 AM
I use ice after I tweeze, if it really hurts... my eyebrows that is. I cant say I've ever had *down there* done.
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Chaniilove wrote:
63) 5/19/2008 11:20:53 AM
I can't handle waxing. My mother was an esthetician when I was in my early teens and always wanted to use my sister and I as guinea pigs...I don't get waxed anymore LOL. I prefer shaving, I tried Nair before but it never worked well for me...I do wan't to try the new kind that stays on while you shower and wipes off with a sponge, seems easier than the old removal methods and if it can stay on while i shower I dont have to spend and extra 15 minutes sitting there waiting for it to do its thing...not sure about that for 'sensitive' areas though :/
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alc wrote:
64) 5/19/2008 11:21:56 AM
I only shave, waxing is too painful. Instead of shaving cream, I use a moisturizing cream with aloe.
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echo wrote:
65) 5/19/2008 11:22:06 AM
waxing can be soooo painful!
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boobookittyxoxo wrote:
66) 5/19/2008 11:22:38 AM
I'm genuinely afraid to get waxed. I have very sensitive skin and when I got my eyebrows waxed just to try it, they were red and irritated for a few days so I couldn't imagine getting a waxing any other place, if you know what I mean!
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Gia wrote:
67) 5/19/2008 11:22:42 AM
Waxing, a must.
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kimerika wrote:
68) 5/19/2008 11:22:45 AM
you know i've never had a good waxing experience so i prefer to shave but i figure after i lose some more weight and tighten up some skin i'll try it again. i do enjoy that smooth as a babies behind feel. :)
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calicutie wrote:
69) 5/19/2008 11:22:56 AM
Ouch, is definitely in order when it comes to getting a Brazilian wax, however it is so worth it. I too was a little uncomfortable the first time I went and haven't got use to the pain since the first time. It last for well over a month and drives the hubby crazy so I keep going back.
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Donny wrote:
70) 5/19/2008 11:24:24 AM
I leave this to the professionals. I don't want to do it at home.
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ilol wrote:
71) 5/19/2008 11:24:25 AM
It's painful but definitely worth the trouble.
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worth the pain wrote:
72) 5/19/2008 11:25:20 AM
Waxing is painful, but not without benefits.
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Melissaface wrote:
73) 5/19/2008 11:25:28 AM
I've never tried waxing. It's probably worth it but I dont have the extra money to do it. Maybe one day I will give it a try.
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smith wrote:
74) 5/19/2008 11:25:58 AM
I hate waxing!!
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ML wrote:
75) 5/19/2008 11:26:27 AM
I tried wax only one time and that felt great
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lor wrote:
76) 5/19/2008 11:26:28 AM
The pain only lasts for a few seconds. I only get my eyebrows waxed but it is worth it. It feels like maybe a little bee sting? not too bad
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jbeilman wrote:
77) 5/19/2008 11:26:41 AM
Waxing eyebrows really stinks, but the results are worth it!
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Mandybludolphin wrote:
78) 5/19/2008 11:27:02 AM
I've never tried waxing, i dont like the idea of ripping the hiar out of my leggs, too painful. I am interested in trying the new thing they show on tv, where you rub the stuff on and then just you a wash cloth and wipe it off and the hair is gone.
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abiz wrote:
79) 5/19/2008 11:27:30 AM
I would give it a try, never waxed before!
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phaltukachra wrote:
80) 5/19/2008 11:27:54 AM
I think waxing is fast and effective. Yes its a little painful but then so are the nicks n cuts we get when we shave.and waxing gives a smooth skin for longer time. I love it
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bagamunda wrote:
81) 5/19/2008 11:28:04 AM
It is definitely worth the pain. But will only go through that pain (you know what i mean) by season, like during summer not all year round.
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Nope wrote:
82) 5/19/2008 11:28:08 AM
Hmm...I opt for waxing in special circumstances, but prefer the traditional method of shaving whenever possible.
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lilsmemaw wrote:
83) 5/19/2008 11:28:13 AM
It's definitely worth waxing Saves so much time and the pain isn't that bad.
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SassyBarb wrote:
84) 5/19/2008 11:28:16 AM
In the summer I shave early in the morning. It seems to cut down on irritation.
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Julez wrote:
85) 5/19/2008 11:28:26 AM
I get my eyebrows and legs waxed and it's definately worth the pain. I am good for several weeks on both and it leaves my skin feeling smooth!
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simona112 wrote:
86) 5/19/2008 11:29:01 AM
Yes, waxing is the way to go !!!!
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LadyAlexis}Pretty Lady wrote:
87) 5/19/2008 11:29:52 AM
I have my eyebrows waxed every 2 weeks when I visit the nailery. It doesn't hurt, but it takes forever, The man that does it acts like an artist, he gets everyhair, and does them just right. I love it!!!
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kat12 wrote:
88) 5/19/2008 11:29:53 AM
Go for it! The pain only lasts a bit and the results are awesome. Waxing is good
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Moco wrote:
89) 5/19/2008 11:30:03 AM
I think it depends on what you are waxing. I like to get my eyebrows waxed professionally every couple of months to keep them clean but then I tweeze them the rest of the time. I tried waxing my bikini line myself once and it was so painful! I'm too embarassed to have someone else wax my bikini!
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panshelbaby wrote:
90) 5/19/2008 11:30:15 AM
Waxing is painful but I heard that threading works better.
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Chipotle wrote:
91) 5/19/2008 11:30:31 AM
Yes it is painful, but just think of what will you get after the pain's gone... It definitely is worth it. Just give it a try, and you won't regret :)
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katierysz wrote:
92) 5/19/2008 11:30:39 AM
I'm not a big fan of waxing because I hate pain, but it definitely works!
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Elfen wrote:
93) 5/19/2008 11:31:08 AM
I definitely prefer waxing over shaving. Less hassle, less irritation. I have it done at a salon, as the home wax kits never seems to work well.
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blshipmm wrote:
94) 5/19/2008 11:31:12 AM
I think it is most definitely worth it to wax. Makes you look and feel better
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Nicole5446 wrote:
95) 5/19/2008 11:32:01 AM
Ouch! I don't think the removal of hair is worth the extra pain of waxing. I've had plenty of luck with shaving and plucking. In fact, waxing my eyebrows makes me break out, and I have better luck with plucking. I have wanted to try sugaring because I hear it is less painful, but the cost is prohibitive. I guess shaving is alright for me for now!!!
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S.B. wrote:
96) 5/19/2008 11:32:09 AM
Not worth the pain. I'd rather shave!
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cookie221 wrote:
97) 5/19/2008 11:32:16 AM
I get my eyebrows waxed, but YIKES! Can't imagine waxing other areas!!!
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evae wrote:
98) 5/19/2008 11:33:24 AM
Definately worth the pain.....the results are so much better than shaving
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Aerith75 wrote:
99) 5/19/2008 11:34:28 AM
I always prefer to go to salon to wax my eyebrows because I can't really do it myself and using tweezer is really painful.
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Iagirl wrote:
100) 5/19/2008 11:35:33 AM
Yes it's worth the pain because I'm so busy it helps that I don't have to shave so often. I always take Advil before I go get it done and I put Aloe Vera gel on as soon as I get home. This really helps the pain!
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riks wrote:
101) 5/19/2008 11:36:29 AM
best place for beauty treatment
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riks wrote:
102) 5/19/2008 11:37:28 AM
its worth the pain cos it makes skin very smooth and fair
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Pat wrote:
103) 5/19/2008 11:45:14 AM
I think waxing is worth the pain. It's better than shaving and then having to deal with coarse hair, more hair and it does not even last that long. When I wax, I can usually go totally smooth for over 2-3 weeks and only get fine hair.
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Where to find Brazilian Wax? wrote:
104) 5/19/2008 11:48:09 AM
I have always wanted to get a Brazilian wax, but I've never heard of anyone in my area that does it. I have looked online and did a search in my area, but I have yet to find anyone that does it.. or at least has it listed online. Is there any way I can find someone in my area that does this? Thanks!
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Pat wrote:
105) 5/19/2008 11:48:11 AM
Waxing is so totally worth it. It lasts and the hair don't get coarse. I prefer it to shaving which damages my skin and makes my hair come out thicker and coarser.
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girlfriend wrote:
106) 5/19/2008 11:49:57 AM
Waxing is well worth it. I use a razor to keep clean after the initial waxing.
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dmommy wrote:
107) 5/19/2008 11:52:16 AM
I usually just do it myself at home! It is so much cheaper. Sometimes it is nice to pamper yourself though!
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kathader76 wrote:
108) 5/19/2008 11:52:54 AM
I have to say: waxing is worth the pain. think about it: when you shave, starting right away it's itchy and scratchy and awful. waxing, it's painful for about 20 minutes, maybe a little sore the rest of the day, and then you're straight for 6 weeks! totally worth it to me. take 2 advil every 4 hours during the day before you get waxed (i usually have appointments after work, so i'll start when i wake up that morning)--it really helps with the pain and inflamation.
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runthatgame53 wrote:
109) 5/19/2008 11:54:27 AM
I love my brazilians. I take an IB profen an hour before hand, which helps with inflammation. I make sure to focus on talking and then I don't pay attention to the process. Waxing is also supposed to be least painful a week after your period. Make sure to exfoliate about 24 hours after having it done to prevent ingrowns.
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madonnap wrote:
110) 5/19/2008 12:05:51 PM
Waxing is worth it. Always looks good.
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bo6899 wrote:
111) 5/19/2008 12:14:14 PM
it is a good product to use my kids love it
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wiccabird wrote:
112) 5/19/2008 12:19:08 PM
I have never been real fond of waxing, I always shave but that has it's own problems. I don't think it's worth the pain unless you have a totally out of control situation "down there" all the alternatives have their own problems, I don't think there is a good solution.
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o0dollface0o wrote:
113) 5/19/2008 12:19:21 PM
im a cosmetology student a i havnt been brave enough for one so im watching this thread to see if anyone has pain reducing ideas:) One time our aestheics leader was giving a bikini wax and the girl kicked her in the face saying oops it tickled!
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debbadoo wrote:
114) 5/19/2008 12:24:52 PM
I found that if you clean the area really good with Band-Aid antiseptic cleaning will numb the area a little...therefore, reducing the pain. It works for me. I also use my Tweeze for small touch-up jobs instead of hurts a lot less, with a lot less mess!!! You could also use the spray on Bactrim to help numb the area if you aren't sensitive to it. Just make sure to clean and use something like "Bikini Zone" afterwards to keep away any rashes!
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innocent wrote:
115) 5/19/2008 12:39:38 PM
I get my legs and arms waxed about every 4-6 weeks,though its bit painful but I reallly love the long lasting results.
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blueyedgrlchas wrote:
116) 5/19/2008 12:54:56 PM
I have never experienced waxing, although i have really been wanting to have it done. All of these comments are very helpful in my decision to have it done! Thanks!
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mieek wrote:
117) 5/19/2008 1:03:30 PM
If you can go with a friend. It will take your mind off of the discomfort. I notice that at home , when I am plucking my eyebrows in between waxing, that it is less painful if I do it when I come from the bath or shower. After a body wax, I like to use aloe vera, to help with skin irritation.
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foreveryoung1747 wrote:
118) 5/19/2008 1:13:03 PM
i dont wax it hurts way to much
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iGirly wrote:
119) 5/19/2008 1:21:54 PM
Waxing isn't as scary as everyone seems to think it is. I'm an esthetician and my clients are always pleasantly suprised to find that it's not as bad as they expected it to be. If you can find a good esti, you'll be thrilled with the results and it won't be very painful. The pain only lasts for a second if done properly. Remember to exfoliate to prevent ingrown hairs and, for best results, get it done every 4 weeks. After a few visits, you'll barely notice the pain and you'll wonder why you ever shaved or used Nair-like products.
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cleo70 wrote:
120) 5/19/2008 1:34:40 PM
I wax my own eyebrows.
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cleo70 wrote:
121) 5/19/2008 1:41:58 PM
I wax my own eyebrows.
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maryidamaryida wrote:
122) 5/19/2008 2:05:28 PM
Brazilian wax is NOT as bad as it seems. I wax myself and it takes less than an hour. I notice by using satin smooth residue remover before you place the wax on, helps ease the pain a whole lot. Men enjoy it and so will you. It's much cleaner and easier to maintain. You only need to wax every 3-4 months. It is well worth it, trust me.
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Ric wrote:
123) 5/19/2008 3:15:11 PM
Hair can be bad anywhere but on the scalp...thank goodness for all the new products
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scc76 wrote:
124) 5/19/2008 3:29:30 PM
Funny you should ask about waxing! I just used the Nads wax strips for the first time last week. If you like extreme torture, hey, this is for you! I have also done the regular waxing one time, years ago. Yup, that was it, one time. I may be dumb, but I am not stupid! haha! I tried waxing my eyebrows that time. It hurt so bad, I was crying by the time I got halfway throught the first eyebrow! I think wax is like torture. Guess I will stick to shaving! thanks!
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SaintPauliGirl wrote:
125) 5/19/2008 5:12:39 PM
I've done the Brazilian, it's really not that bad. My issue with it is that you have to let the hair grow out in order to go for your next waxing, which can be unsightly in the middle of bathing suit season! Do laser removal if you can afford it!
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NVthisQT wrote:
126) 5/19/2008 7:36:29 PM
I wax using surgi wax it gets hard and you pull it off it's a little painful but not that bad.
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EasyLuckyFree wrote:
127) 5/20/2008 4:11:31 AM
I usually shave.. but waxing is fun. Pain is fun? Yeah, I'm a bit strange there =] Um, laser hair removal will conquer the market someday, as it becomes more affordable.
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jel77 wrote:
128) 5/20/2008 7:58:15 AM
I'm tried the waxing at home, but its a completely diffent experience then having it done by a professional. They know how to do it quickly and easily and minimum amount of pain inflicted. If you want to was get it done by a professional.
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G wrote:
129) 5/20/2008 8:39:24 AM
I started lazer sessions and so far i had wonderful results...i had 5 sessions for underarms and since then there is no sign of hair...also i did one session for bikini and the hair got reduced dramatucally from the first session...
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CLARI wrote:
130) 5/20/2008 10:46:49 AM
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missy2008 wrote:
131) 5/20/2008 11:11:26 AM
I have two tips: don't wax the week before your period as it could be a little more sensitive down there at that time. Also, take a couple of ibuprofen prior to your appointment... that helps reduce the sting a bit.
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Sharona wrote:
132) 5/19/2008 5:47:19 PM
I really like a shaving cream called coochie cream and it's mostly found at sex shops and the such websites. It goes on and when you shave it prevents cuts and it reduces all pain because of a minor numbing agent. It also has moisturizers, so once you shave you don't get all dry. It's rather pricy, but it is definitely worth it because a tube will last about 6-9months, depending on usage.
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Chan wrote:
133) 5/19/2008 8:06:21 PM
Hello. I recently encountered an allergic reaction to a very expensive brand name lipgloss. My lips broke out with fine bumps and begin to peel reall bad. After I tried to treat it with over the counter products my lips turned dark! And they remained Dark for several weeks. Well I read somewhere that exfoliating your lip with your toothbrush works, and then after you exfoliate to put lemon juice on your lips followed by your favorite lip balm or moisturizer. Well I did that, mixed with prayer, and it worked! lol. I was so excited to have my lips back. It only took this happening to me twice before I realized our lips are very delicate assets, so we should be careful and take care of them!
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Chan wrote:
134) 5/19/2008 8:10:34 PM
Boy don't I feel foolish? Please excuse the above post. I didn't realize we were strictly talking about waxing. Maybe they can move it to another location on the blog??(lol) This is still helpful information! As for waxing, I have no helful tips other than, make sure the wax is not to hot, I literarly melted my skin off to the white.(not pretty) I've waxed just about everything with the exception of my bikini area. I am too chicken. I heard it is the worst possible pain.
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SS wrote:
135) 5/20/2008 1:43:43 AM
I got a brazilian last year and it hurt, a lot! When I got in the room, she thought I was doing an eyebrow wax. After the whole stuttering and hand gestures (basically charades because she couldnt understand what I wanted), she understood that i wanted a wax down there. HOW embarrassing because I had to explain what I wanted to get to the GUY receptionist of the spa too. URG. I agree, the spread eagle position was so awkward. Even though it was probably the most awkward thing ever, it PAYS OFF!! Like a babys bottom for like a month!! WOW!! great results. I haven't done it since then because I'v been lazy, but I definitely will before summer starts :)
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norawuzhere wrote:
136) 5/20/2008 7:12:46 AM
i like waxing my eyebrows at aveda salons. the wax they use is really nice, and my eyebrows don't get that annoying red/flakey look afterwards. at one time, i had gotten my brows waxed, and went to a party immediately afterwards. i was red-free and feeling fine! but a nastier experience was when i was experimenting with a different salon, and i needed my brows waxed. so the dresser did it, but the wax she used was heated up in the microwave - my brows became scaley, red, and peeled like all heck.
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kirstsings4jzuz wrote:
137) 5/20/2008 1:33:29 PM
Naturally, I have HUGE eyebrows! But, I cannot afford to have them waxed regularly. My solution: Get your eyebrows waxed every couple of months at your local nail salon (usually around $12) so that they keep a good shape. After that, pluck your eyebrows every couple of days keeping with the mold that the waxing created. Works every time!
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spz wrote:
138) 5/20/2008 4:01:28 PM
Brazilian is the way to go...definitely worth the 5 minutes of pain, if you have a the best waxing specialist ever, like mine. Here's a tip: take 2 ibuprofen aka Advil, atleast 1 hour before to take the edge off. It gets easier to bear w/ each visit.
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rcpm wrote:
139) 5/20/2008 4:55:55 PM
Oh yes..gimme salty or gimme sweet..and im one satisfyed chick....i know that when im having a bad day, and i eat something comforting like ice creme or something chocolaty..nothing can ruin my day after that!!
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cathymc wrote:
140) 5/20/2008 8:01:31 PM
I know that those epilady's seem painful but they're AWESOME. For about $25 you can yank all those pesky hairs out. It is painful at first, but the hairs get thinner after you do it a couple of times and before you know it you don't feel anything at all..
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Lipglosslover wrote:
141) 5/20/2008 8:04:52 PM
The only area I have waxed really are my legs. I have seriously thought about "down under" but have chickened out. She's shaven only. I think I may cripple myself if I were to wax my girl.
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peach wrote:
142) 5/20/2008 8:08:58 PM
yes, of course its worth it! Personally i think that it takes way to much time to shave just because it's going to come back in like i don't know 2 days! Its the worst!So yes it is def. worth it
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Miss Print wrote:
143) 5/21/2008 12:26:21 PM
"missgirl wrote: During the rest of the year, I have found that the VEET hair removal product is wonderful! Although the tube says only wear it for 3 minutes, I usually keep my application on for 8-10 minutes." Though using Veet maybe ok for bikini waxing DO NOT try to brazilian wax yourself with Veet! Your skin down by your va-jay-jay is thinner and will burn if you use a chemical depilatory. Waxing is definitely the way to go if you want to take off all the hair down there. Your hair grows back softer then if you shave. Take an ibuprofrin 30-40 before waxing or use a numbing spray like GiGi Anesthetic Numbing Spray before you wax for the pain.
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Leens wrote:
144) 5/21/2008 12:39:17 PM
Waxing is painfull and it doesn't last more then 4 weeks at most :( If you add up the cost of waxing for a year you can easily get laser hair removal for that amount and it lasts a life time with a few touch every 4 years or so.
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Lynni_Poo wrote:
145) 5/21/2008 1:20:04 PM
I hoestly this is worth braving the pain but finding a place i trust that is sanitary is not worth it. Thats the only thing that truly scares me.
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NDRJR wrote:
146) 5/21/2008 1:33:18 PM
Brazilian is definitely worth it. No ingrown hairs, no "5 o'clock" shadow...When I shave the hair grows so fast!! The only problem with waxing is the wait time for the hair to get long enough to wax. It is definitely hard to find a likable waxer that isn't too expensive. My first was $100 at a high end spa. Right before my wedding I found a smaller spa, closer to home, that did it for $50. Well - bad idea!! The girl didn't seem to know what she was doing. She used a wax that hardens and rips off. I still have ingrown hair scars from that. I found a place for $65 that does an excellent job! Just hating waiting (for almost two weeks...) - I look like that ape up there!!
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shelldo wrote:
147) 6/2/2008 9:30:08 PM
even though i've never waxed before people tell me i should try it out for a few different reasons. 1. it allows hair to grow in healthier 2. it doesnt let hair grow back as fast 3. leaves a cleaner cut appearence that tweezing or shaving
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lund5577 wrote:
148) 6/3/2008 5:35:26 PM
i do have to say it is a lot easier doing it your self. Its less money and you get used to it after a while
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Ms. Pookie wrote:
149) 6/4/2008 3:52:24 PM
Yes and no is my answer. For the reason of having smooth skin, I am all for waxing. When it comes to the pain factor I say no. It felt like someone was pulling my hair one by one. Between waxing and shaving, neither. I think the creams are better like veet.
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faith143 wrote:
150) 7/8/2008 2:37:57 PM
i want to get a brazilian but am scared 2 lol but i might go in 2 weeks`
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Racher wrote:
151) 7/10/2008 2:52:10 PM
torture, not torcher
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kxoxo wrote:
152) 7/15/2008 6:43:01 PM
I believe that waxing is def. worth it even thought it hurts u end up looking FABULOS :)
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rhea wrote:
153) 7/20/2008 8:52:40 AM
Taking a little aspirin half hour before is a saviour x
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GG wrote:
154) 5/21/2008 2:44:41 PM
I got a Brazilian wax before a trip to Mexico, and honestly it wasn't as bad as I thought it was going to be. People warned me but other than being sensitive I was fine. It's definitely the way to go if you're too busy to shave all the time because it takes a lot longer to grow back. But I use Personal Care Hair Remover Cream, it moisturizes it's enriched with aloe and it only takes 5 minutes. No cuts, no razor burn, and it takes a few days to grow back & not all stubbly either. I love it, you can either wipe it off or put it on before you take a shower. The best thing is you don't have to moisturize your legs (or the unmentionables) :) because it leaves your skin feeling so soft. Actually, no the best thing is you can find it at the Dollar Store, and you get a huge 5 oz bottle. The stuff really works try it!
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wirerose wrote:
155) 5/21/2008 2:47:40 PM
I'm too scared to brave a Brazilian so I can't speak to that area, but I'm a recent convert to underarm waxing! It's AMAZING how well it works and how long it lasts...and at least after the first painful (bleeding :) encounter, it DOES get better! The skin toughens up and you get more used to it after a few sessions. I have very sensitive skin so I put a bit of baby powder and light lotion on right after the waxing (NO deodorant for at least the rest of the day) and find that my skin's usually back to normal by the next day or two. I have heard that aloe vera gel can soothe waxed areas, and the azulene oil that comes with most home waxing kits also does a pretty good job of numbing. Good luck! :)
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Emelle wrote:
156) 5/21/2008 3:22:27 PM
I suppose that it is worth the pain, once you get past the redness.
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teriaidella wrote:
157) 5/21/2008 4:15:43 PM
alas, the painful season of waxing has bestoed it's lovely face upon us all. The even more painful truth about waxing, past the pain itself is that there is near nothing that you can really do to go beyond it at all. Though I will say there is a little trick that you could apply before hand to ease your stresses. It's called anal ease from slumber parties, you can find it at Just apply to your lady areas and presto! an easier and less painful wax, more than just trying to concentrate elsewhere, there is an actual product that will put matter over mind.
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Clogger wrote:
158) 5/21/2008 7:13:06 PM
Ouch, I would never wax "down there"! Just not gonna do it. But I do regularly get rid of my mustache. Women don't need them. And I pluck my eyebrows, saves money on wax.
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baseballmom wrote:
159) 5/21/2008 7:52:53 PM
Waxing is VERY worth the pain!! Actually, if you get the waxing done on a regular bases it becomes less painful!!! I, on the other hand have never done a full Brazilian wax, but I have done bikini wax!!
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Bin wrote:
160) 5/22/2008 3:50:23 PM
before going in to get any waxing done, I don't have any caffeine and take Advil the full 24 hours before. Makes the torture much more tolerable.
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Ames wrote:
161) 5/23/2008 1:58:56 PM
definitely worth it. my best friend waxes her legs in the beginning of the summer and has converted me to the dark side. i cant wait to do it this summer - its supposed to be absolutely fabulous.
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DANGEL wrote:
162) 5/23/2008 11:47:34 PM
I have never got a Brazilian wax - to afraid - I have though gotten a bikini wax which is not as painful as the Brazilian. I also always get my eyebrows waxed. I find that waxing is more beneficial especially if your hair grows fast.
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Mia wrote:
163) 5/24/2008 6:37:00 AM
I absolutely hate the idea of waxing down there. Not that I'm afraid - I've been waxing my eyebrows for 12 years, but I *HATE* the idea of letting it grow long enough to be waxed. So until they can wax hair out of a fresh shave I'll deal with the occasional razor bumps. Shaving at least once a day is CRUCIAL.
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fraidycat wrote:
164) 5/24/2008 11:01:38 AM
I was born in the 70's and through my years of sexual realization waxing was not anything like it is today. Maybe you would get your bikini line waxed but that was about it. I did a home waxing job about three years ago (hence home waxing preceeded by a bottle of wine) It was so painful I remember that more than I do giving birth. So hats off to all those that can grin and "bare" it!!!
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Do it yourselfer wrote:
165) 5/24/2008 6:23:22 PM
I would love to wax my own parts, but the waxing seems to be more painful. So I have to go to the nail salons or an expensive spa to get it done.
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crowgrl13 wrote:
166) 5/25/2008 2:03:11 AM
Actually, I've never had a Brazilian, but I wax my bikini line at home on my own. It's really not that bad. The trick is to not let the hair get too long or too short. Too long, and you're gonna have some serious pain because there's too much hair for the wax too properly adhere to. Too short and you have just the opposite problem! I also recommend the cold wax strips versus the stuff you heat up. Chances are you're going to be nervous anyway, no point in putting hot wax into the equation! My advice is to try the cold wax strips that are presized for the face. They are small and easy to handle, and not nearly as scary as some four inch strip! Hope this helps! :)
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MissJodi wrote:
167) 5/25/2008 11:11:18 PM
Waxing is sooooooooo worth the pain. My fav is the bikini wax. Waxing is really one of those services that one should be highly trained at. I had found the right person about 10 years ago. She really knew what and how to correctly wax. Randi has moved on and I have been trying new salons looking for my next Randi. Smooth for 3 weeks!! Go for it I say!
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AudiGirl wrote:
168) 5/26/2008 9:07:06 PM
I started just doing my eyebrows 12 years ago, then 5 years ago I started getting brazilians. Now, I dont even own a razor because I get everything waxed. The first time is quite painful, but less hair grows back each time, and the hair that does grow back does so much finer. I used to shave my legs, arms, and bikini area daily. Now I get them waxed once every 3 weeks or so...and honestly, sometimes you can barely see the hair that does grow back. Before you make any decisions about waxing I would try it 3 or 4 times. If you arent noticing less hair, move on to another method.
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newbride wrote:
169) 5/28/2008 5:36:55 PM
waxing down there is SOOOOO worth it! okay so the pain was EXCRUCIATING and my thighs kinda stuck together when i walked for a few hours, but it was JUST what i needed a week before my wedding. it was the first time i had ever done anything like that! if i would ever be crazy enough to consider doing that again,i would never go to someone that i didnt know, thats waayyyy too embarraassing!!! i would rather go through that pain than the embarrassment of your forrst poking out of your underwear.......GROSS!! (not to metion thats HORRIBLE hygiene).
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yeahwhatever! wrote:
170) 5/29/2008 7:35:44 PM
i always wanted to try a brazilian wax, but don't know were to go around my area and what the cheapest place to go.i hate having pubic hair it
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hope_nicole wrote:
171) 5/30/2008 2:19:59 AM
I have wanted to get that done. but im so afraid of the pain... im sure it would definantly be worth it though.
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alicat wrote:
172) 5/30/2008 9:26:33 PM
Its definitely worth the short lived pain. I would only reccomend that you have an esthetician do it and avoid nail salon "spas". These people dont always know what they are doing and potentially miss hair that should be removed. Estheticians are trained in waxing, facials, etc and tend to have some techniques that make your experience less painful.
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eyecandy007 wrote:
173) 6/2/2008 1:31:03 PM
I will say that I was hesitant about waxing in the area but i have to tell you its well worth it, I found a great lady that is reasonalbly priced and is very very quick.. At the most im in the salon about 10 minutes. Also after you get it done and you go home to shower use cold water on that area the redness will go away quickly
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zannifer wrote:
174) 5/28/2008 7:29:21 PM
I personally think waxing down there isn't worth the pain. I've tried shaving, but that leaves me really itchy for days and since scratching in public is too embarrassing, the itching can be a real problem at the beach. I find that the Nair Bikini Cream seems to work well enough for me that I don't need to shave or wax. However, this may not be the case for everyone because it doesn't get all the hairs. If you're looking for the perfectly smooth and hairless feel, waxing is the only way...even if it is painful!
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lasergirl wrote:
175) 5/30/2008 3:12:17 PM
well, I am a licensed esthetician, so I know all about waxing. But now I am a certifed laser hair removal specialist and I will say that I will never wax again! First of all, it is painful (we all know that!0 secound, you have to let the hair grow out enough for it to work properly (gross) third, it is a huge expense when you add up the cost for every appoinment for THE REST OF YOUR LIFE> I highly recommend laser hair removal for anyone who is a good candidate. Check around, do your research. Make sure the person doing the service is certified properly (each state has different laws) make sure you are a good candidate. Laser works best on fair skin and dark hir. Also, be prepared to commit to about a year of treatments around 10-12 weeks apart. MOst people will see excellent results in 4-5 tretaments, but sometimes need touch-ups after. It no longer has to a very exspensive procedure and it;s fast and easy. Plus it's permanent!
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Amigirl wrote:
176) 6/1/2008 4:23:35 AM
First I have to say if it wouldn't be for waxing I wouldn't get all the complements I do on my legs, I also use an epilator from emjoy it's about $100 @ sharperimage, and totally worth it since I've upgrade from waxing I now thread my eyebrows and lip, wax my underarms or use my emjoy which I can't live without! waxing has become too messy, and my new gadget pays for it's self in two months of hair removal since I do my legs, underarms, and bikini. And two Advils 30 min. before I start my tour de hair removal. It's great!
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Daph wrote:
177) 7/15/2008 6:05:33 AM
I hate this endurance test, but I'd rather do it than not. I think anyone sitting across from me at the beach would agree. I know that you should never have it done within 2 weeks of your monthly visitor. You'll be more sensitive. And, always take ibuprofen at least 30 minutes beforehand, so that it'll decrease sensitivity and the swelling when it's finished. I've done this, and it's better than just doing it when the mood strikes.
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CocoK wrote:
178) 7/18/2008 5:15:04 PM
NO IT ISN'T WORTH IT! That is PAINFUL and it is only two weeks!! I would suggest laser hair removal or just good ole fashion shaving!!! Here is a little secret, if you get bad razorburn take a cotton ball with alcohol and wipe over the shaved area when you get out of the shower/bath! It works!! (just be careful not to get alcohol on any other areas, it really really stings!!) Hope this was helpful. xoxo Coco
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cashbox1124 wrote:
179) 7/25/2008 12:29:20 PM
I had been getting a brazilian wax for years and then I finally decided to invest my money in laser hair removal. That was my best decision ever! Although I enjoyed going to my spa to get a wax, my skin was always so irritated and ugly after waxing. With laser hair removal, 20 minutes after it's done, I'm hair free and no skin irritation! It's defintely something to invest your money in!
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DanieLaCalico wrote:
180) 8/13/2008 10:25:51 PM
I definitely support it, the hair doesn't grow back for a while. Though when I had my eyebrows waxed, I involuntarily cried because she waxed over my tear duct.... :D
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joslin wrote:
181) 8/19/2008 7:01:46 PM
i started getting my eyebrows waxed i couple years ago...i doesnt hurt anymore but at first it did...
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TCAS wrote:
182) 10/7/2008 6:11:46 PM
Waxing isn't that painful. I have had my eyebrows waxed before. I was so scared that I started crying but people started to notice me more. Truthfully it was only painful when they put the hot wax on.
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Jess' Blog wrote:
183) 9/28/2009 4:40:01 AM
The only benefit of having flabby thighs? You have to wear board shorts all summer, so no downstairs waxing,
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noonderhairy wrote:
184) 12/10/2009 12:35:32 PM
I love waxing. I've found that when i cant get to the salon that using a mens razor is a good alternative. Since it is designed for facial hair it works well on coarser hair and leaves you less irritated and itchy.
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