We understand that hair removal is an intimate experience. The process of determining which method can be daunting. Let us ease your buzzing mind and lay down the facts about waxing and shaving once and for all. We’re going to outline the pros and cons for each hair removal method, and crown a winner.
Once hair removal is finished, It is normal that there are areas of skin still covered inleftover wax. All our waxing kits include a small vial of oil that helps with the cleanup or there are a otherways to safely remove the wax residue using products that you likely have at home.
We’ve simplified brow waxing into 5 easy steps to empower you to shape your own brows at home. It’s now easier than ever to find your natural brow shape and maintain that shape to allow your brows to frame your beautiful face.
Many people struggle with unwanted hair on their chin, cheeks, upper lip, and of course, the brows. The good news is there are a variety of options to help. Here are the top 10 things to know about facial hair removal...
‘Tis the season of mulled wine, sparkly dresses and fairy lights. This year we are spreading our holiday cheers by giving you 8 beauty rules (and some discount codes) that will help you get through December looking good and feeling confident.
Irritation, redness, and bumps are a fear everyone shares about hair removal. Whether shaving, waxing, or using a chemical lotion some sensitivity to hair removal can be normal. With Waxing, it’s normal for the skin to turn a bit pink or even for some spots to appear. This happens with any type of hair removal where the hair is removed from the root. So the same can be true with epilators or even tweezing.