Brazilian Bikini Wax!
The techniques most common and known of depilation are to the service of who really wants to get rid of the indispositions hair, offering a wide variety of options and of results. From the old razor blade to the most recent methods, advantages and disadvantages that should be very known exist so that, the final results, be satisfactory and not frustrating.
If it be chosen the razor blade as fast alternative, is very important to have lightness in the hands and delicacy in the moment of waxing, because it is easy to obtain cuts, wounds and a great irritation of the skin.
If the following day wants to continue the game, this method it should not be used, therefore the skin will be more and more irritated and the strongest hair.
If the chosen alternative goes the wax, several options exist, but the same ones are limited to the characteristics of the beard as well as to the specific areas of the body, that is, the closed beard cannot be treated with wax, same hot, because the hair volume would not allow to be started, turning the painful and inefficient process.
The depilation with cold wax is one of the easiest and common, resulting in a homelike alternative. Sophisticated revenues exist and even maid servants, whose result will specifically depend on the characteristics of the area to be waxed as well as of the volume and consistence of the hair.
Of equal it forms that the cold wax, the depilation with hot wax removes the hair for the root, what allows a durability of at least 20 days. But for opening the pores with the heat, the more natural it goes the composition of the wax, best it will be for your health. On the other hand, to be made the depilation, it is necessary to leave the hair to grow, at least, for some time until they acquire the enough size for the removal.
Once chosen the depilation area, disinfect the place with a cotton with alcohol to avoid infection risks. It is indispensable to dry the area before the depilation. Otherwise, the wax won't have the necessary adherence and the hair won't be well removed. Therefore, avoid to use oils or creams moisturizing hours before the depilation. To proceed, heat up in bath-warm the wax until that she is with the approximate temperature of the body. Verify the temperature of the wax in a small area of the skin for not burning. Always apply the wax on the area that will be waxed with a spatula, in sense of the growth of the hair. Let to cool for some seconds, until that hardens a little to always pull of only one time in the sense contrary to the of the growth of the hair. Once concluded the operation, disinfect the waxed area well. The process is a little painful and it should be done by other person to have a good result.
Simple rules to follow and not to be afraid of the Brazilian Wax Method.
Choose a facility carefully. Before you make an appointment, drop by to see how clean the place is, or ask a friend to recommend a salon she trusts. Be sure the cosmetologist or aesthetician you choose is licensed by your state and has received training in Brazilian waxing, says Rosanne Kinley, past president of the National Interstate Council of State Boards of Cosmetology.
Ask about the wax. "Hard wax is best. It's gentler and adheres to the hair, not the skin," Kinley says. "Speed wax, which is soft and sticky, is applied with a roller applicator, and while it's fast and easy, it's more painful and more likely to tear skin." Sugaring, a natural method that's kinder to the skin than waxing, is a good alternative. Look for products that are chemical-free; Shobha ($22, myshobha.com)contains nothing but sugar, water, lemon juice, and glycerin.
Keep an eye on hygiene. Before beginning the process, the practitioner should scrub up or (at least) apply hand sanitizer. Double dipping into the wax is taboo because it introduces bacteria into the pot. "The waxer should have brand-new spatulas available for each swipe to your skin," Kinley says. To prevent burns, she should check the wax's temperature on the inside of her wrist before applying it to your skin. If you don't see the practitioner taking these steps, speak up.
Prevent irritation. For a few days following your wax, apply an over-the-counter topical antibiotic cream and an anti-inflammatory 1 percent hydrocortisone cream to the area, says Bruce Robinson, M.D., an associate clinical professor of dermatology at the Mount SinaiMedicalCenter in New York City. This will ease irritation and help ward off potential infection.
Know the signs of infection. Check yourself with a hand mirror (look for inflamed ingrown hairs, rashes, or raw, open sores or cuts). "See a doctor ASAP if you develop redness or swelling in the area, an itching or burning sensation, peeling of the skin, or a fever," Robinson says.