10 Dos and Don’ts of a Brazilian Wax

Apr 16, 2016

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As women, we can survive any pain and suffering. We give birth to kids. We do hard work. We experiment with our bodies. We survive the red weeks. Many women even opt for vagina reconstructions to look gorgeous in bikinis and leggings. The Brazilian wax is another suffering that many girls have to handle. Since you can’t do it at home, a Brazilian wax is really a luxury. It’s expensive, painful, and a bit shameful or awkward, so why do we choose it instead of razors?

It’s not for men. It’s just for us. Brazilian waxing can make you feel confident and comfortable. It lasts longer and causes less stress and trouble. However, a Brazilian wax is a real disaster for women with very sensitive skin. It may cause your skin to burn, itch, and bleed, and you may end up spending a few days in your bed. I don’t want to scare you, it’s just a little warning. These skin reactions typically occur when you do the Brazilian wax at home or when it’s carried out by an inexperienced waxer. Professionals usually do their job pretty well. Before lying down on the waxing table, ensure you really need it.

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One of the biggest advantages of a Brazilian wax is the opportunity to choose the option you want. Many types of Brazilian wax are used for hair removal. The beautician will most likely choose a softer wax for softer hair and a harder one for stronger hair. So if you don’t want to feel like a child down there, you can choose any type of Brazilian wax you wish.

You can ask your waxer to create a triangle shape or leave a strip of hair or pick another shape – it’s up to you. If a waxer tells you that there are no options when it comes to Brazilian waxing, chances are they are not professionals.

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