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The world of hair removal can be confusing. There is an endless amount of removal methods, with new techniques appearing on our social media feed every day. Certain methods are better for removal hair in some areas compared to others. We have rounded up the top hair removal methods into a handy guide to help you find your way. We’ll weigh up the pros and cons, and show you which method is best for your different hair removal needs.

1. Bleaching

You can bleach your hair to remove its colour, and this method can be used on almost any part of your body. Bleaching isn’t suitable for your bikini line, but it can be used on smaller surface areas like your arm. It is possible to bleach your hair at home, and the solution shouldn’t be allowed to sit on your skin for any longer than ten minutes. Bleaching your hair will last for about two weeks, although this will depend on how your hair follicles react to the solution. This method of hair removal might not be for you if you’re not prepared for the regular upkeep.

2. Shaving

The most traditional and convenient method of hair removal is shaving. You can remove unwanted hair yourself in the shower and it is a relatively quick method. This method is best for your legs and underarms depending on how your skin reacts to a razor. The main drawback of shaving is that it’s easy to cut your skin and you need to properly lubricate with a shaving gel or foam to prevent bumps and ingrown hairs.

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3. Laser Hair Removal

The laser hair removal treatment is one of the longest-lasting methods. If you’re a bride preparing for your big day, or suffer from dark unwanted hair, then laser hair removal is the perfect investment for you. Laser hair removal targets unwanted hair and damages the follicles by using heat to prevent them from growing again. It can be used anywhere on your body and is ideal for smaller areas as it requires multiple treatments to fully prevent your hair from regrowing again. It is always best to have laser hair removal carried out by a trained professional, to prevent your skin from being burnt by the laser.


4. Waxing

This is one of the most common forms of hair removal around your eyebrows and for facial hair. Warm wax is applied to the area of unwanted hair and is then pulled off your skin in the opposite direction to remove the hair. As the wax is heated, your hair can be removed directly from the root, meaning it will take longer to grow back. If you have ever had a wax, you’ll know how uncomfortable they can be. After waxing, you must exfoliate your skin to remove dead skin cells and prevent any ingrown hairs from forming. Waxing is also safe for your bikini area, and can typically last for up to four weeks.


5. Epilate

An epilate is a device you might find in the vanity of your aunt or mother. This hair removal method gets a mixed reaction in the beauty industry as it is known to be fairly painful. If you’re prepared to stick to it, the pain does become more tolerable over time. An epilate contains mechanically-operated tweezers which pluck the hairs from the root which makes the re-growth come back thinner each time. You can use an epilating device at home, either on wet or dry hair. It typically takes four weeks for your hair to regrow, meaning that there is less maintenance involved with epilation than other methods such as shaving.

Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.

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