Hello everybody. Today I am going to talk to you about Brazilian waxing. For those of you who donâ€™t know, a Brazilian wax is removing all of your hair in the pubic area. The difference between a Brazilian wax and a bikini wax, is that a bikini wax will take off everything from the sides of your bikini line, so when you put on your bikinis you will have no hair around the bikini line area.
There is also something called an extended bikini waxing which takes off a little bit more, but you still have a little bit of hair there, like a landing strip. Now, a Brazilian wax is taking off everything, and it also involves taking off everything from the back. And by the back I mean the bum, so all the hair that grows on your bum will be waxed as well.
So, what happens during a Brazilian wax?
I noticed there are a lot of people on the internet, most of them who never got a Brazilian wax before, asking questions about the procedure. What happens in there? Does it hurt? How much does it costs.. Â and so on and so forth.
I have been to a lot of different places and I think I know the drill pretty well. It varies a little bit from location to location but basically here is how it goes.
If you never got a Brazilian wax before, the aesthetician that you will meet at the salon will probably briefly explain the process before she starts. After that you will be asked to remove you clothes from the waist down. Yeah, you will have to get naked for this. The aesthetician usually doesnâ€™t leave the room while you are supposed to undress, so you donâ€™t have to be surprised if she stays in the room preparing the wax or something.
Depending on the location and the person that is doing the procedure you may get a disposable panty that you can use to cover yourself and also to assist the aesthetician doing the waxing. Again this isnâ€™t always happening, some places do it some donâ€™t.
Once you are naked you will be asked to lay on the bed on your stomach and the aesthetician will start waxing off your bum area. This is done using a special type of wax, called hard wax. When using hard wax there is no need to use strips anymore, the aesthetician can just pull of the wax itself. Then, you will be asked to lie on your back so that your front area will be exposed. Usually the waxing begins with the side area and then in goes into the more sensitive areas, like the labia. Around the bikini line and the sides, the aesthetician can use regular wax and a strip to remove the hair instead of hard wax, which is used only for the sensitive areas.
After the waxing is done, any remaining hair will be removed using a tweezers. Be careful though, not all salons do this.
But, will it hurt???
Now, about the pain I can tell you that it didnâ€™t hurt that much for me. You feel a discomfort obviously, but it is not very painful. The pain level might vary from person to person and it pretty much depends on the type of Â hair. For people with thicker, darker hair it is going to be a little bit more painful, while for people with thinner hair it’s usually not that bad. Anyways, in time the discomfort level will decrease as your body gets used to it.
What price should I pay and where to get a Brazilian wax?
Try out different places. I have been to places that charge 40, Iâ€™ve been to places that charge 60, and Iâ€™ve been to places that charge 20. Going to a place that charges more doesnâ€™t necessarily mean that you will get a better service. The cheapest I have found was actually my favorite one, so the price is not directly related to the quality.
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