Last time I had my eyebrows waxed the same exact thing happened to me. I don't wax often either. My beautician said she was using a "senisitive skin wax" which she had never used on me before. If this is a different wax than previously used...don't use it again and go back to the original one. If you have been using this same wax all along...you may have just developed a sensitivity to it. You may have to try another type. I had to let the pimples run their course...they haven't come back and this was back in May that it happened.
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