m 19yrs old and want 2 face to be waxed...earliar i've done bleaches n facials but waxing for 1st tym.....is dis safe...ihav normal skin ...is d normal wax can be done on face....n will it increases hairs on d face..???
If its your first time then go to a beauty salon. They know the safest way to perform facial waxing.. And no it will not make hairs grow back more or faster, it will make them less and grow back slower.. After a while of waxing you will notice that not much hair grows back as it originally did... I do my waxing at home once you get the hang of it it's easy. The only risks are burning yourself, or putting wax onto delicate or sensitive damaged skin
Hello I had to friends who wax there face at a salon , one had sensitive skin and the other normal skin . And the next day they started breaking out badly , there's a cream u could use to decrease the hair I'm not sure whats it called u should research it , good luck
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