Be careful or you may end up pulling off the client’s entire eyebrow😂
After reading too many waxing horror stories, Lansley feels it an urgent must to reveal the fact that there are actual wax-it-right tips one can pick up as a total first-timer and, despite the learning curve.
TO BEGIN WITH, DOES WAXING HURT?
Be that as it may, waxing yourself should definitely not be a nightmare. With the whole industry’s bidding to deliver a both enjoyable and efficient hair removal session, you may find it overwhelming to test and choose the one that hits exactly the nail for you.
READY FOR AN AT-HOME DIY?
Now let’s wax!!
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE TWIRL🤣
When making sure you are using a hard wax with the highest quality polymers, rosins and ingredients, the first thing to do is to dip the spatula into the pot and get the amount of wax needed for the target area. Usually we recommend not to pick up a too heavy stroke because you can always come back and go over the place again.
Time to play with the bulb.
This starts from your picking up the wax from the pot: keep twirling and twirling so that the wax doesn’t drip. This would be a good trick to check if the wax is at an applicable condition: too runny may suggest it’s gonna be too hot for the skin. The ideal consistency of the bulb should usually be like thick, liquid honey, or molasses.
FOLLOW HAIR’S GROWING DIRECTION🧐
Once again, when dispensing more wax for a decently thick layer, always follow the direction of your hair. Many would advise to wax first with the hair’s growing direction, then go back over it in the opposite direction. This, however, is proved to be more effective during a cleanup strip. If your first strip does grab most of your hairs, then go for the cleanup, that is, applying wax in the opposite way and boom!! Those little missed hairs just zip away.
If you’re feeling too daunted to start with or things just don’t go right as expected, leave us a message right below or email us firstname.lastname@example.org, we’d be more than happy to share and help.