There are other hair removal options out there for facial hair, but none of them seems to win against waxing, which has advantages:
- It lasts from four to up to eight weeks, which is great to save time and effort in grooming. Besides, it won't be necessary to expose your skin to damage from the razor. Regular clients also report less or sparser regrowth as they wax more. The whole face can be evenly smoothed out, which will leave the skin looking brighter and younger.
- It removes hair completely, not like hair bleaching, which only makes it lighter but leaves it all over, looking like a golden fuzz that does not compliment the face, especially when the hair is dark.
- It is the most convenient option for women with a lot of facial hair. Some hormonal conditions like PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) can cause hirsutism (excessive and unwanted hair growth in women), which can be hard to keep up with – some women with this condition even find they have to shave every day but waxing makes hair removal more effective.
Facial waxing can involve two or more areas in the face. The most common areas to wax are the eyebrows, upper lip, and chin. However, a full-face waxing can include the nostrils, ears, cheeks, and even forehead. This treatment is best for people with lots of hair growth who want even results. Full face waxing evens out the complexion and provides a cleaner, sleeker look. The client can combine areas as they wish to get personalized service