Even though the beauty industry is constantly coming up with new methods of hair removal, many of us like to stick, pun intended, to classics, in this case, to sugaring waxing. Around for thousands of years, this method of hair removal is one of the oldest out there and to this day, a method preferred by many. With the simplicity behind the process, no wonder it’s so popular. What’s the secret? Let’s take a closer look at sugaring wax.
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What is sugaring hair removal?
Sugaring hair removal is a method of ridding the body of unwanted hair by using a special sugar paste. Warmed paste is applied to the chosen area which is first covered with powder, as to provide distance between the skin and sugar paste. The dried paste is pulled away in the same direction of hair growth.
How to make sugaring wax?
Sugaring is often chosen due to the fact that the paste used during the service is free of chemical additives. Typically, the paste is made only of three ingredients–lemon, sugar, and water. And all you need to do is combine the three, heat them up together, wait for the correct consistency, and there you go. No need for drugstore-bought cosmetics.
How long does sugaring last?
This of course depends on your body’s hair growth cycle. However, typically you can come in for a sugaring wax session every three to four weeks.
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What is eyebrow sugaring?
As sugaring paste can be applied to even very delicate skin, there’s pretty much no body part that can’t undergo this hair removal method. One of the most popular areas to get sugared are the eyebrows. It allows for the removal of multiple hairs at once and from the roots. Additionally, due to the lesser amount of tugging, it’s less painful and less likely to irritate the skin.
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