Managing eyebrows has become a popular trend as more and more fashion models and celebrities are taking better care of them. One of the best ways to manage eyebrows and keep them looking great is to consider waxing. Brooksville residents who have never experienced body wax before might be a little hesitant at first to consider it, but it is not as scary television and movies portray it to be. While removing wax can cause some pain and discomfort for individuals, it is only short lived. Not only is the pain manageable but also the procedure to applying wax and removing it is relatively easy and not as complicated as you might think.
Prepping Eyebrows and Applying Wax
One misconception that someone who has never experienced body wax before might imagine is that the wax come pre-ready to be applied and removed. The wax has to be first heated before it can be applied to anyone which only takes less than a minute. Once the wax is malleable enough to be applied to eyebrows for waxing, Brooksville beauticians will usually clean the eyebrows before applying the wax. It is important that when you apply hot wax that you do not get it on your fingers; most beauticians will use a tongue depressor or popsicle stick to evenly and effectively spread out the hot wax.
Removing Hair and Final Steps
Once the wax is on your eyebrows, it only needs a couple of seconds to cool down and solidify so it can pull out unwanted hair when you pull away the cloth that the wax is attached to. This is normally the only part of waxing that causes discomfort in the participant as the wax is not hot enough to burn you. Unfortunately though, it usually takes many steps to get fully waxed eyebrows but there are techniques to counter redness and swelling. When it comes to waxing, Brooksville beauticians might add lotion or conditioner with vitamin E to reduces swelling and redness in only a couple of minutes.
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