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    Bleach, Tweeze or Thread??



    Bleach, tweeze or thread- what's the best way to get you to hair-free town?? Here gives you the lowdown on which is the safest and most effective alternative for you when it comes to female facial hair grooming. Read on here..

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    Re: Bleach, Tweeze or Thread??





    Grooming Eyebrows


    A lot of salons here offer eyebrow-waxing as a popular service, but we think we have got it right with the threading technique.

    Waxing isn't precise when it comes to the right shape you want, plus it can cause redness and irritation - which is something you definitely don't want that close to your eyes.

    Tweezing can be effective, but it involves pulling out every strand individually, which is not only time-consuming but also pretty painful.

    The Verdict:
    Finding yourself a threader extraordinaire to visit every month is ideal when it comes to maintaining your brows.
    Not only will it never irritate even the most sensitive skin, it is a quick and (relatively) painless process that can result in perfectly arched brows!

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    Re: Bleach, Tweeze or Thread??


    Upper Lip Growth

    There are few things that can make a girl as self-conscious as the realization that the little hair above her lip is visible to other people - oh, the horror!

    Waxing is an option, yes, but again it's best to avoid it if you've got sensitive skin. Plus, waxing can reduce the elasticity of your skin, which can later lead to wrinkles. So, no, thank you!

    You can try bleach, but it doesn't really get rid of the hair, it just lightens its colour, and does nothing to stop the growth.

    When it comes to tweezing, you need to have the patience of Job to pluck out each and every one of those pesky babies.

    The Verdict:
    Threading is the way to go to get rid of that ‘stache the soonest. Plus, once you've been doing it for long enough, it doesn't even feel that painfully unpleasant anymore.

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    Re: Bleach, Tweeze or Thread??


    The Rest of Your Face

    It's normal to have some fuzz on the sides of your face, even for a lady. There are plenty of women who get their faces waxed, but we wouldn't take a chance thanks to those irritating red bumps it causes!

    Plus, not only do we not fancy suffering the pain of having waxing strips being pulled off our face but also losing the firmness of our skin and accelerating wrinkles.

    You can try tweezing if you've only got a small amount of facial hair, otherwise bleaching is the way to go.

    The Verdict:
    Bleaching is a tried and tested option when it comes to facial hair. However, you need to be super careful about not leaving it on for too long as it can lead to irritation.
    Also, try not to venture out into the sun too much for a day or two after to avoid chances of pigmentation.

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    Re: Bleach, Tweeze or Thread??



    Annoying Stray Hairs
    For girls dealing with thyroid, PCOS or other hormonal fluctuations, it's perfectly normal to sprout a few embarrassing hairs on your chin, neck or anywhere else.

    Waxing is a big, unnecessary effort when it comes to just a few strands, and bleach won't latch onto these thick, stubborn strands.

    You can thread them away, but it's important to only thread on those strands as professionals say that threading over the entire area can cause even more to grow!

    The Verdict:
    Tweezing is an ideal option for these stray hairs and can be done at home at your own convenience.
    Plucking them out by the root will that ensure they don't grow back too quickly.

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