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#41 LindsayG

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    Posted 14 February 2008 - 01:17 PM

    I am SO glad this thread got started...I've always thought about getting a Brazilian, but was too scared to ask around about the experience!

    I think I might get this done before the wedding...how long before would be ideal? I don't want to get it too close and be irritated, but I also wouldn't want it to start re-growing before the wedding! Any ideas?
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    #42 Agape Gems

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      Posted 14 February 2008 - 01:26 PM

      I'm a wimp! I've never even gotten my eyebrows waxed. If there any other wimps out there, I recommend Nair bikini. It smells like rotten eggs while you have it on, but 5-10 minutes later you are smooth sailing. for me, it lasts about 4-5 days but it's totally painless : )
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      #43 becks

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      Posted 14 February 2008 - 01:39 PM

      I find that the eyebrow and lip do tend to cause little pimples.

      Nothing like that with legs or bikini though.

      Frankly, I use a depilitator on my legs (think epilady, but they are so much better these days), and I swear by it. Yes, it hurts, but there is no regrowth for almost 2 weeks. And I can do it whenever I want, and it doesn't cost me $45 a session. That being said, I can't use it on my bikini. It's not as quick as waxing, and just too OWWIE!

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      #44 sohappy

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        Posted 14 February 2008 - 04:46 PM

        For those that are getting eyebrows waxed, I recommend finding someone who can do it by "string". Once you get your eyebrows/lips done by string you will never go back to wax. I love it.

        The esthetician sp? takes a thin string and pulls the hair. It doesn't hurt and IMO it looks cleaner.

        This process is used by different ethnic groups but its becoming a trend.

        #45 Helen_S81

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          Posted 14 February 2008 - 04:50 PM

          Quote:
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          For those that are getting eyebrows waxed, I recommend finding someone who can do it by "string". Once you get your eyebrows/lips done by string you will never go back to wax. I love it.

          The esthetician sp? takes a thin string and pulls the hair. It doesn't hurt and IMO it looks cleaner.

          This process is used by different ethnic groups but its becoming a trend.
          I believe its called 'threading' at least around here it is. My daughter pays $3 at one of the local Indian beauty shops.

          #46 boscobel

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            Posted 14 February 2008 - 04:53 PM

            so happy - that sounds interesting! Perhaps I will check it out before my wedding, so I dn't have to worry about my few strays and then the blonde ones that might shimmer in pictures.

            #47 sohappy

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              Posted 14 February 2008 - 04:59 PM

              Thanks Helen, it is called threading , I couldn't think of the name for the life of me. $3.00? Thats awesome. I have paid $7 to $12.

              #48 Agape Gems

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                Posted 14 February 2008 - 05:10 PM

                my BF does the threading for her eyebrows, it looks way better than waxing, but she says it hurts more. I guess everyone's pain threshhold is different. Mine is zero!
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                #49 Agape Gems

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                  Posted 14 February 2008 - 05:14 PM

                  my BF does the threading for her eyebrows, it looks way better than waxing, but she says it hurts more. I guess everyone's pain threshhold is different. Mine is zero!
                  See our professional weddings photos http://bestdestinati...om/forum/t21339

                  #50 JennyK

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                    Posted 14 February 2008 - 06:34 PM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by LindsayG
                    I am SO glad this thread got started...I've always thought about getting a Brazilian, but was too scared to ask around about the experience!

                    I think I might get this done before the wedding...how long before would be ideal? I don't want to get it too close and be irritated, but I also wouldn't want it to start re-growing before the wedding! Any ideas?
                    If you do it the week before, you shouldnt have a problem




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