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@@calgarybride2015 be careful with the groupon deals, read the fine print and ask a ton of questions before purchase. I found American Laser Skincare at a bridal show last year. Best vendor I've met at a bridal show! 

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I had thought about trying this a while back but totally forgot about it until I came across this thread! lol. Our wedding is not until October 2015 so I feel like I should do a test run seeing as I have never gotten one!

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@cfinkenbine @kcole123 I've never had ANYTHING waxed either! So scared...My stomach turns thinking of it! Have you girls tried it yet? How was it? I think I might start by doing my legs and then arm pits and then lady bits? Any thoughts?

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I am just going in and getting the lady bits down first. Just as well to jump in head first girl...lol.

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@@kcole123 I'm totally terrified... you'll have to let me know how it goes! You sound like you are a wimp like me...haha..so if you make it thru then I should too ...haha!

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I am the biggest wimp you will ever meet. Two things I am terrified of for the wedding.

 

1. Getting a Brazillian/Bikini wax

 

2. Crying like a sap and ruining makeup at the ceremony or before the ceremony or after the ceremony. I cry over everything. I wish there was a pill you could take so I wouldnt' be a sofie. And I must note, I am an ugly cryer and I don't want to see this in pictures. Yup that terrifies me to no end. I think about that I feel sick.


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@@kcole123 ha! I'm a crier too I cry at commercials, Facebook videos... I cry when I'm happy, sad and worst of all mad. It's a given I'm going to bawl

 

 

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@@kcole123 ha! I'm a crier too I cry at commercials, Facebook videos... I cry when I'm happy, sad and worst of all mad. It's a given I'm going to bawl

 

 

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I thought I was the only one that cries when they're mad! Haha people don't understand that reaction at all until I tell them "well I either punch someone or cry, so I choose cry" haha.

 

With that said, I never cried getting my Brazilian done. It's definitely not fun but it honestly takes like 10 minutes and you're out of there. The first time is really awkward too. The first time I got it done I was surprised that it hurt less than I had imagined! I'd say you start with other parts of your body and then move up. If you can handle waxing the hair around your ankles and shins you'll be fine :). I find that's the most painful for me. Also try simple bikini before you go Brazilian to give it a shot and see if you can handle the pain.

 

 

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Hello,,, i think you're very expert with waxing, am i right?

i bought a waxing gel and i dont know how to make it work. i dont have microwave, so i boiled water and put the waxing gel there and i use it, apply it and the paper. but it doesnt work. do you know what's wrong???

Make sure you're applying the wax in the direction of the hair and removing it against the hair. Other than that I'm not sure. Is the wax somewhat runny or is it really hard to apply? If it's painful to apply and doesn't run it might not be hot enough. You don't want it to be liquid either but somewhat of a melted chocolate consistency id say. Good luck!

 

 

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