@TinkerSofi, girl. I'm just going to think of you as the waxing expert, now hahaha.
Oh wow. haha. But, I guess it's just the same as me taking care of a patient and seeing them completely naked. What about sensitive skin, such as myself.. have you heard of or experienced a rash or anything similar to razor burn afterwards? I don't want that to happen if I end up doing this...
....I am literally laughing as I am writing this
I don't know if that's the reputation I want but if it helps someone else it's all good haha. I was really scared the first time I tried it too. I thought it would be the most painful experience ever but it wasn't as bad as I thought. My aesthetician actually talked me into it one day .
I know, it's weird at first even talking about it hahah. I had a few surgeries around my tailbone area that took a long time to heal and I had a few problems with, so let's just say that a LOT of professionals saw my butt and I feel like i've become somewhat desensitized to it now haha.
I used to get more of a rash the first few times I did it. I guess it's kind of like threading your eyebrows that way, the more you do it the less your skin reacts to it. Sometimes I'd get like little pimples afterwards but nothing too major. I have sensitive skin too so it's red for a few hours (no matter how much I've done it). My legs actually look like I have the measles after waxing hahah, and I've been waxing my legs since I was 12. The redness lasts like 3 or 4 hours, then it starts getting better