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    1. #11
      Damsel Diva helpimfalling
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      I started shaving my upper lip at like ten (I'm hairy) lol and it didn't grow back too bad at fifteen I started going to get it waxed every four weeks or so (£7) but sometimes if I'm in rush and notice a few I'm guilty of shaving them whoops x



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      Invisable Chell
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      Re: How do you remove facial hair?

      I have a few odd hairs on my chin , I often just cut them short with nail scissors. I bleach my moustache.
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      Mulled Wino Katoid
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      Re: How do you remove facial hair?

      Hair removal cream, I use boots own for sensitive skin one xx I have my eyebrows threaded but ouch it's too painful doing upper lip!!!
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      SMOO
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      Re: How do you remove facial hair?

      I use smooth appeal wax, as recommended on here. It's absolutely brilliant, it's super quick, so whilst it's painful for a second, it's not that bad.

      I was worried when I first used it that I'd need to hide away for several days afterwards, but I get absolutely no redness from it at all, in fact the last time I did it was just before a big night out!

      I used to bleach, until I realised that in certain lights I looked a bit like one of the Bee Gees (and I think looks awful when you see someone really dark sporting a yellow tash!)

      Please please don't shave! that'll just make the ends super blunt and really stubbly when they grow back.

    5. #15

      Re: How do you remove facial hair?

      Threading for me too. I have my eyebrows done every 5 weeks, at tesco would you believe! And she does my upper lip too. I think these things are always more noticeable to us in the sunshine, I know in the winter I hardly notice the hairs when I look in the mirror!

    6. #16

      Re: How do you remove facial hair?

      Quote Originally Posted by Velvet Chain View Post
      Another one for threading - when I had my eyebrows done the lady did my face as well despite the fact that I have very blond hair so it is not visible anyway, but my god my face was so soft afterwards like it had been exfoliated.
      Snap. Another blondie here. Nothing visible but from time to time, I 'treat' myself to a good threading.

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      Dazzling Damsel keikobelle
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      Re: How do you remove facial hair?

      I've just started threading mine myself, hurts like hell the first time but i suspect you get used to it like you would with tweezing or waxing.

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      Re: How do you remove facial hair?

      I bought a home laser hair remover a couple of years ago and used it fortnightly for about 3-4 months. I get just the odd hair coming through now, which I pluck out with tweezers. When I get round to it, I'll do a few more sessions with the laser thingy- definitely worth it imo. Mine is one of the older, cheaper ones which only does a small area at once, but I mainly wanted it for upper lip and it's done what I hoped for. I did find it a bit time consuming though, which is why I haven't got round to doing a few more sessions to finish the job.

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      Invisable Chell
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      Re: How do you remove facial hair?

      Quote Originally Posted by coolfm View Post
      I bought a home laser hair remover a couple of years ago and used it fortnightly for about 3-4 months. I get just the odd hair coming through now, which I pluck out with tweezers. When I get round to it, I'll do a few more sessions with the laser thingy- definitely worth it imo. Mine is one of the older, cheaper ones which only does a small area at once, but I mainly wanted it for upper lip and it's done what I hoped for. I did find it a bit time consuming though, which is why I haven't got round to doing a few more sessions to finish the job.
      DO you have a link to what you bought please?

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      Re: How do you remove facial hair?

      Quote Originally Posted by Chell View Post
      DO you have a link to what you bought please?
      WSS!

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