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... how to do self threading for removing upper lip hair (6 replies)
... i mean my upper lip hair is not that visible its just the facial staff asked me to try and i tried it but i really regret and scared of it to grow up.it really hurts. ... (6 replies)
... hey does anyone remove their upper-lip hair? how or with what method used? My concern is that I tried a hair removal lotion and yes the hairs are gone but is noticeable in the way that when I look in the mirror I can see the pores (lol I dont know what else to call it) but I have friends that use waxing as a way to remove it and it looks more smooth and I cant notice the... (9 replies)

... Since the upper lip is a very sesitive area, I recommend waxing rather than using an epilator. ... (9 replies)
... I have fine light hair and have mine waxed at a salon. Since I have a lot of peach fuzz, we do my upper lip, chin and along my jawline. ... (9 replies)
... or paper strip. You can buy the kind to put in the microwave, be careful that you don't get it too hot, and use a spatula or popsicle stick to spread it on your upper lip, when it cools, it gets very hard and you just pull it off. It's infinately easier than using the clothe strip!!!!!! ... (9 replies)
... Hair doesn't grow back darker when you wax. If fact, the hair actually becomes lighter and finer after waxing. ... (6 replies)
... threading hurts - trust me, i know. i have to do it at least once a week to get rid of fuzz ;). it's tricky, and you really have to have a lot of light to be able to see the little hairs. the idea is that you take a piece of thread (apparently, you can actually get thread specifically made for threading, but regular thread works fine). just make sure you have a lot of... (6 replies)
... Usually the hair does not grow back for a good 1 1/2 to 2 weeks. When it starts to grow again I wax it. The only other option is lazer to get it gone for good. (6 replies)
... I forgot to say that epilating or threading might be your touch up option because they both can get hair that is much shorter than you can with waxing...in case you dont want to wait to grow it out everytime. ... (9 replies)
... I use one of those epi. type hair pulling gadgets that is so much easier than waxing without the mess of wax either. ... (9 replies)
... and the hair grows back finer and slower. ... (9 replies)
... I wish I could see a photo of you to know if your feelings about this excess hair isn't just a heightened stress from looking at them too long. ... (4 replies)
... I wish I knew! (6 replies)
... I've never heard of threading, but waxing works just fine. It keeps it off for a while too. (6 replies)
... Definitely don't shave it...one of my friends did and it grows back THICK daily. I use Nair, it works great on me. I recommend waxing though, too, if you haven't done anything to it yet. The only reason I keep using the lotion is because it grows in really fine and sporadically (and only like once a month or every other month!!!) so waxing just doesn't seem worth it. ... (12 replies)
... hmmm, waxing looks a bit un natual.... u can do it and it will work but if u have dark hairs, as mentioned before an epilator... ones by emjoi are good, they have a cheap one out that they actaully sell on tv called tweezeeze (i know it sounds cheezy but we sold that brand at a spa i worked at) and its small if ur just gonna use it for ur face. if u have fine white hairs the... (9 replies)
... I'm having the same problem but just a question, does anyone know a good At-home waxing products? I've heard of something called STRIP-FREE HOT WAX and somehow is used without the strips which many people say is easier but i dont know for sure, any suggestions? (9 replies)
... any suggestions? (9 replies)
... As for the upper lip shadow, if you are only shaving, and not plucking, the shadow can be either dark hair under the skin or from hormones. Birth control pills are notorious for causing this. ... (1 replies)




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