Wash and dry your body part where you want to remove hair. Dust with some cornstarch or plain flour to absorb body oil. Spread a thin layer of the sugaring solution in the direction of the hair. Cover with a strip of fabric, rub your hand on the strip and pull it off quickly against the direction of the hair growth. It will be slight painful, but tolerable. Repeat it 2-3 times.
Blend one egg white with 1 tablespoon of sugar and 1/2 tablespoon of corn flour until it becomes a sticky paste. Apply the mixture to your face. When it dries gently peel it off. Repeat this 3-4 times a week.
Never remove pubic hair with wax. Waxing your so-called bikini line is perfectly acceptable. But genital waxing can cause infection, and I’m told it hurts like the bejeezus.
If you have long pubic hairs, trim them with clippers or scissors. Electric clippers are best for this purpose. If you must use scissors, take a seat before you do the deed.
Take a long, warm bath to open the pores of your skin. Pat your genitals dry with a towel. Apply a generous layer of moisturizing shave cream at least five minutes before you shave.
If you run out of shaving cream, you can also use conditioner to do the job.
For better and closer smooth shave, apply a small amount of talcum powder before shaving ? wet or dry.
It’s best to avoid shaving the very first thing in the morning. If possible, let your skin wake up a while. This allows any puffiness from fluids collecting in your skin during the night to recede. Then you will be able to get a closer shave.
MAKE the wax in your own home, use 1 cup of honey, 3/4 cup of molasses, 1/2 cup sugar, and a little juice from a lemon. Be sure to heat it up enough to where its not too hot. Stir, apply to area you want to wax and remove it with linen strips.
Dust on powder or cornstarch before waxing. It absorbs moisture and oil so wax adheres better. Powder also shows up leg areas yet to be waxed.
A new razor, hair conditioner or shaving cream/gel, a bowl of steaming hot water, and an unscented moisturizing lotion.
Using hair conditioner (shaving creams and gels work, but conditioner works better), lather up the area to be shaved.
After you?ve finished shaving, lightly rub an ice cube over the skin you shaved to close up your pores and then pat the area dry with a clean towel. Apply a unscented moisturizer to the area to help soothe the freshly shaved skin.
For removing public hair, take a hot shower or bath to soften pubic hair and ensure it’s really clean. Then dry the area thoroughly. Next, carefully trim pubic hair using a pair of small sharp scissors. Now you can begin pubic hair shaving. If you’re using a razor, cover the area you want to shave with plenty of shaving cream or gel and make sure you use a good-quality safety razor. Work carefully and slowly checking your progress in the mirror. Try not to shave the same area over and over again as this can lead to razor-burn, skin irritations and ingrown hairs.
Shave in the direction your hair grows. Facial hair grows downward on the cheeks, straight out on the chin, downward below the jawbone, and upward along the lower neck,
If you’re using a double- or triple-track razor, you’re probably shaving too close for the good of your skin. Switch to a single-track, disposable razor or, better still, an old-fashioned safety razor, so you can adjust the closeness of your shave.
Men’s shaving creams are richer, and better for the skin and are usually cheaper than products designed for women. You’ll get a closer shave and have softer legs if you use these.