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What Kind of Cosmetics Do You Use?

Hi. My name's Misty. I used to buy and use the least expensive cosmetics I could find. After all, I was on a budget and couldn’t afford the costly ones. What I didn’t factor in was the fact that many of the inexpensive cosmetics were causing me to have skin issues. I would develop acne out of nowhere, and at my age that was rather embarrassing. My skin would be dry all the time, and other little things like that. My inexpensive cosmetics were causing me to spend money on acne medications, lotions, and remedies to fix the damage they caused. I didn’t put this together until I decided to splurge and try some different cosmetics that claimed to be good for your skin. Sure, they cost more, but there’s a reason for that. I’m going to share more about this in the hope it will help you too.

What You Need To Know Before Your First Eyebrow Waxing

Are your eyebrows unruly? You don't have to let those stray hairs go. If you're not happy with the shape of your brows, take a look at the top questions answered about eyebrow waxing.

How Long Does Waxing Last?

There's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. In general, waxing will keep your eyebrow area hair-free for up to four weeks. But some people may experience faster or slower hair growth. This changes the timing, making it necessary to wax either wait longer than a month or schedule an appointment every few weeks.

Does Waxing Hurt?

While this process does come with some degree of discomfort, it typically isn't painful. Again, like with hair growth, everyone is different. Some people have a high pain threshold and others don't. If you're extremely sensitive (or have sensitive skin) you may find waxing temporarily uncomfortable.

How Long Does Discomfort Last?

Expect some discomfort following your appointment. This typically won't last for more than a few hours. A topical numbing cream can reduce this feeling, making your brows less sensitive.

Does Waxing Cause Redness?

Remove the hair from this delicate area can result in redness or minor irritation. Don't worry—this is only temporary. But if you have a special event or are having photos taken, avoid scheduling an appointment on the same day.

Is Waxing Better Than Tweezing?

A hair removal method of choice is a personal preference. If you are looking for a way to remove all the hair from your eyebrow area, keeping it clean and pristine for weeks to come, waxing is for you. Tweezing the entire brow area is a time-consuming (and often painful) process that can result in excessively thin brows.

Why Choose a Professional?

Choosing a professional waxing service is a quick way to get a look that's perfect for your face. Instead of trying to figure out a shape or how high to arch your brows, the expert can work their magic and give you a just-right look.

Along with shaping your brows correctly (for your face), a professional knows how to apply the wax, remove it effectively, and maximize the effects (without causing excess pain or discomfort). The same isn't always true for a DIY job or tweezing at home.

If this is your first experience with eyebrow waxing, you don't need to stress. While some minor irritation or redness is possible, the benefits of a professional service often outweigh the negatives—making waxing a way to get the beautiful brows.