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If you are interested in getting a bikini area ready, consider a Brazilian wax. Are you not sure what it is, exactly? Hopefully this article will clear it up for you.
Here is the history lesson you never got in school. The origin of the Brazilian wax! But don't worry, there are no dates to memorize.
The bikini wax began with the appearance of the traditional bikini, and until now, a "bikini wax" presents wax that removes all hair that can be exposed under the bear bottom. But in the 1970s String bikini was introduced to the hungry and sexy beaches of South America. With so much more skin revealed, more hair would be needed away than with a traditional bikini wax, so the ladies in the southern hemisphere began more extensive hair removal techniques.
In the mid-1980s, the thong bikini had found its way north, and a small wax shop in New York City was opened and run by seven sisters from Brazil. Known as the "J Sisters" (since all seven had first names beginning with the letter "J"), these ladies, proficient in new techniques from their home in Brazil, received credit for this bikini wax style and, because of them, it was dubbed the "Brazilian wax."
While the traditional "bikini" wax (as mentioned above) removes hair that would be visible when wearing an ordinary bikini, the Brazilian goes much further. If you think of what is visible with a thong, you get a picture of how much hair is needed to remove. This not only means hair from the front, but between the legs and up the back. In most cases, a Brazilian full hair removal involves the entire bikini area. But some women like to leave a small triangle reminiscent of the natural shape, while others choose what is called the "landing strip" or "mustache", a thin rectangle of hair. This is entirely up to your wishes and should be discussed with your aesthetist in advance. But the basic idea is to make the area clean and smooth to wear a thong bikini bottom.
Other things to expect
Brazilian wax will be more expensive than a traditional wax simply because more hair is removed and therefore the process is longer with more work involved. Prices vary across the country, but usually they are only ten dollars more than the usual bikini wax. Depending on your aesthetics, some Brazilian waxes are made while wearing a thin disposable pantyhose or sometimes wearing nothing at all. The hair must be 1/4 an inch long so that the wax can grab it and remove it. If your hair is too short, the procedure cannot be performed. If it is too long, your technician will probably trim first. Most women return between four and six weeks for the next service, and many continue during the winter months as they enjoy the smooth, clean look all year round.
DIY, no way!
If you've ever heard "don't try this at home", the Brazilian is definitely in that category! Using a razor for a Brazilian style is how can we say this, a really, really bad idea. The skin folds and other hard-to-reach places are simply not designed for a razor blade. Ouch! Not to mention the claim you have to come into a mirror to make sure you haven't missed a place. In addition, the bikini area is already quite sensitive, so even if you plan to wax, you want to go to a licensed aesthetist. They are not only trained with techniques to get the best wax done properly, but also because you do not get broken skin that can lead to infection. If you already know that you have a sensitive skin, talk to aesthetics before your meeting for suggestions on ways to keep a potential reaction to a minimum.