Most girls panic when they hear the language Brazilian wax. This is mostly because it is related to pain or discomfort and due to the process itself, what sort of exposes your most private parts to a complete stranger.
Anyways, this informative article is for people who don't have a Brazilian wax before, or that do not know what a Brazilian wax is. So, to help keep it short and easy a Brazilian wax is the procedure of waxing off all your pubic hair, back and front. And by all I mean all. A Brazilian wax differs from a bikini wax or perhaps a French wax which takes off just the sides around your bikini line.
Why should I recieve a Brazilian wax?
Brazilian wax is an extremely good option to shaving. Everybody hates shaving, particularly in that area, making this one good reason. Another benefit is it lasts considerably longer. This is because the hair is taken away from the follicle (or the root) rather than being cut at the skin level. A Brazilian lasts as long as 6 weeks, that's it. You simply need to take 4 or 5 of these throughout the summer.
What happens inside?
At the salon, your esthetician is going to do a fast summary of the entire process if you ask her to. You don't have to embarrass myself or anything, and don't be afraid to inquire about questions. Once you met the esthetician you'll have to remove your clothes from the waist down and lay on a bed.
Incidentally, prior to getting a Brazilian wax you need to trim your crotch hair so that it won't be more than one-half inch. Typically, an overall length from a quarter inch and half in inch is fine. If you haven't done it they can get it done for you before the Brazilian. This will reduce the pain.
Now, with regards to the waxing itself, different salons do various things. Some use hard wax, which can be pulled off without using strips, some use regular wax or strip wax. Both methods are fine, with the exception that when removing the hair from more sensitive areas it is recommended use hard wax.
Following the waxing is completed, some estheticians uses a tweezers to remove any remaining hair, some don't. Again, it varies from place to place, some get it done some don't. Also, after the process is done some estheticians will apply baby powder towards the waxed place to prevent redness or swelling.
Will it hurt?
Pain is something summary, there is no right answer here. For many people it hurts like hell from some it is just a discomfort. As a general rule, for people will thicker and darker hair will it will hurt more that for people with thinner and lighter hair.