Tweezing is slightly painful and you have to repeat it every few weeks or days, but it doesn’t grow back as quickly as it would if you shaved that area. Depending on the size of the area that you want to remove the hair this could be an option to you. This is a very time-consuming way to remove it, and you have to pull each one out individually.
If you have a larger area that you want to remove the hair from, this is a very effective way to remove the hair. It’s not comfortable to do, but the end results are good. You apply warm wax to the area in the same direction as the hair grows, then you will apply cloth strips to ‘pull’ the hair from the opposite direction, pulling out the hair as you pull off the cloth. This is done quickly and … Read the rest
In straight or slightly wavy hair (the bend point) helps determine whether or not the hair will stand up or lay down in the finished sculpture. By taking a few strands of hair (from the top area of the head) and holding them straight out (up) from the head, then ease back down (towards the point you pulled out from) will reveal the bend point of the hair. The hair will begin to bow (or bend) at about 1 to 3 inches or so out from the scalp. Sculpting at the very end of the bend (away from the scalp) will allow the hair to lay down, in the middle of the bend allows a degree of lift (more lift in coarse or “bristle” hair) and consequently sculpting below the bend (towards the scalp) will allow the greatest degree of lift. In some cases fine hair or hair with strong … Read the rest