I've spent years telling myself that I'm ready to get laser hair removal. Sure, it can be expensive and uncomfortable, and depending on the area of choice, it involves letting a stranger get up close and personal with your most intimate parts. But, as someone who waxes and shaves often, to imagine an end to the inconvenience, time, and ingrown hairs that I experience made that tired mantra beauty is pain seem like a worthy reality. Simply put, there's a lot to discuss when it comes to the social constructs around our beauty choices, and I want to make one thing clear: Body hair is nothing to be ashamed of. Permanent beauty procedures, laser included, are an extremely personal choice and aren't for everyone. That being said, for me, laser treatment was not about ridding myself of hair completely.
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Best ways to remove facial hair at home
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What's the best option if you've got unwanted facial hair as a woman? Waxing, lasering, threading, bleaching, shaving or plucking - it's a minefield out there, and as someone struggling to manage a teeny, tiny ronnie, I want the best answer and I want it now. I must state that this post is strictly aimed at those who consider their facial hair unwanted - if you're rocking those sideburns or embracing your Frida Kahlo unibrow, I'm in awe and full of respect. But for lots of women, removing facial hair is a constant uphill battle that can never be permanently won.
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Need to know: Facial hair removal
In the whispering alcoves of a Mayfair members' club, top facialist Teresa Tarmey and I are suffering from an attack of the giggles. We're discussing female facial hair, and like most taboo subjects there's an inherent humour involved. The poor besuited gentlemen at the table next to us look shellshocked: they've officially had their bearded-lady cherry popped. My own story is an apparently common one.
Given the number of ads and products about, it might seems bonkers in this day and age but a huge percentage of women have completely no idea how to remove facial hair. We are not saying you have to. And thankfully, a growing number of women are now talking openly about peach fuzz around their chin and jawlines. Which one lasts the longest? Works fastest?