For most waxing virgins (if not all) of us, the first thing that pops into our head when “bikini waxing” is mentioned is Nooooo! Believe me, I’ve been there and I know.
Soon, the summer will be upon us, and us ladies including you will be preparing to hit the beach or pool, attend a few spa days, or even go on our hols.
But here’s the rub: trying to get our bikini line to be perfectly smooth, with zero ingrown hairs, grazes, or red bumps can be hard. There are a few options for hair removal, however, waxing is the most popular option for taking care of the bikini line, women are ditching razors and welcoming wax with open arms.
Feeling a little reluctant and uncomfortable about the whole idea? We have scouted some of the most FAQs of bikini waxing to help ease your mind.
What Are the Benefits Of Bikini Waxing
Truth is, getting your first bikini isn’t going to be a whole lot of fun for you. However, considering the increasing number of women opting for wax by the day, I’m pretty sure no one would be willing to step into that new territory if it didn’t have its benefits.
Waxing pulls the hair right at the root, giving you a flawlessly smooth skin without the stubble.
Waxing makes the hair grow slower and finer for most people.
Waxing done by a professional leads to smooth silky skin with minimal discomfort.
What's It Like Getting A Bikini Wax?
As a newbie to bikini waxing, you must have heard a lot of scary stories and are probably wondering what it’s like. Well, for me I think the build up was the worst, as I didn’t know what to expect or what it was going to be like - this not knowing was the worst part of my waxing experience the first time. As soon as the job was done, I found out it wasn’t as bad as I had thought it was going to be.
I’m Embarrassed Stripping Off, Any Advice?
I admit, the thought of lying naked on the table while having a total stranger all up in your leggy business feels a bit awkward, but the reality is that there really is no need for you to be nervous or embarrassed. If it makes you feel any better, they are professionals and just like your gynecologist, they have literally seen so many “va jay jays.” They don’t care, they are only interested in getting the job done.
Will It Hurt?
There’s a whole lot of stories accompanying bikini waxing, especially about the pain. Well, as much as I hate to tell you this, waxing is uncomfortable, especially the first time. The good news is it gets easier! If you wax regularly, the less uncomfortable the experience becomes.
There you have it, ladies. Remember, don’t be afraid to speak up. Tell the waxer which style you would like and how little or how much hair you want taken off.