I haven’t posted here in a while. I persevered with fortnightly electrolysis sessions on my thighs for 20 months until I could no longer afford it. I saw little improvement and was left with quite bad scars. I am so disheartened, to say the least, with all the money and time I put in, to turn to waxing but my confidence is so low I just need the hair gone now.
I got my first full leg wax the other week. I hate how the finer hair at very top of thighs and abdomen now looks much more noticeable because of the straight edge waxing leaves between TOTALLY hairfree area and normal non waxed area Is there any way to avoid this? I guess you can’t really blend with waxing…
My question is, I have gone to the same beautician since last August for lower leg waxes and have not put a razor to my legs since September and got waxes regularly but I can not seem to get longer than about 10 days out of a leg wax. I notice that she misses hairs after each session and sometimes quite substantially long ones but is that normal to still be left with a few after a session or should I try going somewhere else? My thighs are now in same state and my ingrown hairs are hard to deal with. My legs feel bumpy after about 5 days from the wax and I am trying to exfoliate but she said there isn’t anything else I can do and if a hair is ingrown and lying flat on my leg she won’t help remove it or wax it. I just want to know is this normal procedure? What else I can do for ingrown to prevent them? And anyway to blend waxing when you get thighs done? It’s nice to be totally hairfree if only for a week at least but so disappointed in my electrolysis journey on my thighs I stopped going after 20 months and within 3 weeks my thighs were as bad as they were the first day I got them treated. I don’t think it was electrolysis failing more my hormonal issues!