So I just went for electrolysis (thermolysis) for the first time last week to remove facial hair (beard). This is all well and good, but two things concerned me.
When she did the work, she did one pass to do the actual thermolysis and another to pluck the hairs. This was all well and good, although sometimes it felt like she was plucking more hairs than she actually zapped 0.o
I still felt it when she plucked them.
Is it bad that I could feel it when she pulled the hairs? Granted, she did it in two passes, and what she SAID was that it’s not supposed to come out painlessly because that means you’ve used too much juice…
My question is, is this true? Is this a sign that she’s doing things badly? I’ve read other places that if you feel the hair coming out it hasn’t been properly fried… She’s been doing this for about 15 years and she works with trans people all the time, so my default is to give her the benefit of the doubt… but…? I’m a little worried…
Thanks for the feedback!