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    Default Re: Brazilian or g string wax??

    I have been thinking about this also, I am unsure where I would go as I looked on the essential beauty website and apparently they won't do it when your pregnant or prefer not too and also I am unsure how long before to do it cause I don't know how long it'll last :-) I was thinking just xx g string wax...

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    Yes, some salons will simply will not wax you too close to your due date. They don't want to somehow accidentally trigger labour.

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    The place I go to said they would. As close to due date as possible they say. I had my eyebrows waxed there today!!!
    Hmmmm. I'm thinking yes to the wax then.

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    Default Brazilian or g string wax??

    Yep I reckon do it! One less thing to worry about after bubs is born!

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    Default Brazilian or g string wax??

    Yes it freaking hurts! More than usual.

    But it will be much nicer and feel cleaner during recovery.

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    Default Brazilian or g string wax??

    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    The place I go to said they would. As close to due date as possible they say. I had my eyebrows waxed there today!!!
    Hmmmm. I'm thinking yes to the wax then.
    Please let me know if it was worth the pain!!!

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    Default Brazilian or g string wax??

    Lol cheeky. Perhaps we can go same day same time (different cities) and get it done!! So there will be someone to complain to.
    Surely it's only seconds of pain for a nice clean ahem after baby is born.

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    I didn't bother. I had planned to do a trim and tidy up at 38 weeks but DS had other ideas. No issues during the birth and it didn't bother me afterwards.

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    Default Brazilian or g string wax??

    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilicious View Post
    I didn't bother. I had planned to do a trim and tidy up at 38 weeks but DS had other ideas. No issues during the birth and it didn't bother me afterwards.
    Well I think ill go to 38 or 39 weeks and if no baby has arrived I will go get it done!! Haha.

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    Default Brazilian or g string wax??

    I just left it as is because I didn't have time to get anything done with being in the hospital a lot. It didnt bother me after DD was born.

    I've never had waxing done down there, it sounds scary lol.


 

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