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    Default Upper lip hair

    Since having my son, my upper lip hair is a real issue for me. It's blonde, and I'm currently having it waxed but there always seems to be some kind of fuzz. It's driving me crazy.

    Apart from waxing, what hair removal is best for faces?

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    Threading is supposed to be great on upper lip and chin. I only get my eyebrows done. I haven't tried upper lip, but its supposed to be great because it will get even the shortest, finest hairs. Hth!

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    Its not painless but you can get a face epilator so you can donit at home. Also there are hair removal creams for faces you can use too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by preggasaurus View Post
    Threading is supposed to be great on upper lip and chin. I only get my eyebrows done. I haven't tried upper lip, but its supposed to be great because it will get even the shortest, finest hairs. Hth!
    I didn't even think of threading, does it hurt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Its not painless but you can get a face epilator so you can donit at home. Also there are hair removal creams for faces you can use too.
    I'm such a sook, I couldn't use an epilator on myself!
    I've tried hair removal creams but didn't like them.

    Thank you!

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    Wax and tweeze is the only thing that works for me 😏

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    I use wax strips, the ones with the wax already on them (facial wax strips or something, they're small skinny strips). Weirdly though, I've found that as I get older the hair on my upper lip doesn't grow as much. Chin hair, however, seems to need plucking every other day. Wtf is with that?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alicia111 View Post
    I didn't even think of threading, does it hurt?
    I don't find that it hurts at all! But I only get my eyebrows done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by preggasaurus View Post
    I don't find that it hurts at all! But I only get my eyebrows done!
    Thank you! I'll make an appointment this week


 

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