I’ve only tried waxing. It works pretty well and for me it doesn’t grow back thicker. Haven’t tried bleaching, but i think waxing is a lot better than using the hair removal cream. and i don’t think waxing hurts that much either! with the cream you’d have to be careful about it being ok for your skin (otherwise you might get a rash!) and be careful about not leaving it on for too long/ not getting it on your lips and stuff.posted almost 7 years ago
I deal with bushy eyebrows and a bit on the upper lip. I used to get both waxed. But waxing isnt great for the skin as it breaks down the collogen i think?
Anyway, THREADING, is amazing. its an indian thing. they shape your eyebrows wonderfullyposted almost 7 years ago
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I agree with getting it waxed. Thats what I do and its not that painful. Its quick and easyposted almost 7 years ago
you can either get it waxed, or try threading. I’d say electrolysis normally for facial hair but since you say it’s fine you may not be the best candidate for that. I just wax.posted almost 7 years ago
When it comes to eyebrow hair and the hair on the mole on my face (ick!) I just pluck with a good pair of tweezers. Since I know what I want my brows to look like, every time I see a hair growing out of place I just take care of it right away, so it’s not a huge time commitment and I can always just maintain my look.
For upper lip hair I recommend waxing. I’ve noticed it’s harder to pluck and seems to hurt more, and waxing is (as others have said) quick and easy.
I’ve been suspicious of hair-removal cream ever since my sister practically burned a hole in her leg from Nair. It seems like they always either irritate your skin or don’t work. (Though it probably just depends on your hair type and skin sensitivity).posted almost 7 years ago
I agree, waxing is the best solution! But do it an hour or 2 before going to bed, so your skin can relax a little. It will reduce redness the day after! ^^posted almost 7 years ago
I always wax my eyebrows and pluck in between appointments. I always go somewhere to get it done because I’m too afraid to do it myself!
For upper lip hair I get waxed whenever I get my eyebrows waxed but my hair there grows back quickly (like 3-4 days) so I just end up using a hair-removal cream. I use the Sally Hansen Cream Hair Remover Kit for Face which can be found at any drugstore. And I’m pretty sure they have a version for sensitive skin as well!posted almost 7 years ago