Shaving, sugaring, waxing, plucking, or going all-natural—there are a lot of ways to maintain your bikini area. Women tend to feel pretty passionate about their chosen method. If you’re into waxing, then you know how marvelously smooth you can feel down there after going to your waxing specialist. You seek out a pool party and schedule some time between the sheets with your significant other because you aren’t letting this go to waste—this wax job must be appreciated. While waxing can leave you feeling nice and fresh down there, it can also cost a decent amount of money and be quite painful. So you want to make sure you prepare properly for your waxing, and take care of the area correctly in between appointments, in order to get the most out of this service. Here are tips on maintaining your bikini wax, before and after your appointment.
Any waxing loyalist knows the three-week dilemma. At around three weeks, your hair starts to grow again, but it’s still too soon to get a new wax. You may want to turn to shaving, but don’t. Shaving makes your hair stronger, while waxing makes it weaker (which is what you want). Shaving might just make your next waxing session more painful.