Hey guys… this is for you! Male waxing is a rapidly growing form of manscaping! We can wax almost any part of your body. I say almost because there are areas that aren’t recommended. Those areas are the scalp/head and the beard, other than that everything else is fair game. The reasons we prefer not to wax those areas are due to the long term effect it may have on the return hair growth; and in these areas the discomfort would be the greatest. Popular areas to wax include brows, nostrils, ears, chest, stomach, back and the male-brazilian. Some men also choose to wax underarms, arms and/or legs and the.
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Hey y’all! My name is Leslie a.k.a. The Waxtress. I’m new here at Esthetique Facial Spa. I am a licensed esthetician. First and foremost my passion is waxing, but I do love all aspects of the beauty industry! I like sharing my knowledge, research and opinions… So – I’ll be blogging for you guys 🙂 Be prepared – ‘cuz I like to talk too! Allow me to take this opportunity to educate you all just a little bit on esthetics and what it means in the beauty world. To sum it up – I once saw a hoodie that read, “Esthetician. Because pimple popping, hot waxing ninja isn’t a job.
We have the thinnest skin around our eyes, so it’s the area that’s most influenced by the in-and-out flow of fluids. Drinking water is one of the most important things you can do for your overall health, but this is especially important for this area of your face. Being gentle with this skin is also important. I can’t say EYE CREAM enough…it delivers vital nutrients to keep supple skin around your eyes, it helps with dark circles, puffiness and preventing wrinkles…eye cream is imperative. Rubbing your eyes too much because of allergies or when you get sleepy (though it is a natural response) is also a no- no. Below I.
The winter months can be brutal and it definitely changes our skin. Here are a few tips to help you get through these times. Moisturize: A common misunderstanding for oily skin types are they do not need to moisturize. Wrong! All skin types must use a moisturizer after cleansing, especially during winter. As we enter the winter months, we notice our skin becomes tight, dry and flaky. This is the perfect time to purchase a more intense lotion or cream. Our skin needs more moisture and hydration during the colder months. So don’t hesitate to pick up a heavier hydrator for the winter. And don’t forget, make sure it has.