I got my first Brazilian wax ever at age I know, I'm so late to the party on this. Who waits until age 40 to get a Brazilian? Well, until then, I thought getting a regular wax was painful enough. And no one was ever like, "Oh God, do you have a baby Chewbacca down there or what?
I Finally Got A Brazilian Wax And Now I’ll Never Go Back To The Razor
Bikini waxing - Wikipedia
And for me, that meant shaving my legs, armpits, and lady bits. And thanks to my northeast location with a lack of viable beach days, I was looking at the need to groom just a handful of times a year at most. This meant upping my grooming game to shaving once a day—or at least several times a week. The upkeep, the razor burn, the precision, the whole shebang was exhausting. I booked my first Brazilian wax. Most of us are more familiar with the concept of a bikini wax. It's when an esthetician uses hot wax to get rid of the hair that would be visible if one were to wear a bikini bottom.
Everything You Need to Know Before Your First Bikini Wax
Shopping for lingerie, first menstrual cycle, and buying makeup have long been considered rites of passage every woman experiences during her formative years. Up there with those coming of age traditions is getting your first Brazilian wax. After spending years contemplating whether or not I was ready to part ways with my good ol' Nair Cocoa Butter Hair Remover Lotion and graduate to the big leagues, I finally checked that rite of passage off my bucket list.
WHETHER you go full Hollywood and remove everything down there or opt for something a little less high maintenance, how you maintain your bikini line is an incredibly personal preference. A professional waxer has now revealed that Britain's favourite pubic hair style is the Brazilian - but blokes continue to favour a more "natural" look. But just in case you're not clued up on your different waxing styles, the Brazilian treatment - which first rose to prominence in the s - removes most of the hair except for a a "landing strip" on the pubic bone. Commenting on the Brazilian's continued popularity with Brits, Cynthia added: "Women are still keen to remove all the hair from the labia and crack as it feels smoother, heightens sexual activity and is more hygienic. And considering how the "full bush" is making a comeback this summer , it'll come as no surprise that women are forgoing the Barbie-esque Hollywood wax.