4 Things Every Professional Should Know About Hard Wax

Hard wax is a type of wax that sticks to the hair and hardens and comes off on its own, eliminating the need for a strip.

This is also known as “strip less waxing”. It is applied directly to the body and does not use a sheet or cloth. When the wax hardens, it is carefully removed by professionals. Hard Rosin Free Wax is a soft, shiny formula perfect for all your hair removal needs.

Here are some benefits of hard wax that every professional should know.

A hard wax bean is attached to the hair.

Did you know that soft wax sticks to the skin and can promote hair growth? But this is not the case with hard wax beans. A hot hair removal product is the best way to remove hair. It only binds the hair and limits the number of regrowth. You will be relieved to hear this because many women fighting in these avatars are very disappointed.

This process is less painful.

Many women, who use hard wax and soft wax, believe that hard beads are painful. Because the skin is not attached to the wax, it is less painful. When the wax sticks to your skin, you may experience the irritation, swelling, and erosion that are common with this condition. However, Hard Wax Bean actually removes it without giving you a painful experience.

Your hair will not be affected.

Hard and soft wax delays the change. But what soft wax can’t guarantee is hair removal from all sides. This is only possible with a rigid candle. When applied incorrectly, soft wax can twist your hair, causing it to grow in all directions. The softener works best when applied in the direction of the hair. Therefore, defective follicles can prevent soft wax from producing desired results.

However, hard wax beans can remove hair from any area. Also, you don’t have to worry about distorting your follicles.

Hardened wax can be reapplied.

Hair removal is difficult at times especially when it is done with soft wax. If any hair remains, you need to remove it with tweezers or string. But, in the case of hard wax beans, this is not the case. This method is efficient and can apply hard wax to the same area multiple times at the same time. As a result, you get smooth skin without using many different tools.

How to prepare your skin for waxing

Exfoliate: Regular exfoliation is essential for healthy skin, whether you wear it or not. If you have scheduled a wax appointment, be sure to exfoliate the area at least 12 hours before. This will remove impurities from the skin (dead skin cells, cosmetics, etc.) and make the area more suitable for effortless hair removal.

Make sure your hair is long enough for wax: If you book a session when the surrounding hair is short, you can waste time and money removing unwanted hair. You can let the hair stray and the treatment will be worse overall. Trying to comb through short hair will also increase your chances of getting wet before your next period. Most waxes are strong enough to hold short hair without any problems, so you can always discuss your options with your stylist. To be safe, the general rule is to wait until hair is at least 1/4 inch long before scheduling a grooming session. How to use hard wax for hair removal

Here’s how to remove unwanted facial hair or hair using hard wax.

Cleanse the area to remove dirt, makeup, oils, and lotions. Apply oil before depilation to protect the skin and create a barrier between the skin and the wax.

Heat the wax in a wax heater, stirring it gently to cool. Using a stick and pressure, apply the wax in same direction of hair growth to try to avoid breakage.. Make sure to create a lip at the end (using light pressure) so you have something to hold on to during removal. Wait for the wax to harden (usually 5 minutes).

Remove the wax against the direction of the hair. Repeat in all required fields.

Apply an anti-aging serum immediately after hair removal.

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