Epilators?

So I after viewing this forum i just learned about epilators and just wanted to know what are their advantages, what are the best ones, and where can I get them? I'm so tired of shaving, plucking, and concealing, HELP ME!
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4a
The advantage is longer smooth time, just like waxing. It is painful the first few times you do it. I personally love the Braun Silk-Epil. I got it at Target right by the electric razors.
Thank you for replying Internetchick, how much was this one? I am going to target later this week so I will have to look into that one
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4a
Thank you for replying Internetchick, how much was this one? I am going to target later this week so I will have to look into that one
Originally Posted by Pretty&Brown
About $45.
i like the braun silk epil as well.

like ic said, it gives you a long lasting smoothness, like waxing. i only have to do it once a week or once every couple weeks.

the nice thing about it - which is an advantage over waxing - is that you don't have to wait for the hair to get as long.

also, because you can do it at home whenever you want, you don't have to wait for full growth like it is advisable to do with waxing.

it's inexpensive, simple, non-messy, and if you are used to waxing, not unbearably painful. i'm really glad i got one.

m
coarse, thick 3a
modified cg







It's also less painful than waxing, because it doesn't pull at the skin.
Thank you both so much for your help! How do you prevent getting ingrown hairs? I know I read that this is a risk...Also I have never waxed so I am guessing it will be painful at first but eventually does the pain completely go away?
If GOD brings you to it, He will lead you through it!

4a
Thank you both so much for your help! How do you prevent getting ingrown hairs? I know I read that this is a risk...Also I have never waxed so I am guessing it will be painful at first but eventually does the pain completely go away?
Originally Posted by Pretty&Brown
Exfoliating will help to prevent ingrown hairs. I dry skin brush daily with a boar bristle brush. The pain does go away, not completely but I would say mild discomfort.
definitely exfoliating to avoid ingrowns. i use a loofah daily.

m
coarse, thick 3a
modified cg







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