Now that you’ve completed your due diligence, book an appointment for a Brazilian sugaring. You’re trimmed, you’re dressed in clothes that won’t rub that area, and hopefully you’ve gotten to know your Esthetician a bit.
Here’s what to expect once you’re in the room. The Esthetician will invite you into the room. There should be a towel on top of the bed, along with a cover for you to drape yourself.
You’ll be asked to undress from the waist down and in some places, you’ll be given a steamed towel to freshen up with. It will help re-assure you that everything down there is fresh and it helps your Esthetician. The heat will lift the follicles and provide the Esthetician with a better look at how to place the sugar. If you’re not offered a warm towel, it’s not a big deal to ask for one; they stock their hot cabbies full of them! When you’re finished, just throw it somewhere discrete, but not in the sink. The sink is a sanitized environment. I recommend keeping it on the floor.
Climb up on the bed and bring your phone or something to distract yourself with. You lay on top of the towel, but under the drape. There will likely be a pillow to indicate which side of the bed you are to lay your head at. Now just wait for the knock of the Esthetician.
Now that you’re lying there, the Esthetician will enter the room and help put your mind at ease! Before she starts she’ll ask you if there are any areas that you would like to leave or if you would like it all gone. Some ladies like to keep a little, and if you’re one of them, make sure she knows precisely what you like.
Once the Esthetician is finished, she’ll give you some cotton with an oily substance and a cool towel. Use the cotton first to remove any sugar or sticky substance that may remain. The cool towel is to remove the oil and cool down the area. Again, if you’re not offered one, just ask – it feels great! Now just get dressed and head out – you’re done!
If this was your first wax or sugaring, it’s possible that not all the hair will come out, though expect at least 95%. It’s not good for the skin to be waxed over and over again, so tweezing a stranded hair is your best bet. Do Not Shave!!. If you’re going to get waxed or sugared, keep it up. You’ll have to get waxed more frequently for the first 3-4 times (every 2-4 weeks) because your hair grows in cycles all three cycles will be grown-in at your first session. Thus, you will have rapid regrowth following your first wax. Once you’ve made it through all the growth cycles, the pain will lessen significantly and your results will last much longer. The hair will become finer and more sporadic.
Bruising is not usual but it can happen. There is a lot of force used on your first sugaring because the hair is so dense and roots are strong. If you experience itching, that’s normal, but contact a doctor if you feel like it could be an allergic reaction to the wax or waxing products. For minor itching or red bumps, hydrocortisone cream should suffice.
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