Waxing is a form of hair removal: it removes the hair below the skin surface. This is in contrast to depilation with hair but the skin surface is removed, such as shaving and depilatory methods.
When your waxing it removes hair below the skin surface. So you get the whole hair out, but the root remains. Therefore it always grow back after waxing, but they disapear for about 3-8 weeks away. In the summer is it for about 4-5 weeks because hair grows faster in the summer.
Waxing is known as a painful method. But the difference is from person to person. That depends mainly on your pain and how many pain you can hold. It is for some women better not to resins between one week before menstruation until the third day of menstruation.
Although the root is not removed, it is hardly possible that fewer hairs grow back. In practice, however, it is working in different ways, and some give to the hair after a period of time. This occurs only at very high waxfrequenties.
Because you do not cut off the hairs as depilation techniques, there is also no firm conclusion created. With waxing, you'll not get hard stubble, but feel your hair much softer because they come back with a relatively thin her point. Google Reader will be disables soon, so I hope you guys can follow me on Bloglovin' to get my updates. Follow me here: http://www.bloglovin.com/en/blog/4244649 thanks!