this post is for the female souls only; don't want guys being gross out. here's the disclaimer!
so I got my second email from my readers! That made me so happy haha! So feel free to drop off any e-mails regarding anything and everything ;) @email@example.com
-So she was wondering about Braun
so I used to tweeze but when I went to get my eyebrow feathered (semi permanent tattoo, feels like pinching) the women told me that tweezing kills the root of your hair strands in your eyebrow (won't grow back/ damages the root) and she recommends the eyebrow blade, with the eyebrow blade is you have to use it every morning, it's super easy and fast but the blade has to be sharp so only last about 2/3 months. It also leaves stubs if the blade is dull or slightly out grown which is sometimes bothersome. it is still my favourite method of maintaining my eyebrows. I find the Japanese/ Korean brands are the best.
I have tried wax strips ( i hated the mess/ wax remaining on my leg/ hand & the oils thats suppose to clean it off doesn't really work), Veet disolving hair solution stuff: smells awful and I heard it's really bad for you (well it does CORRODE your hair away) and I didn't find it even that effective, and the old fashion razor: my favourite so far coz it's fast and with Gilette for Women (Satin Care) Apricot scent & Gilette changeable head: smells so good! BUT i am very up to experimenting with an epilator soon time because after all, living in Canada Does make my leg super dry and the constant blades aren't helping.
SO i will admit I tried lazer removal; about 8 session? F**K it's painful, it's ok the first few but they make the intensity higher and higher everytime. useless, don't do it, it's suppose to reduce your hair significantly but after a few months it was like how it was before. Back to shaving. or maybe epilator? but ouch;
I heard epilator will RIP your skin off there.. umm. HM. scary; razor does the work but I don't like the roughness when it starts to grow back. Have not tried wax yet but i'm not sure I'm brave enough; my girls and I made a "TO DO b4 end of high school" list; one of them included brazilian wax.. AH.
I think the best thing has to be an epilator because if i had the time i would tweeze every strand of hair off my arm LOL. and you obviously don't want to SHAVE it, i know a girl who did that and you can totally feel the rough stubby feel when you touch her arm. A MUST NOT! wax works well too.
Talking about all this unwanted hair make me feel burdened haha but HAIR. That is my best friend; I love long big hair (which is what I have always had) and the product I bow down to is FRUCTIS; i've been devoted to Fructis for a few years now and I have almost all their products from when I had curly hair, straight, and now au naturel. Made with lots of fruits infused in it; smells heavenly ;)