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Cuppatea14 Fri 09-Jan-15 15:07:31

How do I get rid? It's the lovely sideburn variety. Pretty fair so I dont think laser is an option? I've always had a bit but since my last pregnancy it's much worse and driving me mad, but I'm terrified to tackle it in case I make it worse?!?

FauxFox Fri 09-Jan-15 15:58:36

I think it can be threaded? I get my eyebrows done and i'm pretty sure the posters say they can do other facial hair too.

LadyB49 Fri 09-Jan-15 16:43:43

Have it waxed.
Following a course of steroids ....one day looking in the mirror the sunlight caught at a particular angle and I was horrified at how much blonde fluff was looking back at me.
I went straight to the beautician. Job done !!

OneHandFlapping Fri 09-Jan-15 20:41:42

Razor - a proper man's one, not the one you do your legs with. A quick whisk once or twice a week, and fluff all gone.

squoosh Fri 09-Jan-15 20:49:04

Marilyn Monroe credited her face fluff with giving her photos a diffused glow.

Squeakyheart Fri 09-Jan-15 20:51:31

Razor for me too, waxing irritates the skin and there's too much for threading. Apparently you can get polishing discs to rub it off but shaving is easier.

Cuppatea14 Fri 09-Jan-15 22:34:09

I cannot take a razor to my face and end up with stubble, I think I'd rather live with the fluff???!! There must be a better way! If anyone's tried threading, what's the re growth like?

Coconutty Fri 09-Jan-15 22:35:27

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OneHandFlapping Fri 09-Jan-15 22:38:01

Because the hair's so fine, there is no perceptible stubble.

Cuppatea14 Sat 10-Jan-15 08:06:29

Do you get it waxed in the salon or diy? If DIY what so you use?

Coconutty Sat 10-Jan-15 08:39:26

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