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crazykitten20 Sun 28-May-17 22:27:39

Evening ladies

What do you recommend for the above?

Thank you

flowersflowers

TheWayYouLookTonight Sun 28-May-17 22:31:42

I have a triple-blade razor with replacement blades delivered on subscription from:

www.ffs.co.uk/

It's fab!

AStickInTime Sun 28-May-17 23:10:59

I use Philips electrics shaver for underarms because I use the Lumea IPL treatment. I then use Gillette fusion for my legs, figuring out that men make razors for themselves and probably do a better job than they would for female products. I buy replacement heads on subscribe and save from Amazon.

sphinxster Sun 28-May-17 23:29:57

Waxing for underarms. Hurts like hell the first time but it's life changing (might be exaggerating).

crazykitten20 Mon 29-May-17 08:51:54

Thanks so much everyone ! Do you have to let your hair grow a bit before waxing?

Iamastonished Mon 29-May-17 08:52:44

I epilate.

readyforno2 Mon 29-May-17 08:54:11

The hair doesn't need to be as long as you think. A week growth is enough for me to be waxed.
It's honestly not as painful as you'd imagine. Take a couple of painkillers before you go.

Fluffycloudland77 Mon 29-May-17 09:13:02

Underarm waxing should be done with hot wax ie no paper is needed to remove it. It's less painful than strip wax.

I use a twin blade razor, no moisturising strip because they play havoc with spray tans, from bic.

BeyondThePage Mon 29-May-17 09:15:36

Venus razor, or gillette or.... whatever was cheap on offer but stays sharp.

Fragglez Mon 29-May-17 09:18:13

Cheap men's razors - they are better than the women's ones.

Not the ones with the safety wires, they are crap.

crazykitten20 Mon 29-May-17 11:04:33

So much good advice. Thanks so much!

SuperFlyHigh Mon 29-May-17 12:13:17

I just use a Venus razor but change blades fairly frequently. Don't get the ones with moisturising strips (like wax) they're useless!

I don't wax (apart from bikini line) as I don't like letting the hair grow long or the pain.

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