FRK Good home wax brand?

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  1. Paintballer

    Paintballer Choo Choooo....

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    I shave my head and shave my pubic region and am getting tired of shaving so often and would like to wax. Dont really have the money to have a salon do it all the time, therefore I wanna do it at home.

    Can anyone suggest a good wax or wax kit I can use at home?




    I have tried Nair on my head before, Didn't go so well. Ended up with burn spots on my head, I followed the instructions to a T too.
     
  2. Mr. Bungle

    Mr. Bungle *lube'n up the shock paddles*

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    Good question....
     
  3. jimbob200521

    jimbob200521 Only the dead are forever young...

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    I'm also kinda interested in this...
     
  4. pigeon

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    hay guyz

    this is the brand i use:
    http://www.parissa.com/

    it's not as easy as a salon wax, obviously (i mean, of course it's easier to let someone else do it for you) but it's a lot cheaper. it works fine for me.

    I have a box of the hot wax kit but i haven't used it yet - i'm a little nervous to use hot wax on myself - but i have used the cold wax strips and they work well. I'm sure the hot wax would have even better results.
     
  5. Paintballer

    Paintballer Choo Choooo....

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    Thanks pigeon........I'll have to try that out sometime.

    Anyone else? Surely more people in here wax than just one.......anyone? :big grin:
     
  6. demosnat

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    I've never had any luck with DIY waxing, sorry. I used nair microwavable wax once, it was freaking terrible: consistancy of honey, didn't harden all of the way etc.
    Salon FTW when you can afford it. Be sure to follow up with skin tend.
     
  7. pigeon

    pigeon wasabi

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    the kind i use comes already on plastic sheets, you just rub your hands on it a minute to warm it up, stick it on and peel it off. it doesn't always get ALL the hairs, but it's easy. and there's an "after oil" to help get rid of the residue. :dunno: it's not the best out there, but it's one. if there's others, i too would to find out :mamoru:
     
  8. lauren

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    have had good luck with gigi stuff....except i need a new melter pot thingy. used their microwave sugar based kind last, and it worked as well as real wax. pretty surprised. :o


    they also make brazilian hard wax, which i found to be a disaster. cloth strips ftw.
     
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    wait, your head? fuck no. :eek4:
     
  10. demosnat

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    thats what they use in the salon I went to once, it didn't hurt as bad if I recall correctly.
     

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