Five questions to ask your bridal make-up artist

From the venue to the invitations, making sure every element of your wedding day is exactly how your dreamt it can be a tough and stressful task. When it comes to your make-up artist, this is one of the most important jobs of the day, as he/she will decide how you look and feel on your big day. If you’re having some trouble deciding how to pick that perfect person for the job, here are some of the top questions to quiz the candidates with …

  1. Will you be happy to try different looks at the trial if I’m not satisfied?

It’s essential that you’re happy with your overall look, and the best makeup artists factor in time to discuss different looks and hairstyles with you. For example, Sarah Meredith does bridal makeup in Manchester, and allows two hours for the bride’s consultation, with another hour for each additional person in the party. Whether your makeup artist allows fair timing is vital, so you need to understand how in-depth your trial will be.

  1. Can you help me with my accessories?

It’s important to understand the skill level of your makeup artist; do they have experience using different hair pieces? Do they have any additional training for themed make-up? Always make sure they’re capable of what you need, and send them pictures of any accessories or items that need to be tied in to your look. It’s essential you bring these to the trial, to avoid any mishaps on the day.

  1. Where and when will the trial run take place?

Most makeup artists will travel to your home, but it might be useful to visit them at their studio for your trial, if you’re unsure of what you want and would like to see more photographs for inspiration. The trial run shouldn’t be too far away from the day itself, in case you’re unhappy and need to find a new makeup artist, so around 2 months is usually a good time period.

  1. Is travel time included in the price?

Most makeup artists and hair stylists are mobile, and so will factor in travelling time to their prices. However, on occasions where they need to travel a little further than usual, they may charge a premium for this. You need to understand whether your situation requires this, and how much it would be, so don’t be afraid to talk numbers from the beginning.

  1. Are false lashes or lash extensions included in your bridal package?

All makeup artists will differ in their approach when it comes to extras, whether that’s lashes right through to using jewels on your eye makeup. Make sure if you want any extras like this included in your bridal look, that you tell them right from the beginning. The same goes for any bespoke looks, such as those that are more theatrical or movie-inspired creations, which will require more time.

You can find more questions to ask bridal makeup artists here. How did you decide on your wedding beauty expert?


Get Smooth, Hair-Free Skin In Time For Summer



Waxing is a preferred method of hair removal for many people, offering quick yet lasting results and silky smooth skin. 

With the nights getting lighter and weather getting (slightly) warmer, it’s time to start preparing our skin for summer by exfoliating, moisturising and removing excess hair. There are a number of different ways to get rid of facial or body hair, but, for many of us, waxing remains the preferred method of hair removal.

Why waxing?

When it comes to hair removal, there is a huge number of options out there, from shaving to epilation, and hair removal creams to laser treatment. So, why do so many people choose waxing? Waxing is a great solution for getting rid of a large amount of dense hairs, such as those found on your legs and your bikini area. It’s quick and effective and, although not permanent, the results do last several weeks – perfect if you’re going on holiday. It’s also relatively cheap, particularly in relation to more permanent solutions such as laser removal. The more often you wax, the thinner and softer your hairs become, making the treatment less painful and needed less frequently.

DIY vs Salon

It is possible to use wax on yourself at home, but it is not always straightforward, particularly for novices. A lot of home waxing kits use ready-made cold wax strips which are not as effective as hot wax, and if you do use hot wax it can be a very messy affair. Home waxing can also be very painful if you don’t know what you’re doing, leaving you with bruised, sore skin. When in doubt, it’s always best to leave it to the professionals.

Finding a salon

When it comes to getting waxed, finding the right salon or beautician is vitally important, so it pays to do some homework before making an appointment. The most important thing is to make sure that the salon you use follows recommended hygiene practices, such as wearing disposable gloves and using a disposable paper sheet on the bed – otherwise you could risk an infection. If you have sensitive skin it’s also a good idea to ask about the products they use so that you can avoid any harsh chemicals.

With so many beauty salons in Chelmsford, it can be difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff, but word of mouth recommendations are usually a good indicator of quality. Either ask your friends and acquaintances who they use or look online. A quick google search of ‘waxing Chelmsford’ will give you a number of recommendations and reviews.

Mimosa Beauty

One reputable salon offering waxing services in Chelmsford is Mimosa Beauty. Run by founder Jenny Lawson, Mimosa offers a wide range of beauty treatments, but sees waxing as its speciality. The salon offers a full set of waxing services, including the leg, arm, underarm, lip, chin, eyebrows and the bikini area, with prices ranging from £12 to £14.

For leg, arm, chest and back waxes, Mimosa uses Australian Bodycare wax containing tea tree oil which is known for its antiseptic properties, and 90% of the salon’s waxing treatments are carried out with hot wax. Mimosa’s fully trained therapists are committed to good hygiene, wearing disposable gloves and never ‘double dipping’.

Of course, waxing isn’t just for women. More and more men are waking up to the benefits of waxing, and Mimosa also caters for these with waxing treatments for the back, chest and intimate areas.

Be prepared

To get the results you’re looking for it’s important to follow some advice from the professionals. Make sure that the hair you want waxed has been allowed to grow to at least 1/4 cm in length, otherwise it will be difficult for the therapist to remove all the hair, and it is likely to be more painful. You should also exfoliate the area every two to three days in the weeks leading up to your appointment. This will help to minimise the risk of ingrowing hairs, leaving you with silky, smooth skin that you can’t wait to show off.

Extend the Life of Your Hair

Extend the Life of Your Hair

For countless women, how their hair looks and feels is one of the most important items on their to-do list daily.

Yes, some hair days do not come off as planned, but many others do.

That said there are various options on the table for you when it comes to getting your hair the way you want it to look and feel.

Turn to Those Closest to You

For starters, your female family members and girlfriends are oftentimes one of your best sources when it comes to the latest in hair trends. Lean on them to give you some pointers on not only how to make your hair look great, but also extend the life of it.

One of the tools many women turn to for better looking hair would be tape in hair extensions.

Such extensions allow you to find that perfect look, be it straight, curly or wavy. You also have the choices of various colors, giving your hair a different look whenever you decide the time is right for change.

So, how can you find such extensions without lots of time and effort?

As mentioned a moment ago, turning to the different women in your life is a great start.

For example, go with one of them on a trip to their beauty salon (perhaps you even use the same salon). Any stylist you meet with can provide you information on the latest trends in women’s hairstyles. One of those trends may in fact be just what you are looking for, especially if it involves turning to extensions.

Go Online for More Advice

Another option on the table is looking to the Internet for advice on the latest in hair extensions and other such beauty tips.

If you’re not sure where to start, doing a Google search is oftentimes your best option.

You can type in such terms as hair extensions, prices of hair extensions, where to find hair extensions etc. Before you know it, you will have a fair amount of information on hair extensions, giving you some ideas about which ones are best suited for you to wear.

Also keep in mind that not everything you come across online is always going to be 100 percent accurate, especially when consumers write to question or complain about a product. The only way to truly discover which hair extensions are best suited for you is to try them out.

Speaking of consumers and the Internet, looking at social media sites for different hair care companies is not a bad idea either.

Whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube etc. many hair-care companies are active on social networking sites. Better yet, you can oftentimes enter into discussions with other women looking for information on extensions, wigs, the latest color trends etc. By taking part in such conversations, you can find out what might be best as far as your hair-care choices.

Finally, look online for the latest from beauty bloggers.

Many of them give you great insight into what is going on in the beauty world.

Typically, a large number of beauty bloggers share information with one another, attend trade shows and networking events etc. together. As such, they have lots of information to share with consumers, information that could be just what you are looking for when it comes to what is in and out of style at the moment.

So, if the time has come for you to extend the life of your hair with better products, what better way is there than to reach out to those you know and don’t know for advice?

When all is said and done, you will likely have the look and feel you want, making you smile from ear to ear.


When Your own Skin Becomes a Prosthetic Old Age Mask



Our skin is the one organ out of many that keeps changing with season and age. Where new elements associated with seasons are quite manageable, the skin can become thinner, lose fat, and no longer looks as plump and smooth as it once did with age. We can’t do much about these two variables than to accept these changes.

But, wait a minute, are you in your late 20’s or early 30’s and look beyond your actual age? If yes, then there has to be something that you are not doing the way it should be done which is making you look older than you actually are. Look out for the early signs of skin aging which are not happening to someone of your age.

The warning signs of skin problems itself tend to make us look older than we actually are. So, before our self-confidence takes a hit, here are 5 early warning signs of unhealthy skin that you can keep checking. There is a lot to do about it before it is too late:

Premature Wrinkles– Wrinkles and fine lines are destined to be a part of all of our lives. However, some people develop wrinkles prematurely, and this can be distressing. Environmental factors and lifestyle choices are typically to blame for premature wrinkles, so if you notice a few lines showing up, it’s important to make the appropriate changes to your daily life to eliminate your early skin aging and to prevent new wrinkles from forming.

Dark Spots– Dark spots on the face generally point to an underlying health condition or reaction to medicine, or may be your carelessness towards the skin. Also known as hyperpigmentation, they tend to make the skin look unhealthy and age you. Thank god there are sunscreens to prevent dark spots, so avoid going in the sun without them and avoid exposure to UV light as much as you can. But despite of the precautions, if they still find their way to your skin, get timely treatment.

Uneven Skin– It’s most often the skin that has to bear the brunt when anything goes wrong inside our body. Uneven skin is one such outcome of stressed and overtired body from a lack of rest, dehydration or malnourishment. To avoid uneven skin, make sure to get lots of rest, keep yourself hydrated and have healthy eating habits.

Chapped Lips– You may not realize, but lips also fall under skin, the thinnest piece of skin yet striking part on the body. A chapped lip can get painful if not cared for properly. They might crack and start to bleed or develop sores. Chapped lips also give an appearance of negligence. Keep your body appropriately hydrated and moisturized in order to avoid chapped lips.

Flaky Skin– Rough and dry skin is not only unhealthy, but can be responsible for your bad and overage appearance. The skin gets exposed to a lot of elements during the day that can an adversely impact on it, weather conditions being the primary one. Skin tends to become dry in cold conditions if not moisturized properly. Dry or flaky skin can also pinpoint to a more serious disorder like thyroid condition or psoriasis. Keep your skin properly moisturized and remain hydrated to avoid dry or flaky skin.

Rashes– Do you see skin rashes? They are usually one of the early signs of an allergy or a skin condition. So get your rashes checked as soon as they appear. It might be due to any reaction to a product or point to an underlying condition.

Over time, skin begins to age naturally as a fact of life. We all are ready to accept it but not by certain habits of mistakes. It’s never too late to halt any of the above concerns and there are product ranges like Skin doctors cosmeceuticals which understand this. You can go for a natural face lift or products to help women all over the world to look dramatically younger. We wish you stay young forever!

winter skincare dos and donts

Winter Skincare Do’s and Don’ts



Winter – loved by the mind, but hated by the skin. When the weather gets cold, the percentage of moisture in our environment reduces and there is of course the wind, who blows all of the remaining moisture away from our skin. Not to mention the central heating in our homes. Now, when cold and dry weather comes, the keratinocytes (skin cells) lose their water and leave our skin sore. Our skin becomes itchy and much more sensitive to all the damages from the outside. Basically you see that, using just moisturizer, just isn’t enough. Here are some of the things you should be doing and some of the things you definitely shouldn’t be doing during winter.


Switch up some of your skincare products

  • If you were using strong body wash products during summer (when you were fighting with all that sweat), switch to lighter, moisturizing ones.
  • Have you ever heard about the vitamin C serum? This serum is CRUCIAL for skin vitality since it helps your skin to renew collagen which was lost faster during coldness. It reduces wrinkles and rejuvenates your skin
  • Use alcohol free products which have a high concentration of hyaluronic acids in them for the recovery

Use air humidifier

The best way to save your skin from damage is to have home with a healthy level of humidity in it. When your heating is on, the humidity level drops to 10% or less. That is exactly how chapped lips and hands appear. Humidifiers keep the necessary moisture in the air and help your skin health.


Moisturizers protect our skin from all the rough elements in the air. As our clothes get heavier, so should our moisturizers. During summer, we use water-based lotions, but oil-based ones are for the winter. Before applying it, use a toner which is alcohol-free to hydrate your skin. Reapply the moisturizer at least 3 times a day.


People often don’t realize that the UV radiation during winter is almost the same as it is during summer. It has nothing to do with the warmth. This radiation damages your skin big time, but during winter you just don’t notice it. Make sure that you cover all your exposed places (face, neck, hands) with sunscreen that has at least SPF 30.


Make sure that you are always hydrated. An average person needs approximately 8 glasses of water a day in order to function properly. Water helps your digestion and your brain to function and of course, your skin to look its best.

Take care of your hands as well

Eczema and brittle nails aren’t a nice thing to see, right? In order to avoid this from happening, make sure that your hands are covered with a thick layer of hand cream and pampered with a nice and stylish pair of gloves.


Have long, hot showers

Yes, jumping in a hot shower after a cold day, feel just as good as jumping into a cold shower after a summer morning jog. One of these two is great for your body, and the other one is terrible. Can you guess which is which? Let’s put it this way: you know what happens to a chicken when you put it in a hot water? It becomes your lunch. You need to understand that hot water strips all the natural elements from our skin and makes it even dryer than it already is. Instead of steaming your entire bathroom and feigning that you are taking a shower in the deepest depths of hell with the devil himself, switch to a pleasant lukewarm water. You will get used to it eventually.

Cover your dry skin with just makeup itself

You MUST exofilate your skin before applying makeup on it. If you skip exofilation, the makeup you put on will make your skin look flaky and blotchy, and we don’t want that. Every little crack you have will be 10 times more visible. To exofilate quickly, simply gently rub a drenched washcloth over the dry area. After that use a moisturizer and primer and then put on your makeup.

Forget about your lips

Lips are skin too, you know? And did you know that UV lights can damage your lips as well as your face, back or any other body part? Make sure that you always carry a lip balm or a lip block in your purse and on your lips, which has a high amount of SPF in it.

Remember, take care of your body – it is the only place you have to live in.


Khloe Kardashian Party Outfits



How incredible does Khloe Kardashian look right now?! She has come a long way since her younger days to say the least. She’s also been hitting the gym pretty hard over the last year, so we’re not surprised to see her flaunting it all over Instagram!

So with a new body and a new man on her arm, it’s time for a new wardrobe.

We absolutely love this ripped denim and nude tee combo. It’s so relaxed and effortlessly cool. It’s something you can throw on one morning for a comfy day shopping, or for our not-so warm weather in the UK, just pop on a bomber jacket over the top for all the warmth.

How incredible does she look in this white body con dress as well?! Khloe has paired it was a pair of knee-high nude suede boots and a nude clutch with fur detailing.

Do you want to dress like Khloe Kardashian? Khloe’s wardrobe is a girl’s dream. With floor to ceiling mirrors, fresh peonies and scented candles. Here’s some tip tips on nailing Khloe’s trendy vibe – think trends, leopard print and being confident…

  1. Leopard print

She loves leopard print shoes, dress and bags. She’s not afraid to stand out and be different.

  1. Shoes, shoes, shoes

Khloe owns 235 pairs of shoes, 71 of them being Louboutin (!!!). They’re all extremely high and the majority are, you guessed it, in leopard-print. Khloe is a no-flat girl.

  1. Jumpsuits and Maxi Dresses

They’re both stylish and super comfortable. They’re every-day throw-ons so there’s no hassle planning outfits or feeling restricted when running errands.

  1. Trendy with a twist

Make an everyday trend with your own spin on it. Khloe’s all about being unique and adding a personal spin to an outfit.

  1. Be confident

Be confident in what you wear, don’t wear something you’re not comfortable in. Wear figure-flattering clothes!

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The All Essential Guide To Being Boho Chic

Fashion has always been an important aspect of contemporary culture; however, in recent decades the issue of fashion has moved beyond the runways and become an element in all areas of modern society. Nowadays, there are numerous trends being followed in every area of the globe and these trends change as soon as they arrive. To stand out as a unique individual, it is important to find a trend and, in the fashion world, “work it, baby”! One of the most popular fashion trends focusing on individuality and the means of expressing personality is the bohemian style of dressing. This fashion style stems from the hippie and gypsy culture of the 1960s with flowing robes and an accompanied flowing mindset. This article will provide insight into the bohemian fashion style and some top tips on how to be boho chic.

When choosing a particular style of fashion, it is important to not only try all the styles but at least observe each one to see if your personality fits. If you are one that is exploring the bohemian designs, the chances are that you have examined the more contemporary fashions and are intrigued by the less formal or stringent techniques. The good news is that this free-flowing ideal is not only a fun and drifting style, but with the fashionista and celebrities embracing it bohemian design has become a chic trend. Sienna Miller was a fashion icon who found bohemian clothing particular exciting and would constantly adorn the jewelry, belts, and dresses that fall into the category of boho chic.

The way to embrace boho chic-ness is to locate and explore the accessories used in the fashion category. Bold accessories are the most popular alternative in the bohemian world with heavy belts, boots, chains, and over-sized earrings. Imagine the 1960s hippies with their long earrings and wide belts; then imagine wearing those over several layers of earthy toned material and you have bohemian styling. The long necklaces of the hippies and gypsies paired with these scarves and over-stated earrings are some of the most prominent styling in bohemian fashion making them essentials in any boho chic wardrobe.

It is important to note, and hardly necessary to discuss, that the fabrics are as significant as the accessories. To become a bohemian it is vital that you embrace the earliness of the bohemian culture. Rich fabrics, such as lace and brocade, are some of the most popular alternatives for both winter and summer designs. Gray, purple, green, and mustard yellows should be considered when draped against black t-shirts and sweaters. The feminine flowing look is a desirable appearance for the ensemble and this can be achieved by using skirts and culottes instead of floor-length dresses. If, however, you are more attracted to heavier fabrics such as velvet or tweed, you could use these as undertones increasing their “bohemian-ness” with some relevant bold accessories. The exciting aspect of boho chic is that there are no rules. This fashion culture is about self-expression and anything goes.

Removing Makeup Stains from Clothes

Removing Makeup Stains from Clothes


We’ve all been there – you’re up to date on the latest makeup trends, you’ve finally found the perfect white blouse for work, and you love it. Unfortunately, your foundation loves it too – a little too much – and now it’s all over the collar. And your boyfriend’s designer polo got a little too close for comfort with your eyeliner when you both cried through Four Weddings last night. And you know what else has been making new friends? Your best towel – the one that’s now covered in nail varnish. It’s not looking great for that lovely scarf that blew into your face and got stuck on your lipstick, either.

But don’t despair  – stain removal is possible, even for tough cosmetic stains. The good news is that cosmetics don’t need to be a death sentence for clothes and linens. Read on for tips on removing these stubborn offenders from a variety of fabrics.


Powders are the easiest products to remove, as they don’t contain as many oils as liquid foundations. Next time you drop your compact upside down in your lap, take the time to brush and pat as much powder out of the fabric as possible – a small, soft brush can help. If liquid foundation is your problem, gently wipe away much excess as you can with a damp cloth – avoiding rubbing the stain deep into the fabric. Don’t scrub!

When you’ve removed as much powder or liquid as you can, check the item to see what it’s made of. Cottons, polyesters, and other common fabrics are easy to handle – just rub a little biological washing liquid into the stain, leave it for a few minutes, then wash the item as hot as the label allows.

Remember – there are special washing and stain removal rules for things like silk. Always check the packaging of the product you’re using, as well as the care label on the garment.

Eyeliner and Mascara

Eyeliner and mascara contain greases and pigments which can lead to particularly tough stains. Don’t try to wipe away either of these products – you’ll likely rub the stain further into the fabric! Instead, fill a basin with lukewarm water, add half a cup of biological detergent, then soak the garment in it for four or five hours.

The idea is to encourage the cosmetic to lift out of the fabric. After a good soaking, wash the garment as you normally would. Don’t be tempted to make the wash unusually hot – you might “cook in” the stain!

Nail Varnish

Nail varnish is a tricky number, and its stain removal needs to be approached carefully. First, turn the garment inside out, or around – you’re looking for the back of the stain. Make sure there’s no doubled up fabric, and place a wad of tissue underneath the front of the stain. Now – soak a cloth in acetone or nail varnish remover, and apply it to the back of the stain.

The idea is to get the varnish to dissolve from behind and flake away. If you attack the stain from the front, you may run the risk of rubbing the dyes in the varnish directly into the clothing you’re trying to save!

When you’re happy that the varnish is gone, wash your garment as normal to get rid of the acetone.


Lipstick contains various waxes, making it tricky to remove from clothes. The first thing to try should always be dabbing with biological detergent – sometimes this is enough.

If not, check the garment’s label for colourfast indicators, as this next step isn’t suitable for all dyes.

If the detergent didn’t work, and the garment is colourfast, it’s time to try methylated spirits. This strong-smelling liquid is available from most DIY stores. Apply the spirits sparingly in a well-ventilated area, and always read the bottle for extra safety instructions. To neutralise the spirits, apply a few drops of eucalyptus oil, which you can purchase from your chemist. Afterwards, be sure to complete the stain removal process by washing the garment at the highest heat setting possible!

Cara Delevingne

Clients Want Brows Like Cara Delevingne — Give Them What They Want!



If you haven’t heard of Cara Delevingne, popular model and actress, then chances are you’ve been living under a rock. You can see her in the most recent blockbuster, Suicide Squad, in which she starred as the anti-hero, the Enchantress. Even if you don’t know her by name, you know her by her signature look: her thick, dark eyebrows. Because of Cara, as well as other celebrities like Lily Collins and Kendall Jenner, it’s become cool to have full, well-defined brows again.

Aside from celebrities making it cool, there are other reasons why people want to have thicker brows. Health disorders, illnesses, and medical treatments (like chemotherapy) can result in the loss of the hair. Meanwhile, some people naturally have less hair, with brows that don’t properly frame their eyes. There are those who are embracing the recent trend of wearing minimal, natural-looking makeup. A bold brow replaces bold makeup, letting those who go fresh-faced still have a defined and accented look.

The latest beauty enhancements let you achieve this look, solving issues of hair loss without relying on makeup. Brow embroidery, or microblading, is a semi-permanent way to create a thick, well-defined brow. Microblading, as the name suggests, uses micro blades to create pigmented incisions that take on the look of natural, three dimensional hair. Since it involves breaking the skin, even as shallow as these cuts are, it must be performed by those who have trained at a high-quality facility that meets all FDA, Health Canada, and EMA standards of excellence and protocol. This status is only possessed by the Lashforever Canada facility. You can read more about their commitment to offering elite training relying on the best products and techniques by visiting With a simple click of the button you can enroll in one of their classes, too.

If you plan on making a career out of handling eyebrows, taking one of these classes is essential to your success. An HDI Embroidery Brow class lets you master the technique of microblading, so you can safely and effectively deliver thick, luscious, and beautiful looking results to all of your clients. You’ll learn the best ways to define a strong arch and fill in sparse brows with natural looking hair. Enroll so the next time you get a customer who wants the iconic look of Cara Delevingne, you can confidently deliver exactly what they want: full, thick, and gorgeous looking eyebrows.

Top Things You Need to Know About Hair Removal

Top Things You Need to Know About Hair Removal


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Hair removal is often a tricky subject to discuss. Although there are a lot of tips and tricks on how to effectively remove (unwanted) hair from different parts of the body, there are still plenty of misconceptions and myths circulating among women. Whether you’re trying to do some tidying up down there or you simply want to have clean, beautiful legs for the season, these are some of the most important things to keep in mind.

Know Your Gadgets

There are plenty of hair removal gadgets designed specifically for women. Before you shop for one, however, it is important that you know the different products available and how they can be used for hair removal.

An epilator, for instance, is a great replacement for waxing and razors. Epilators work really well for removing soft hair from your legs and other parts of the body. You will get a smooth finish that lasts longer too. However, it is not designed to remove longer or thicker hair.

For that, you need a trimmer. A trimmer is for grooming the bikini line and removing coarser hair. It is usually small and can handle thicker hair as well as tough spots. You can use a trimmer before you use an epilator to get the results you want.

It’s Okay to Trim or Shave

One of the most common misconceptions about shaving is that it will cause your hair to grow back thicker and darker. This is actually not true. You can shave certain parts of your body and get great results without having to worry about the hair growing back thicker.

The rate at which your hair regrows depends on a lot of things, including your diet and your hormones, but shaving and trimming will not affect that rate. That said, trimming and shaving are not the methods to use for permanent hair removal.

If you’re looking for a more permanent result, the right hair removal cream or a series of laser treatments is the better way to go. Be sure to pick a suitable treatment depending on the sensitiveness of your skin to avoid any unwanted side effects.

Removal Creams Can Remove All

One last thing to remember when it comes to removing hair with creams is to use the right cream based on your skin and the hair you want to remove. No, you can’t just use an over-the-counter hair removal cream and expect it to do magic.

For starters, hair removal cream is not for removing facial hair. A lot of women suffer from rashes and flakey skin because they use creams meant to be used on the legs or other parts of the body to remove facial hair.

More importantly, the available hair removal creams are not designed to remove thicker hair as well. They are best for legs and underarms and they can help remove softer hair effectively. Be sure to read the instructions that come with the hair removal product for more details on how to use it properly.

Now that you know these basic things about hair removal, you can get that smooth skin you want using the correct methods. You’ll have much better results and can easily avoid unnecessary risks and side effects along the way.