Of all the beauty treatments out there, removing your facial hair or any hair , for that matter is one of the least pleasant activities — but it doesn't have to be difficult as long as you choose the right method for your preferences, hair type, and needs. We talked with top experts in the field, from dermatologists to estheticians to get the lowdown on everything from plucking to lasering. So if you want to get rid of that fuzz along your upper lip, hairs on your chin, or sprouts between your brows, here's what you need to know about each possible way. Chances are, plucking is the route with which you're most familiar. After all, tweezers are commonplace in most households so they're the easiest to reach for when you see some strays.
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How to Remove Facial Hair From Your Chin, Upper Lip, and More
How to remove facial hair at home: Best ways
There was a time, not that long ago, when the state of your mustache was considered classified information. But with beauty entrepreneur Huda Kattan sharing her face-shaving routine on Instagram, and actress Thandie Newton flashing a selfie while bleaching her upper lip, it's safe to say facial hair removal tools are coming out of the shadows. Whether you groom your lady beard or not, remember: There is nothing abnormal about growing hair on your face. It's biology. The areas that are most testosterone-receptive? The upper lip, chin, and sideburns.
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Facial Hair Removal Guide: How to Remove Every Unwanted Hair From Your Face
Hair removal—and whether or not to remove hair at all—is a very personal choice. We mean that literally. While removing hair on most parts of your body is no biggie, removing it from your face takes extra TLC. As Shay Moinuddin, R.
Picture this: It's a breezy August night and you by this, I mean me are curling your lashes with your favorite Dior mascara before heading out to a dinner with your bestie, when you peer into the magnified mirror, gasp, look again, and realize that you by this, I mean me have a massive, protruding, curly, dense dark hair sticking out of your left nostril. So I did what every medical professional warns against: I grabbed my trusty Tweezerman and went to work, yanking out the stubborn little bastard while my eyes watered. How long had it been there? Who's noticed, but not said anything? Is this the start of a contentious, unruly, hairy relationship that is sure to have a very knotty ending?