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Niki Viswanathan



I am an expert in hair removal, especially when using epilators and dealing with ingrown hair.

12 Apr 1976
United States

When it comes to hair removal using epilators or hair removal devices, no one comes close to my skill! Got ingrown hair problems? Terrified of epilator pain? Worry not, just stay tuned on my blog for wonderful epilator tips and other hair removal methods.

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Published on: 12 Apr 2018 by beinghairless

How to use an epilator properly

How I started with epilators?

Why am I writing about epilators anyway? Because I wish to share even more about things I really do or am thinking about or think could possibly be beneficial to others besides travel. In the beginning, when I was new to epilators, I was so much in need of a guide for epilator tips and searched high and low for a guide on how to use an epilator. But then I found none at that time! For nearly all of this past year, I halted shaving my hip and legs. I stopped for a number of reasons. Initially, I purchased my epilator because I didn’t like my hairy hands. Ha! I thought I can then easily epilate my hip and legs, I thought I possibly could spend less amount of time in the shower shaving along with save money from not really buying razors and place much less garbage in the landfills.

Therefore win-win for me personally and everyone! When I started using my epilator, I let my leg hairs grow in. Only me would be touching my hip and legs and I'd only really end up being noticing them when training in the fitness center. So they grew. Therefore, it looked gross but organic and normal. After that rip. I yanked out the hairs on my hip and legs with the epilator. I've a fairly high pain threshold therefore things such as tattoos, waxing, etc. usually do not bother me. When my leg hair grew back in, it had been very fine. So good that even when it can grow back again I don’t spot the locks unless I’m looking at my hip and legs in a yoga course. A couple of things; I can’t epilate my armpits and my bikini area. I could do the bikini area but nothing at all further in. Hence, I get waxing done when essential for bikini region and I really do shave my pits.

Therefore, yes, I still make use of a razor for that however, and it’s such little area. I am uncertain if that is something you'd be into but it’s significantly life-changing for me personally. I love to spend enough time in the shower shaving. When I was shaving my hip and legs the hair grows back again, so it gets very stubbly. Then my hair grows back again fine and even. So, if it is continuing to grow, it doesn’t bother me because it’s not itchy and I hardly notice it.

So how to use an epilator?

It really is recommended that you should have a warm bath or perhaps shower before put it to use in order that your follicles of hair will be clear and your hair should come away more readily but I must confess in reality I often forgot to get this done or perhaps dedicate such a long time psyching myself up that as soon as I really get around to it my hip and legs have long forgotten my warm shower. You then pretty much ensure you get your leg out and put it to use just like a shaver.

I believe the initial few occasions you make use of it definitely hurts more but after a while it will get incredibly easier. Putting wax on is usually quick and so I assume the fact that it’s over so promptly can make it far less agonizing in contrast to epilating which usually does take a little bit longer since you happen to be performing it yourself and then stopping a whole lot. Needless to say, though it gets way less distressing with time.

It may be much better than trimming for a couple of factors but mainly since it can take so long to come back after epilating. Immediately after trimming I routinely realize that the next few days I am stubbly yet again but after epilating it can last for a long time, additionally, it grows back much finer and the guarantee is that (as indicated by my mother) over time enough it barely grows back whatsoever so honestly, that is wonderful.

I’m gonna be honest, half way through my first underarm session I did not believe it was possible to complete my session but now when it's done I can say 100% yes, that epilation can be done easily after a few sessions. Trimming is really simple and convenient, and I understand the charm of shaving but as a long term, affordable remedy epilating is a great choice. Furthermore, I realize that once i shave my armpits I may have a practically visible shadow that shows up after a day where the hair will soon come back out, because at the time you epilate it eliminates everything right down to the root. It truly does appear so much cleaner. Additionally, it significantly drops your likelihood of having an ingrown hair as is thus normal with waxing and shaving, and that’s absolutely an advantage of epilation.

If you found my guide on epilator tips helpful, head over
to this guide on how
to use an epilator
, which helped me a great deal when I started epilating.


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