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scarlet7 asked:

28 Oct 2011

Is fifteen too young to do the upper lip?

hey, okay its not like the hair pops out or something, but its a bit visible, ive got tanned skin and also what are thepros and cons of doing it?does the hair grow back thicker?



isy says:

Posted on 28 Oct 2011

Hey, I was only 17 when I started but a lot of my friends started much younger. I think that 15 is ok. I started off with laser hair removal, but it did not work for me, it was expensive, the hair grew back quickly and i got a dark patch around my mouth.
I also heard that waxing is not the best option because after long term use it discolours the skin, but i have no proof of this so its best to ask around.

What I go for twice a month is THREADING, the first time it hurts, but you get used to the pain after a while lol. My hair generally grows very fast so I need to go twice a month, but on average I think once a month is ok.


dragana94 says:

Posted on 28 Oct 2011

I'm 17 and I haven't done it yet,cuz it's not that visible.But lots of my friends did it,so 15 is fine :)


jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 28 Oct 2011

So, by doing, do u mean waxing or something else like laser? waxing is okay, but may not be necessary. Have you ever tried a cream? That may work and is cheaper and less painful. Just, please don't use too much. Because it can really burn. LOL


mimi_anetionete says:

Posted on 29 Oct 2011

wax it , pluck it, use cream... for gods sake dont shave it lmao
its ONLY if you shave it will grow back thicker and darker.


sweetdollchelle says:

Posted on 30 Oct 2011

I definitely agree with Mimi. I started with waxing, but I didn't see the need when I can just maintain easily with plucking. Shaving is never recommended! You can also use an epilator, which is probably my favorite method for hair removal.

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