Sunday, 11 July 2010

Hair removal!

Hello girlies!!!

Well all of us girls out there has the problem with hair removal.

Im just trying to find a solution where you dont have to shave practically everyday or every other day :(

I've tried quite a few things.

Such as hair removal cream, I cant remember the name, but it smelt terrible. So there was no way I was going to use it again.

I also have a Remington rechargeable shaver, which is ok, for small areas, such as shaving your neck. But it's no good for doing your legs. Plus, just like shaving, it just cuts off the hair leaving that stubbly feeling behind. Which is just not nice at all.

And then theres the old fashioned razor! Which I always seem to result back to, it's an ok solution however it also leaves that stubble.

So lately, I've really been wanting to try an epilator. But I do not have the first clue on them lol.

So have any of your girlies tried epilating? Do you have any recommendations for a good eppilator? I am looking for something affordable, preferably not costing more than £30?

Is there any other good hiar removal treatments you've tried?

Thanks for reading :)


  1. I haven't tried the epilator yet. Sounds painful. Waxing and shaving is all I have ever tried. I prefer waxing xx

  2. aww right. Online it seems that epilators are better because you dont have to wait till the hair gets a certain length lol
    i havent tried waxing

  3. I have always preferred waxing like you say, it's a pain having to leave the hair to grow for so long before you can get rid. I use an epilator and have the Braun silk epil (pink) which I think cost about 30 pounds, it's really good. I have recently seen adverts for one which you can use wet and dry which I like the idea of because you can take it in the shower with you. One thing I must warn you of though is that it does really hurt the first few times that you do it, but it stops hurting after a while. The folicles must get used to having hair pulled out all the time. It usually lasts about 5-7 days when I epilate and the re growth is much less visible than shaving.