I Hate Facial Hair! Here Are Some Ways You Can Get Rid Of Yours!




The thing about facial hair is that most women hate it! You might not think it, but facial hair can have a devastating impact on a woman's confidence. They may feel that it prevents them from achieving certain goals in life, such as getting a date or a job.

There isn't a woman on Earth that doesn't suffer from facial hair. It's a common issue, yet it's one many of us consider a taboo subject! Do you hate facial hair as much as I do? If so, today's blog post is for you! Here are some ways that you can get rid of yours.


Plucking

Do you have a few random hairs on your face? If so, plucking is the way forward. You don't need me to tell you that it isn't a pain-free experience. But, on the plus side, it's a quick, easy and free method of facial hair removal!

I recommend using a good pair of tweezers to get the job done. Otherwise, you could end up hurting yourself more than you need to, and you could damage your skin too. Plucking is a brilliant idea to remove unwanted hairs on or around your chin, for example. And you can use it to remove any rogue hairs from your eyebrows.

Waxing

Do you suffer from hairy lips? Does your upper lip produce a five o'clock shadow? If the answer to either question is yes, it's worth waxing your lips.

You can carry out a DIY job in the comfort of your home, or you can get a pro to wax you. In either case, it's worth knowing that waxing will sting. So, if you've got a low pain threshold, bear that fact in mind!

Waxing usually lasts longer than plucking. It's a good choice if you want an option that offers long-term results.


Laser hair removal

The process of laser hair removal involves the destruction of hair follicles. Laser "pulses" get directed to each pore, and the process doesn't damage surrounding skin.

Prices are affordable to the masses, and are safe and effective on all skin tones. The downside is you cannot have the work done if you're pregnant, trying for a baby or are breastfeeding.

Shaving

Pretty much all women I know shave their facial hair at some point. If guys can do it, why can't the girls? As you can imagine, it's quite easy and effective to shave your facial hairs away.

It doesn't hurt in the slightest, and it's something you can do in the shower. I don't know why some women find shaving a taboo subject. After all; the majority of women do it! There are plenty of ladies razors on the market, not to mention shaving gels and foams too.

Depilatory cream

Last, but not least, you can use depilatory cream products on your face. I'll admit it's not something I use, but that's because it never seemed to work for me. Of course, that isn't the case in general, so it's worth giving such products a try.