Tuesday, 31 January 2017 03:39

Tools of the Trade: Hair Removal

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Trendsetters give insight on the tools they recommend 
for hair removal.


 

Lina-KennedyLKAlexandria Professional President
Lina Kennedy
"The reason I love our CC'Me cream is that it's the perfect addition to any hair removal treatment – including sugaring, hair removal, waxing, electrolysis, and laser – in order to calm and cool the skin. Clients can use CC'Me before a treatment to reduce discomfort and after to calm the skin and help prevent and reduce histamine reactions caused by vellus hair extraction. It's a great, dual-purposed product to help make hair removal as comfortable as possible."

alexandriaprofessional.com



 

 

 


Lotta-HenleyLH

Select Spa Source Co-Owner
Lotta Henley
"Known in Europe as 'film wax,' Brazilian Blue Hardwax stays pliable without getting brittle, even on the edges. It applies thin, dries much faster, and still creates a strong but flexible layer in which the hairs are fixed. Our customers rave that Brazilian Blue makes the treatment quicker with less product, making it very economical. The wax does not get stringy or break during application, staying flexible throughout the treatment."

resinebyhairaway.com

 

 


Lindsay-MillerLMLYCON USA President
Lindsay Miller
"LYCON Lycojet Lavender Hot (Hard) Wax is known as the super hero wax! It shrink wraps and removes hair as short as one millimeter, meaning there is no need to tweeze! Lycojet is extra gentle, with soothing chamomile and lavender. It makes waxing easy; is practically pain-free; is excellent for all sensitive areas, including Brazilians; and is perfect for use on touch up hairs that strip wax can miss."

lyconusa.com

 

 

 

 


downloadtweezersTweezerman
"It is easy to love a product when it loves you back. Tweezerman's favorite tool is the Slant Tweezer. Simple to use, it provides expert results while saying goodbye to the traditional idea of 'plucking.' The 25-degree angle makes it easy to grab and smoothly glide out each entire hair; there are no broken stubbles or black dots left behind. We recommend using the very tip for any short, tricky, or hard-to-reach hairs. You can count on the Slant to create a flawlessly clean look every time."

tweezerman.com

 

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