Brazilian Or Hollywood?
The Brazilian and Hollywood are the most preferred type of waxing by clients but there are some differences between the two that they need to be aware of.
What is the difference between Hollywood and Brazilian
A Brazilian wax leaves a small strip of hair on the front, with all hair in-between and through to the backside removed.
A Hollywood wax involves complete removal of all genital hair, resulting in an entirely bald zone. For therapists, this is the easier way to perform.
Some clients believe they need to prepare for an intimate wax by trimming the hairs, but they don’t.
Giving the area a little hair out prior to a Brazilian doesn’t minimise pain or aid the therapist in performing the treatment.
With more hair, you can comb and detangle to ensure better grip of the wax, which aids in removing hair from the root. T
his keeps you smoother for longer and reduces ingrown hairs, so we recommend the waxing to be done in spaces of 4-6 weeks between sessions, depending on how quickly your hair grows.
Another common waxing misconception is that women can’t wax during their period.
Menstrual cycles are a part of life and waxing services needn’t be put on hold due to a once-a-month event.
However, women normally feel more sensitive during this time and it can be experienced all over the body.
We advise our clients to avoid booking treatments for the first day of their cycle, making arrangements towards the end instead.
If you have any more questions about waxing treatment contact us and we will be happy to help.