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How to Remove Female Facial Hair

5 Simple Ways to Remove Facial Hair

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Facial hair can be immensely frustrating to deal with. As we get older, we often experience an increase in facial hair growth. While this is perfectly natural and normal, the reality is that most of us are not interested in dealing with this growth! 

However, there are ways to remove female facial hair. 

In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about hair removal when it comes to keeping your face smooth and hair-free. Here are some of the best options for hair removal.

Threading

eyebrow threading

One of the best ways that you can deal with your facial hair is by threading. Threading is a practice that is believed to have originated in India and the Middle East. It is gaining popularity in the West, though, and you should be able to find threading salons all across the U.S. 

The way threading works is that a cotton thread is pulled across your face to remove hairs. In this sense, it is similar to waxing (which we will discuss next). However, the nice thing about threading is that it is gentler than waxing, and you have less risk of irritation or unwanted skin removal.

While threading can be less risky than waxing, it can still be painful. At the end of the day, your threading practitioner will pull the hair out of your skin. This definitely will hurt more than shaving or creams that dissolve the hair. However, it will also last longer, and many people prefer this method for that reason. 

Waxing

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Waxing can be a great way to remove hair, especially because it tends to last longer than shaving. This is because the hair is pulled up at the roots, not cut off. Waxing is a quick process, but like threading, it is not painless. Therefore, this might not be the best option for you if you have a low pain tolerance.

Though there are at-home waxing kits, this is another one that we recommend leaving to the professionals. The face is the most sensitive part of the body, and a waxing job done wrong can leave significant damage to the skin. 

Certain medications can weaken your skin and lead to a higher chance of damage via waxing, so consider that before you make an appointment at your waxing salon. 

Hair Removal Creams

Facial hair removal cream, female mustach

Hair removal creams can be a good option if you want a pain-free way to remove hair at home. You can typically find them at any drug store that carries hair removal products. And they are completely painless because they dissolve the hair, as opposed to ripping it out. 

However, they don’t come without risk. Hair removal creams use chemicals to dissolve the hair, and if left on too long, they can cause burns. Hair removal cream might not be an option for those with more sensitive skin. 

Before you use your hair removal cream for the first time, you should apply it to a small patch of skin in a discrete area in order to test it. This can help you know whether or not your skin might have a bad reaction to the cream. 

Shaving

Yes, that is right, women can shave their faces too! This can be a good option if you want to be able to remove your hair at home without the help of a professional but you don’t want the risks associated with hair removal creams. 

Of course, even with shaving, there come risks—you might cut yourself, especially if you use a dull blade. It is essential that you take extra care when shaving your face. While no one will notice a cut on your leg while shaving, if you accidentally cut your face while going through your hair removal routine, it’s going to be a bit more noticeable. You are going to want to use a nice shaving cream during shaving. Then, apply a moisturizer afterward. This will help to prevent any irritation that can arise from shaving. 

Bleaching

Even though this isn’t technically a hair removal method, it can significantly reduce how noticeable your facial hair is. If you find that all of the other methods above are too irritating, bleaching might be just the solution for you. 

You can typically find bleaching kits at any beauty supply store. However, it is essential to make sure you get a kit that is specifically formulated for facial hair. 

Remember…

At the end of the day, you might have to try out different hair removal methods to find the one that works best for you. If you do try a hair removal method that causes skin irritation, make sure you let your skin heal fully before you attempt a different approach. With enough trial and error, you will find the method that works best for you.

No More Hair!

Read Next:

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11 Best At-Home Hair Removal Products

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