Half leg & bikini line extended waxing is one of the most sought after treatments at our London clinic
. And this is primarily since the rhythm of the modern city makes us save time on hair removal on legs, spending thirty to forty minutes a month, instead of devoting fifteen minutes of our precious time to shaving every day!
Moreover, women are equally willing to do hair removal of the legs or thighs, as well as full leg hair removal.
The lovers of Half leg & bikini line extended waxing highlight the following features of waxing:
- One of the fastest procedures. The practitioner can wax the hair in twenty-five minutes thoroughly.
- Waxing is more economical than sugaring.
- The hair grows thin and less visible.
- We recommend repeating the procedure once a month.
Bikini epilation is the removal of hairs that extend beyond the panty line. “Deep bikini” is the hair removal from the pubis, including the genital lips and between the buttocks. Will you remove all the hairs, or leave a strip, or maybe you want to depict some pattern (bikini design), it's up to you.
Half leg & bikini line extended waxing
So, what is wax depilation? It is a way to get rid of unwanted hair with hot beeswax, heated to specific temperatures. The technique of depilation is pretty simple. The hair bulb is not affected during this procedure.
Consequently, we don't destroy the follicles but only remove the hair shaft. The hair begins to grow after a while again due to the preservation of the bulb. It happens in three weeks usually. However, the new hair grows already less dark and not as thick as before. Therefore, you can achieve that the hairs will become almost invisible after several waxing procedures.
Only professional beauticians, as well as beauty salons and clinics with permission to perform such treatments, may offer Half Half leg & bikini line extended waxing. Like any other type of hair removal, waxing
depilation has specific indications and contraindications. It is worth noting that clients should consult a specialist who can help identify possible individual contraindications before going through this procedure for the first time.