All women have facial hair, even super-cool celebs. We're hairy humans and it's nothing to be ashamed of —despite what those super-magnifying mirrors lead us to believe. Still, with that being said, if you're not a fan of peach fuzz, don't feel like you have to sit back and not relax. In fact, there is actually a myriad of ways to de-fuzz your face. Just keep in mind that if you have concerns about excessive facial hair, it's best to seek medical advice in case it may be a sign of another underlying condition. Using their insider insight, Ismiel and Goodman dished out DIY tips, all-natural techniques, and in-office options to get the best facial hair removal methods for both the short- and long-term.
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Taking a hot bath, applying a killer lipstick, trying a new face mask—so many of our beauty routines are downright pleasurable. Too bad the same can't be said for removing hair. If you want to remove hair on your face or body, there's almost no avoiding the "ouch" factor: ingrown hairs , nicks, razor bumps, razor burn, bruising, or some unholy combination of side effects. One hair-removal hack you may not have pondered? Although bleach doesn't actually eliminate hair , it can make hair appear practically invisible, negating the need for shaving, waxing, epilating, and the rest.
Of all the beauty treatments out there, removing your facial hair is one of the least pleasant activities. But de-fuzzing your lip, brows, or chin doesn't have to be difficult or super painful. Facial skin is delicate and often the first thing people see! We talked with top experts in the field, from dermatologists to estheticians to get the lowdown on everything from how to properly shave to the best epilators for your face. So if you want to get rid of that fuzz along your upper lip, hairs on your chin, or sprouts between your brows, here's what you need to know about each possible way, plus the best hair removal products for your face.
Last Updated: May 2, References Approved. This article was co-authored by Marlon Rivas. He is also the founder of Busystyle.