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    I want to find the best and easiest way to remove hair from my legs and bikini line, I've always been too scared to go for a wax and Immac is messy and takes too long so I've always shaved but it gets on my nerves coz it grows my back so soon.

    What would you say is the best and most long lasting hair removal? And I am willing to try anything this time, I'm gunna be brave and not lazy!!
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    I know a guy who Immac'd his own back.

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    don't like it when men try stuff like that I find it so unnattractive, I like hairy men (not like ape style) I don't like men that try to be all hair free and plastic looking. We call them Spice Boys where I'm from
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiara View Post
    don't like it when men try stuff like that I find it so unnattractive, I like hairy men (not like ape style) I don't like men that try to be all hair free and plastic looking. We call them Spice Boys where I'm from

    Hahahaha...where were YOU when this guy was single? He was always complaining that women didn't like hairy men. And this guy is REALLY hairy. He's the hairiest man I've ever met in my life!

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    laser hair removal

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    What's Immac?

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    Quote Originally Posted by euro-kitty View Post
    What's Immac?

    It's like Nair. I don't think they call it Immac anymore; I can't remember what its new name is.


    EDIT: I just remembered. It's now called Veet. According to Veet's website, they sell their products in the US too.

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    laser hair removal
    I know but that's quite expensive isn't it?

    I did a website the other day for a laser hair removal company and they charged like 70 and that was just for the top lip!!
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    suck it up and go get waxed. its results are far too good to let fear get in the way.

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    It is expensive and takes a long time but I did electrolysis around my bikini line, as have a bunch of my friends, and we love it! It's permanent, but it takes quite a number of sessions. I didn't want to do a laser in that area, and waxing is a lot of pain and continual upkeep for an impermanent solution.

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    waxing is the way to go

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    a tolerance to pain can be built up. sure the first time waxing hurts but over time you take it like a champ. same goes for shots and tattoos. but if you don't try to build up some mental strength and opt to psych yourself out, it will always hurt.

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    yeah Tiara you'd be perfect for laser hair removal b/c it works best on those w/ light skin and dark coarse hair like you and me!

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    or how about epilation?? you can get the little things from Argos n that instead of shaving it goes along and plucks the hair out and the come with icepacks underneath to numb the skin first. This is supposed to be as effective as waxing as your pulling the hair out from the root just not all in one, infront of a strange lady!!

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    Are you talking about those mechanical plucking devices?
    I have one of those. I wouldn't say its as effective as waxing. It's just like manually plucking your hair but it's mechanized so it does it like million times faster. The one I have doesn't pull the hairs from the roots just like when you pluck with a tweezer. And it's more painful unlike waxing which does the job quick with one pull and you can get it over with fast.
    It looks like this?? This one is called the Epilady.http://www.epilady.com/legend.asp

    I would also be a good candidate for laser hair removal since I'm rather on the fair skined side with dark hair but I couldn't afford the repeated treatments. I need to win the lottery!!! I bought Andrea Sugaring kit yesterday and tried it. It was bad. I prefer my Nair Spa roll on wax, it applies thinly and more evenly than the sugaring kit that I got. I want to try Nad's but $30 a jar is a little over my budget.

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