How do you epilate your bikini area?
How to use an epilator on pubic hair:
- Go slow and steady so you don’t miss any spots or break hairs.
- Don’t add too much pressure or the epilator may pinch your skin (ouch!)
- Go against the direction of hair growth for best results.
- Keep your skin tight and taut.
- Keep the epilator perpendicular to your skin.
Does epilating give ingrown hairs?
While ingrown hairs, or hairs that grow back into the skin, can be caused by any form of hair removal, they do tend to be a bit more common when using epilators than with some other methods. “If used correctly, epilators shouldn’t cause ingrown hairs, as they’re meant to remove the hair from the root,” Horn says.
Why are my legs never smooth after epilating?
While it is possible, your legs will probably not be smooth when you first epilate. It really depends on your genetics, when you last shaved, and how you well you epilate. After the first couple of sessions, it’s common that that you may still feel a tiny bit of hair.
Does epilating reduce hair growth?
Much like from waxing, regular use of an epilator can actually reduce or even completely stop hair growth in that area. By waxing or epilating, you are pulling the hair out of the follicle which can in turn damage the follicle, resulting in the inability of the hair to grow back.
Should I epilate my Bikini area?
If you epilate your bikini line regularly, the hairs will grow back more fine and they become even easier to remove. 4. Hairs around your bikini area need to be mid-length; not too long and not too short, between 2-5mm is ideal for epilation.
Can I use the Braun Silk-épil epilator on my Bikini area?
The skin around the bikini area is particularly delicate and sensitive and will need some preparation before you begin epilating. 2. Taking a warm bath or shower before you epilate will open up your pores and make hair removal much easier when using the Braun Silk-épil epilator.
Can epilators remove pubic hair from the Bikini area?
Although this area is typically more sensitive than other body parts, epilators can safely and effectively remove shorter pubic hair from the bikini area. Hairs longer than about 3 mm should be trimmed or removed in another way first before epilating when the hairs start to grow back.
What are the best tips for epilating the pubic area?
The second most important tip for epilating the pubic area is that you must pull the skin taut. Skin in this area is not the tightest and the epilator will just stretch the skin up with the hairs instead of pulling the hairs out quickly and uniformly. And this just makes it that much more painful.