If done properly, it shouldn’t hurt all that much. Wash the area with a lightly soapy cloth, dry immediately, then apply a light coating of talc, then proceed to wax. What hurts is the wax pulling at the top skin layer. Using the above method, the hairs are the only things to get stuck to the wax (or sugaring paste, if you prefer that). Pulls out the hairs cleanly and nothing else. :D
Mr. Miyagi didn’t have hair on his back. Many Japanese don’t have too much hair on their bodies. I had two Japanese boyfriends in my life so I’m speaking from experience.
Why anyone uses wax when a cream works perfectly well I’ll never understand. I used Nair years ago and it worked perfectly with no pain -all done in ten minutes.
Wasn’t his first name Hairy?
Love me for who I am…not what I look like.
Is this hair brained, ops sorry, backed cartoon idea ever going to end?
Why does the hair on your body bother you? Or is it that the hair bothers others who then bother you?
Strange a hairy back but a hairless chest…..strange but true?
Vanity of vanities; all is vanity. Or as my mother used to say when she was brushing the tangles out of our hair, “Sometimes it hurts to be beautiful.”
Duct tape! Just ask Wallace’s dad.
I think she’s enjoying this too much.
Rip ’em out by the roots! :D