Male facial hair removal (5)

1 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2009-05-04 05:01 ID:2r1kspSH

Hey guys. I got a question. This is serious. I like to dress up like a girl sometimes, especially on Halloween. When I go I try my best to really pass. Most of the time I do a good job, but the facial hair problem! Shaving, no matter how well, doesn't produce a smooth enough result and what's more, it grows back really fast. I have heard horror stories about waxing male facial hair and it's hard enough to find a salon that will do it anyway. Does anyone know how well threading/sugaring works? I am not interested in permanent hair removal, i.e.: laser, electrolysis. Cross-dressing is just an occasional hobby for me. I am not looking for a permanent lifestyle change.

2 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2009-05-05 04:18 ID:cMDDtEep

Threading works, but it takes a looooooong time and quite a bit of patience. Never tried sugaring.

3 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2009-05-11 01:14 ID:AzUwwrL4

Sugaring is more or less like waxing. It only works if your hair is longer, much like waxing. It would probably be best to call salons and ask them on the phone which is best for a male lip. A professional should be able to assist you.

4 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2009-07-22 05:31 ID:FS4bdrax

I've tried sugaring, using a recipe and it's a bitch to work with. Simplest but time consuming? Get a tweezer. Easy to tweezer the upper lip, and front of chin. If you take it slow and pull straight out it won't be back for a while. I've also noticed the hair seems to get thinner, and when it does, you can get away with just shaving.

Neckbeards are tougher. I've used a combination of waxing and shaving. It's impossible to tweezer that part.

5 Name: Anonymous Stylist : 2009-07-28 17:01 ID:niZVAZqA

Why don't you find a gay salon/spa in your city? I'm sure they do all sorts of hair removal for men.

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