We all have some unwanted facial hair and sometimes it can grow in awkward places like your cheek or your chin, so here are five hair-removal techniques to consider.
Waxing is a good option for any area of the face—and you can count on hair-free skin for four to eight weeks. Just make sure to prep properly and take care of your skin afterward.
Threading is similar to waxing in that it pulls hair from the root for long-lasting results. The treatment has similar results to waxing, but it may be less painful since it doesn’t take the top layer of skin off. If you’ve ever experienced sensitivity to waxing, you may want to try this option next time.
In salons and spas, tweezing is used primarily for touch-ups. If you have a stray hair on the cheek or chin.
Laser hair removal for the face is a not very popular in Nigeria unlike most developed countries. Not only will the hair grow back thinner and lighter, but fewer will grow back over time. Laser therapy may not be the best option for the hairline, though.
Yes, you can shave your face. Keep in mind, though, that a razor doesn’t pull hair from the root. It’s effective when you’re in a bind but not ideal as your go-to for facial hair-removal method.