Check the consistency of the Pure Hot Wax. It should look like honey, but still be thick enough to remain on the spatula.
Spread it on the chosen area in a thin, even layer. Place a wax strip on top, and with firm pressure, run your hand down the length (and in the direction of hair growth) to ensure the wax adheres to the hair.
With a flick of your hand, remove the strip in a quick movement. Make sure it’s against the direction opposite to hair growth and the strip remains parallel to the skin.
Continue waxing by repeating steps 2 and 3 till you have hair-free skin on all body areas.
Finish by cleaning any residual wax with water or a wet cloth.
BEE BETTER AT SILKIER, SMOOTHER WAXING
- When not to wax: skin is broken, inflamed, or sunburned.
- When to wax to prevent breakage: the hair has grown to ¼ of an inch.
- How to warm wax: in a wax warmer or by submerging the Pure Hot Wax tin in hot water for 20 minutes. Stir sporadically to get the consistency right.
- What to do before waxing: patch test for optimal temperature and put on some Honeybee Tunes.