Strip waxing – High Bikini wax,
At Strip, we have our own, ‘Strip Way’ of doing things, to give you the best experience possible. From our unique surroundings, to our wonderful world-class therapists, our entire focus is to ensure you have a virtually pain-free wax whilst enjoying our welcoming and personalised experience.
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Strip Waxing – High BikiniWax is a hair removal technique that involves the use of wax and fabric or paper strips. The wax is applied in a thin layer over the area where hair is to be removed, and then a strip of fabric or paper is pressed onto the wax. The strip is then quickly pulled off in the opposite direction of hair growth, taking the hair with it.
A high bikini wax is a type of strip waxing that focuses on hair removal from the pubic area, but leaves more hair than a Brazilian wax. This style typically removes hair from the sides and top of the bikini area, leaving a strip or triangle of hair in the center.
Before getting a strip wax or high bikini wax, it’s important to prepare your skin. Make sure the area to be waxed is clean and dry. Avoid using any lotions, oils, or other products on the skin, as these can interfere with the waxing process.
During the waxing process, the technician will apply the wax in small sections and then quickly remove it with the strip. This process can be uncomfortable or even painful, especially in sensitive areas. However, the pain is typically short-lived and the results can last for several weeks.
After the waxing is complete, the technician may apply a soothing cream or oil to help calm the skin and reduce redness or inflammation. It’s also important to avoid any activities that may irritate the skin, such as swimming or using hot tubs, for at least 24 hours after waxing.
Overall, Strip Waxing – High BikiniWax can be an effective way to remove unwanted hair from the pubic area. However, it’s important to choose a reputable salon and technician who is experienced in this type of waxing to minimize the risk of complications such as burns, infections, or ingrown hairs.