Do men have hair that is thicker and more difficult to remove with wax?
Male hair is naturally thicker and harder, which also makes it more difficult to remove than female hair. Therefore, during male epilation, with both wax and sugar paste, there is a greater risk of tearing the depilated hair. Irritation on the skin may appear after depilation more often than in women. For this reason, it is good to use epilation in offices that are experienced in hair removal not only for women, but also for men.
Compendium of knowledge about Men's Waxing
- What parts of the body are most often epilated by men?
- Do men have hair that is thicker and more difficult to remove with wax?
- What is the best wax to use on a men's bikini?
- Does male epilation help maintain body hygiene?
- Is male epilation safe for health?
- Is men's hair removal a popular procedure at Easy Waxing?
- Do women like depilated men?
- Men's waxing or shaving with a razor - what's better?
- In which sports disciplines is male epilation recommended?
- Is it possible to epilate the nose in men?
- Is it possible to epilate men's ears?
- Men's epilation with wax or cream - which is better?
- Is men's epilation already a standard?
- Why do cyclists have their legs shaved?
- Why do swimmers go to men's hair removal?