Anyways...moving on :) I have the most amazing mother ever..she is seriously like my best friend (and i'm not just saying this b/c she is reading it)! Growing up she became an expert eye-brow and face waxer and tried with all of her might to keep my hairy face groomed (let's just say i am not the best about maintenance but I think we have already figured that out)! When I moved away I no longer had the convenience of mom's waxing service and so I ...gasp...had to pay other people to do it for me!! and yeah that made maintenance even more infrequent :)
Therefore I have been on a search for an easy, low cost, hassle free and cheap way to wax myself. My mom has all of the tools and equipment but I, being the lazy one, didn't want to carry those around in my numerous moves and I have tried nair before and have not be impressed.
This is when I found the product that will change your waxing life forever (and in a good way)...
Nad's Facial Hair Wand
I can't even say how much I love this stuff!!
One of the best parts is that it is different than wax so you don't have to heat it up and it isn't as sticky, but works just as well!! The wand has a narrow top that is easy to guide along the line of your eyebrow and then it comes with strips of fabric and a wooden stick to apply after and remove the hair. Oh and it really doesn't hurt...seriously (or maybe my nerves are just dead there now)!
I use it for my eyebrows, lip and chin (yes I am a very hairy lady). I after I am done it is a very easy clean up and I believe that it even washes off of fabric if you wanted to re-use the fabric (which I don't and you can buy refills for cheap at Sally's beauty supplies). This is a total must have product and I give it an A!
You can buy it at target or other drugy store places and I think it is under $10..which is less than one eye-brow appointment! Also, although it looks small it really last for a while b/c you don't need a lot at one time!
I hope this product will help you fulfill all of you waxing dreams...oh and you can go to their website www.nads.com for a tutorial of how to apply it :)
Happy Tuesday (I am going to go collapse now)!