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It’s a universal truth that all women try their best to look like a diva who stepped out of a ramp. From manicures to pedicures, women care a lot about maintaining themselves correctly.

However, there’s no surprise that facial hair can sometimes alienate you from looking your best. Fact check: all women have fine, thin hair covering their faces and necks – and it’s completely normal, so there’s no need to worry about it.

Removing hair is most painful, and there’s no other way around it. Let’s take a look at what possible things women can opt to reduce facial hair:

1. Shaving

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Shaving is one of the quickest and easiest ways to eliminate hair and proceed with your day. Whether you’re using a disposable shaver or an electric shaver, both have a built-in blade that lifts and cuts hair at the skin’s surface.

2. Tweezing

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Tweezing is another beneficial and economical way to remove facial hair. This technique works slightly differently than shaving. Instead then removing hair with a razor blade, tweezers are designed to pluck or pull hair from the roots.

3. Waxing

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Waxing is a useful way to reduce all the hair in an area. Two different types of waxing kits are available in the market:

  • wax strips that you warm between your hands before applying
  • the wax that’s melted in a warmer and then applied to the area with a stick.

4. At-home laser hair removal 

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The primary issue with many at-home hair removal methods is that results are temporary or only last a few weeks. For longer results, consider laser hair removal from a professional.

This technique uses a laser and pulsating beams to damage hair follicles, resulting in the loss of hair. It’s a semipermanent solution – hair grows back after about six months. Sometimes, hair may never grow back. If hair returns, it may be finer and unnoticeable.

5. Threading

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Threading is another alternative for shaping eyebrows and removing unwanted facial hair on the upper lip, side of the face, and chin. This technique uses a thread, which pulls and twists undesired hair until it lifts from the hair follicle.

The outcomes can last longer than shaving or tweeze, plus this method doesn’t cause ingrown hairs.

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