FAQ’s About Waxing
Posted on 12th December, 2015
Does it hurt?
This very much depends on the person and area being waxed. Sensitive areas can include bikini, underarm and top lip. After regular waxing, it often becomes less painful.
How long does the hair need to be?
Usually between 1 – 2 cm of hair, depending on the area. It is not recommended to shave between waxing appointments.
How long will the results last?
Everyone is different, but generally the hair takes 4-5 weeks to grow to a length that is easy to wax. It also depends if the person has fair or coarse hair, as fair hair will often grow in less noticeably than coarse.
Will the hair grow back thicker?
Usually after regular waxing, the hair grows back thinner and finer. Once you start with waxing then it is best to continue to keep hair growth less noticeable.
How often should I get waxed?
4-5 weeks allow hair growth
What should I do about ingrown hairs?
Ingrown hairs are most common on bikini lines, but can happen anywhere after waxing or shaving. We use the Outback Organics range in our wax treatments which has products specialised in treating ingrown hairs. We sell Outback Organic sets in Experience. See more details here.
Is there an age restriction on waxing?
At experience, anyone under the age of 16 requires a parent or guardian to sign forms confirming permission of treatments.