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Guest Tamar

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So,got an emoji angel today. Cautiously applied it to my face. Grabbed a couple o f hairs ,but most were too short. Didn't know whether to be annoyed or relieved by that one. :P. Next I went to my arms and legs. Buzzed up and down them real quick. Lovely result. :) I wouldn't call it comfortable,but really, I would be struggling to say,with any conviction,that it was uncomfor table either. Anyhoo,very happy so far. I'll get back to everyone in a couple of days when I've been able to attack my face. :P. Or not. I hear you can't take phones into emergancy. :D.

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Guest KarenLyn

Have a glass of wine and think about how nice the end result will be. Oh and take lots of breaks.

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Guest Tamar

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Have a glass of wine and think about how nice the end result will be. Oh and take lots of breaks.

:) Thanks. I've already woken up to having breaks,but the glass of wine-thats brilliant!

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MaryEllen

Ummmm I really wouldn't go for the face. Facial hair is coarse and deep rooted so trying to remove it with an epilator is iffy at best. Also the pain would be excruciating. Electrolysis or laser is your best bet and even that hurts. Good luck.

MaryEllen

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Guest Tamar

Thanks MaryEllen,I appreciate your input.

I've had my face and neck waxed before,so I believe I can handle it. When hrt starts up,who knows. Softer skin etc.

Whatever way this works out- thankyou for your concern

hugs

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Guest Stormrider2112

I just got a Braun Silk Epil and gave it a test run. Not the most pleasant experience (did one shin), but it went very quickly and feels wicked smooth!

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