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GiGi Brazilian Bikini Wax Microwave Kit

A complete hard wax kit specifically designed to remove coarse and stubborn hair from the bikini area. This hard wax formulation is fast, efficient and gentle a...
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  • Rachel
    Euless, Texas
    Hair Length
    I just got my kit today and was wondering does it matter what length your hair is? Or should you trim it to a specific length that will work best?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Tara
      Mo
      I Would
      I think its best, and recommended, that you trim the hair down before waxing. I'm not sure if its something you have to do to be effective but I do know its easier for the wax to get a good grip on each hair when they are shorter. Around 3-4mm to a half inch long is what I remember as the best length. You can always google to double check too! Hope this helps

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      Aug 1, 2010
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  • Gina
    Wax Uses
    i was wondering how many uses can get out of just this one container of wax?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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    • Jo
      I got 3 waxes out of one container of wax.

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      Feb 25, 2010
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  • Julia
    New And Old Products
    Several reviews said that the old product was better than the new product... Im not sure but is the brown colored GiGi Brazilian set different from the GiGi strip free honee wax set? I know they have different before and after products but has anyone tried them both and found the waxes different?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Ag
    Why'd It Go Gooey?
    I started off and it was working just fine. Perhaps not taking off quite as much hair as i would like, but hey my firs time and it was pretty quick and painless...THEN! for some reason it started drying funny, instead of getting hard for easy pull factor, it turned to goo which hurts like a B*tch to pull off cuz it gets all tangled in the hair, and i just ended up cutting some of it off. Tried it a few times, what went wrong?? I was so happy with the first few strips...Is it cuz i used too much oil? or perhaps reheating it made it go funny?

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    Jan 19, 2010
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  • Thick Is Key!
    When I first tried this product, I was FURIOUS because I thought it was supposed to be applied like other waxes, thinly. Because I made this mistake, the wax was too thin to pull of in one piece. Also, it dried very quickly, which is a no no. It was a horrible mess, and would not come off my skin. Since then, I have realized the error in my ways and learned how to correctly apply hard wax. Since this is a hard wax, meant to be used without strips, it must be applied with a thick coat. About 1/8" thick. Apply it in the direction of hair growth. Small sections are the best when learning how to do this properly, then you can move up to larger areas. Dont touch it until it looks slightly opaque, then, with the palm of your hand, gently press the area. The wax should still be slightly warm and tacky. Do no let it cool completely because you will never get it off. Now flick up the end, grab, and JERK in the opposite direction of hair growth. Voila! Hair free beautiful skin. Use the Wax Off lotion to get the residue off of your skin. Dont forget the No Bump astringent to prevent ingrown hairs!
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    Jan 11, 2010
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