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Satin Smooth Waxing Starter Kit

Satin Smooth Waxing Starter Kit (SSWSTU) the perfect wax starter kit from Satin Smooth is perfect for students.
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  • Dont Let It Get To Hot
    Some say let it warm up for 5 hrs. I turn the knob to medium heat and let it warm up for an 1 1/2. Then when applying I let it cool off just for about 30 sec. on the stick b/f applying. I learned the hard way when I first got the kit. I kranked up to high and let it sit for 2 hrs. Then once I got the wax on the applicator I applyed it immediatly. When I ripped of the wax I ripped off my skin with it. PAINFUL! Dont do it.
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  • Everything
    Total tips that everyone else tells you, but in one! I let mine heat on high for 30 min. then took it to med. for another 40 and it was great. Appy in THIN coats. Impotant. Let cool for a bit after applying in the direction of hair. I had to have the skin way tighter then I thought I would have to have it, that helped ALOT. Make sure to keep everything really clean, its just better in general. good luck!
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  • Getting Ready To Wax
    In my experience it takes about 1.5 hours for a full can of wax to melt completely in the warmer. Make sure you allow enough time for it melt all the way: patience pays off since the wax is much easier to apply when its thoroughly melted. I find that I get better results if I exfoliate my legs the day before wax them, so I suggest investing a few dollars in a loofah if you dont already have one. I *definitely* recommend putting a covering of some kind down in the area youll be working in, since the wax is a pain to get off of surfaces (itll come off with residue remover or baby oil, but to me a little advance preparation is better than having to scrub wax off my tiles). I used to use newspaper but now I use an old sheet and pillowcase (or retired t-shirt): I spread the sheet under my chair, and the pillowcase on the countertop under the warmer (but only once Im ready to use it, not while its melting). When Im done I just roll them up for next time. I toss them after about 6 uses since I dont like to put stuff with wax in the washer.
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  • Baby Powder
    Before waxing I apply baby powder on my skin.
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  • You Don't Need Baby Powder With Satin Smooth!
    Because of its natural buffers like Titanium Dioxide and Vitamin E.. you wont need powders or talc to act as a buffer. Just purchase the accessory products, read the directions thorougly and use common sense, you should be fine. Although, I HIGHLY recommend visiting a beauty professional so they can do a customized waxing according to your needs.
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