Waxing makes use of a resin-like substance to remove the hair from the follicle. Basically, a warm wax mixture is spread over the skin in the direction of hair growth, and a paper or cloth strip is placed on top. For hard wax, a strip isn’t required, because it hardens into a quasi-strip. For cold wax, it’s usually already applied to pre-made strips, but a little friction goes a long way in getting the wax to adhere well to the hair. Once wax has cooled enough or has grasped the hair firmly enough, the strip/the wax is pulled off in the opposite direction of hair growth. If done correctly, the entire hair follicle should be removed.
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