Friday, September 26, 2008

Hair Off Instant Eyebrow Shapers Wax Strips


Okay, so I went down to Salem to visit my sisters and they introduced me to HAIR OFF INSTANT EYEBROW SHAPERS. I was totally amazed. So I gave it a try. As you can see, I haven't really touched my eyebrows in a while. So I finally took this opportunity. I love them. I was considering threading too, but these wax strips work pretty well. If you are interested in trying these, just stop by your local WALMART to pick a box up.



Directions: For best results, eyebrow hair should grow in for at least 21 days. Skin should be clean, dry and free of body oil, make-up, moisturizer, etc. before attempting to remove eyebrow hair. If a customized, more contoured shape is desired, trim Shapers with scissors.
  1. Wash area to be waxed with soap and cool water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
  2. To remove hair above the brow, use top Shaper. Separate Shaper from its protective paper backing and hold by the unwaxed (non-sticky) edge.
  3. Place the Shaper, sticky side to skin, above the eyebrow. Make sure to cover area where hair removal is desired. Be sure to smooth strip firmly in same direction of hair growth.
  4. Immediately after placing Shaper on skin, pull skin taut, using your index and third fingers. In one quick motion, peel strip in the opposite direction of hair growth. WARNING: Eyebrow Shapers are NOT to be left on skin for more than 10 seconds. (Note: If hair is not removed or wax is left on skin, you pulled strip in the wrong direction.)
  5. To remove hair below the brow, repeat directions, using the bottom Shaper. WARNING: Shapers are NOT to be placed on eyelid. If you accidentally place the Shaper on the eyelid, SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY peel off the Shaper in the same direction of hair growth. To remove hair between brows, follow same directions as above, using rectangular Shapers.
  6. Rinse skin with cool water and pat dry. To relieve any tingling or slight stinging sensation, gently press skin with hand. Ice may also be applied. Witch Hazel and Aloe Vera Gel are soothing treatments that can be used while skin surface is sensitive.

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