Face shaving is one of the intimidating beauty techniques in the grooming industry. The concept is so old that even beauty icons like Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor used to swear by it! However, before jumping into the process with razors, you must think if you actually require it or it’s just another trend that can pass.
Let’s be real, the thought of gliding sharp razors across your delicate face is scary. It is normal. Although shaving doesn’t mean your facial hair will grow back fuller and thicker, there’s a little stubbly feeling that none likes. Not to forget, you can easily cut yourself during the attempt.
Once you start the journey of shaving your face, there’s no looking back. Whether you like it or not, you have to shave away those extra grown hairs alternatively, depending on the growth.
Added to these, the entire process of shaving is hard and results can be opposite if you don’t know the basics. Each person’s skin is different so shaving can give different results each time. People with different skin types, ranging from oily to combination will react differently to the exfoliation caused by the blade and hence, requires an effective post-shaving routine.
Shaving can pose a threat to people with skin sensitivity. This also applies to acne-prone skin or any other skin issues as the blades can irritate delicate or inflamed skin.
Other alternative ways to get rid of facial hair is to wax or bleach them. Both of these are also popular and beneficial in their own ways. You can also pluck them out by threading or tweezers for natural-looking skin. All of these procedures demand low maintenance than face shaving.
To sum it up, face shaving isn’t for everyone. It requires a lot of patience, precision, and care. However, this hassle-full task can be rewarding afterwards. There are numerous benefits of shaving your face from time to time, but it might equally vary from person to person. Are you willing to give it a try? For best we advise you to get it done by a certified beautician or dermatologist.
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