Why You Need Stop Shaving Between Waxing?
This section specifically talks about the most important reasons why you need to stop shaving between the waxing.
1. It Will Ruin Their Waxing Schedule
Hair usually grows at different rates and so, the hair growth cycle is not considered to be uniform. So, to get a more suitable length of the shortest hairs at the time, the next appointment is due, it is best to let your hair grow completely.
Also, you bring the shortest hairs back in length whenever you shave. Thus, it sometimes might be very difficult to work at the waxing appointment.
In this case, the best recommendation which you can give your clients is to start coming in for regular waxing so as to stay on track with the appointments.
The longer it will take to get the possible benefits of waxing in case you miss more appointment which disrupt them with shaving. Also, you should ask them to come in every four to six weeks that again completely depends on your hair growth.
2. It Will Make Their Next Wax Much More Uncomfortable
The word ‘uncomfortable’ here refers to be ‘painful’. The hair follicle is considered to be tough and so, it takes only a few appointments before it weakens and becomes much easier to remove the hair from the root.
In case the clients keep shaving to skip appointments, they will generally waxless and also lengthen the time which it takes for the follicle to weaken. Usually, the tough follicles equal more difficult removal of hair, more pain and much longer waxing sessions.
This is again considered to be a very good reason for the purpose of resolving to ditch off the razor for good once you start waxing.
3. It Will Change The Hair Texture
Shaving of the hair usually makes hair grow back darker and coarser. All you need is to tell your clients that this is partially true. But, it is not because of the hair structure itself changes. Also, the razor cuts hair in an angle which makes it look thicker and feel sharper.
So, you can possibly assure your clients that the waxing does not change the hair texture for the better. Due to the weakening of the follicle, the hair will grow back sparser and finer as you wax more.
4. It Will Contribute To Provide Shabby Results
Shaving cannot even be compared once you start waxing. All you need is to warn your clients that they will be taking the razor completely at their own risk and thereby getting bad results. The shaving cycle is perpetuated by shaving in between the waxing appointments. So, when it comes to hair removal, it possibly brings you back to the square one.
5. It Will Probably Increase the Risk Of Ingrowns
It is completely a myth that the waxing will never give you ingrown hairs and also shaving is more likely to cause those nasty reddish or dark bumps which look so bad. It can again hurt in a bad way.
Shaving again irritates the skin and also cuts hair in a sharp edge which can pierce the surface of the skin and so, it grows back into it, thereby causing ingrown.