Waxing, epilating, shaving… there are so many different methods of hair removal that it’s hard to know which one will be right for you. But don’t worry – we’ve given them all a go, so you don’t have to.
If shaving brings you out in a rash, this could be just the hair-removal method for you. Apply the cream to dry legs, allow a minute to dry, followed by a further 3-6 minutes while you’re in the shower – then scrape off. The cream works on very short hair, which means you don’t have to live with awkward-length leg fuzz. The only downside? If your bathroom’s chilly, the one-minute waiting time seems a LOT longer…
Gym bag. Overnight bag. Heck, even your makeup bag. This baby razor, with its own mini case, can be taken with you wherever you go. And despite its travel-friendly design, it still delivers a high-quality shave, thanks to its five-blade razor head. But it may take you a while to get used to the tiny handle.
There seems to be an irrational fear of wax strips, which we’re here to dispel. Get to grips with the strip and you’ll have the joy of fur-free legs for up to four weeks. Wax strips are also a no-brainer if you suffer from shaving rash. The strips are effective on super-short hair and can be used on legs, underarms and bikini line. If you find you’re a slave to the shave, it may take a while to adjust to the extra time you need to put in with DIY waxing.
If you find yourself losing patience fitting in your weekly hair-removal sessions, take some stress off your plate and epilate. The 40 close-grip tweezers remove even the shortest hair (we’re talkin’ grain-of-sand short) for up to four weeks of smooth skin. This bad boy also comes with seven added extras; a shaver head, a trimmer cap, a sensitive area cap, a facial cap, a massage cap, a skin contact cap and a cooling glove. If you find your pain threshold is a little low, be prepared for the sensation to be uncomfortable, to say the least.
We’d strongly recommend giving every hair-removal method a go, so you have the chance to find the one that really works for you. As for us, we reckon you really can’t go wrong with the humble razor. It’s quick, easy, affordable – and you know it’s gonna do the job.