GiGi All Purpose Honee, 14-Ounces

September 6, 2014 - Comment

  All purpose wax leaves pores and skin swish, easy and freed from hair. Mild enough for refined areas. 14 oz. can. Product Features Make sure the wax is on the right temperature – too hot will burn, and too cold will result in the muslin strip to tear or not adhere correctly to the

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All purpose wax leaves pores and skin swish, easy and freed from hair. Mild enough for refined areas. 14 oz. can.

Product Features

  • Make sure the wax is on the right temperature – too hot will burn, and too cold will result in the muslin strip to tear or not adhere correctly to the wax.
  • Mild irritation is standard after any waxing session, however swollen, discolored or annoyed skin might be the results of terrible technique.
  • All goal wax
  • Leaves pores and skin graceful, smooth and free of hair
  • Gentle sufficient for refined areas
  • 14 oz. can

Comments

T. Klimek says:

Weekly user I have been using this product for a little over two years. I’m half italian and half polish. It does a great job removing the hair with very little effort. A few items a must have.Baby oil $1 at the dollar store- towel (we all have extra ones we don’t use laying around) – old wash cloth (doesn’t matter if it was used for dishes as long as it is washed and you don’t plan on using it for dishes again)I wax either on the towel, (after so many drops of wax I just throw the towel away and use a new one).When I do it on the floor, I coat the floor with baby oil. (Does not stick if you miss your intended area.Old wash cloth – after waxing I coat my legs (or intended parts) with baby oil, rub it in and take the old wash cloth to soak up any excess oil on my legs while it removes any extra wax.I will recommend going to a salon to have it done first. I tried it on my own before going to a salon, didn’t work, once I saw their techniques I have…

Elena M. "online shopper" says:

Beautiful results! This All Purpose Wax came together with my Digital Wax Warmer so though i had bought Azulene Wax after reading the reviews about it, i’ve decided to give a try this one a try first.Since i had my hair removed recently ( i use Emjoy epilator for my legs and Microwavable Surgy Wax for brazilian wax) i didn’t have any place i needed the hair to be removed. But i was so curious, that i’ve decided to remove my thin light hair on my arms.Here is what i did. I put the wax into the warmer and took a shower. When i was out of the shower the wax was ready to be used, but i spend a few minutes to cut the muslin strips out of the roll ( it was really smart of me to buy the whole roll and cut it, since i would need different sizes and the roll come up cheaper). I’ve applied some baby powder and started the process. I should note that i’ve never had this done by a professional, so i had a slightest idea how it should be done.And here are my conclusions:…

L. Keller says:

First time waxer and it worked great Okay, I will admit I’m bashful, I did NOT like the idea of going into a salon and… well, you know how it works. I was about to go to the beach and hate shaving every day, I always get razor burn very badly no matter how careful I am. So I got a Sally Beauty coupon and went and bought one of their wax warmers which came with a free tin of the All Purpose Honee. Also purchased sticks and muslin strips but that’s not part of this review.Now, keep in mind I have never been to a pro salon. I also did not watch any Youtube videos. I simply read some of the advice on here and used some common sense. Though it was a little rough to start out I think it turned out pretty darn good and I didn’t have to shave the whole week at the beach – first time since puberty! (yes, it is THAT exciting.) Not a single ingrown hair nor burn nor irritated skin. Keep in mind this is from a girl who tried using Nair and was bleeding from her pores within 2 minutes, so my skin is pretty sensitive,…

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