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Lady tash issues watch

  • View Poll Results: What do you do with your tash?
    Bleach
    12
    19.05%
    Wax
    12
    19.05%
    Pluck
    13
    20.63%
    Shave (BAD idea!!!)
    8
    12.70%
    Veet type cream
    7
    11.11%
    Epilate
    2
    3.17%
    Other (please post)
    6
    9.52%
    Leave it
    15
    23.81%
    Don't have any
    16
    25.40%

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    A lot of girls have to deal with a slight growth of tash hair every now and then. I was interested in seeing how many people admit to it as part of an anonymous poll.

    Also, discuss.
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    threading - cheap and lasts for weeks. i think every girl has it to some degree
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    I usually snip any slightly longer hair above my lip with nail scissors. It sorts them out for about 3 weeks.
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    If that's you in your profile pic, I'd say you should probably see someone about that.

    Otherwise I'm afraid I have no idea....I personally use a Gillette Mach 3 disposable razor, but your friends might wonder why you've got one of them.

    I agree with the "threading" suggestion, though I don't know what it is...
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    lol threading is an asian method of removing hair - using a thread looped around (its a bit hard to describe) the hairs are caught between the thread and pulled out. same effect as tweezing but you can do more hairs at a time.
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    (Original post by secretsaregood)
    lol threading is an asian method of removing hair - using a thread looped around (its a bit hard to describe) the hairs are caught between the thread and pulled out. same effect as tweezing but you can do more hairs at a time.
    In that case, I suggest a Gillete Mach 3.

    Or wax?
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    I don't have a 'tash
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    I reckon waxing would probably be the best option because its relatively cheap (only costs me like £6 for my bikini wax) and lasts for ages
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    (Original post by Evenstar)
    I reckon waxing would probably be the best option because its relatively cheap (only costs me like £6 for my bikini wax) and lasts for ages
    where do you get it done??? every where i have seen costs about £15/£20!!!
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    (Original post by secretsaregood)
    where do you get it done??? every where i have seen costs about £15/£20!!!
    Ah but you live in London dont u? I live oop north...everythings cheaper up here
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    I dont get hair there so i guess im just lucky
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    I only have a couple of dark hairs on my upper lip, so I usually just grab the good old tweezers. Bleach works well in the summer, but if you have heavy growth I recommend waxing.
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    Pluckage. Used to use depilatory cream but it pretty much burns your face, I'd end up with red marks for days after using it and it discoloured my skin.
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    Bleach it all the way if it is not a lot of hair!!! or leave it if no one eles notices. Thats all the advice I can give... Ive never experiance a lot of hair there. Good luck with it, whatever you do don't shave it.
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    waxing, lasts ages for me:yep:
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    Just get a mach 3....ain't no shame girl
 
 
 
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