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Postby Char » Sat, 19 Aug 2006 7:50 pm

chixchix wrote:but whatever type of shaver you use, although you save costs..its still a shaver.. the hair will gorw faster and rougher...


Nope.. It's not a shaver. It's shaver like but it plucks out every hair. I tried on my fingers first of course. If it shaves, i will definitely not buy it, at first i'm like you dun believe it until my fren shows me her armpit and brought me there and show me. Hair will definitely become finer.

Anyway, i say what also hard to believe bcus i was like you at first. Go see it den you'll know. It's call Epilateur :wink:
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Postby sofea42 » Fri, 25 Aug 2006 10:12 pm

gliny wrote:anyone knows of good and cheap place to wax off hands and leg hairs?



hey,the place whre I go fr my threading do hv services like waxing,bleaching manicure & pedicure.It is in Jurong West pm me in u wanna knw the exact address. :D
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Postby Char » Fri, 25 Aug 2006 11:51 pm

gliny wrote:anyone knows of good and cheap place to wax off hands and leg hairs?


Hmm.. i believe the place at little india, they don't only so threading but waxing and also manicure and pedicure at a very cheap rate.

WHen you reach little india, walk towards "buffaloe Road"
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Postby earthfriendly » Sat, 26 Aug 2006 1:48 am

I have only done waxing. May I ask how does threading works? Does it remove the hair by the root and how painful is it?

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Postby chixchix » Sat, 26 Aug 2006 10:00 am

Yes they use both hands ,and pull the thread against your eyebrows then it pulls the hair from the roots.
For first timers ,yes it will be slightly painful like an ant bite but later you get used to it. Depends on where you stay , Threading is available ... but to go Serangoon just to do threading its not worth it, unless you stay ard there, or its near for you. I usually do mine at Clementi, before that was Yishun.


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