Sissy waxing. If you are a sissy, I’m sure you’ve either gotten waxed or thought about getting waxed.  It can be embarrassing to go to an Esthetician to get waxed- either having to explain to her why you are there or knowing she’s wondering about you and whether you might be a sissy the whole time.  

If you’re comfortable going to an Esthetician, that’s terrific, but if you’re not, here are some waxing and hair removal tips all sissies should know about.


Exfoliate, Exfoliate, Exfoliate!

Loofah Exfoliation with Ms. Hunter (800) 601-6975Whatever hair removal method you choose, first and foremost, exfoliate!  Sloughing off all that dead skin will not only make your skin smoother and softer but it’ll make it much easier to get better hair removal results, whether it’s from shaving, waxing, depilatories, or anything in between.

There are several ways to exfoliate from loofahs to microfiber cloths to body scrubs. If you’ve seen my Makeup and Skincare Essentials post over on Sissy Style Magazine, then you know I’m a huge fan of all-natural, DIY body scrubs.  Sugar, salt, and coffee all make terrific scrubs, each with their own unique benefits.  I recommend using a coffee scrub prior to hair removal because it will tighten the skin which will also aid in an easier waxing / hair removal experience.


General Tips for a Better Sissy Waxing Experience

Sissy Waxing with Ms. Hunter (800) 601-6975Should you actually decide to go the waxing route-whether DIY or professional- know that it will hurt. Oh, you’ll survive but you may not want to go in wearing mascara, as those sissy tears are likely to cause it to run down your face. You’ll also have little oozing red spots all over the area that was waxed so you’ll want to be sure not to wear anything light-colored or anything that will matter if it gets a little blood on it.  Of course, if that does happen, peroxide works wonders to remove the red spots.  Simply pour over the stained area, watch it bubble the stain right away, then was as normal.

Taking Tylenol 45 minutes to an hour prior to waxing may help make it a little less painful but do not drink alcohol or take ibuprofen or other similar anti-inflammatory as those may make those little oozing red spots worse.

If you go to an esthetician, make sure you do your homework and choose a reputable one.  If possible, ask for a recommendation from someone you know who gets waxed.  If that’s not possible, when you go online to look, check for NCEA certifications and other credentials. Additionally, any esthetician worth their salt will have you fill out a pre-wax questionnaire with questions about what your goals are, skin issues you. may have, medications you are taking, etc.. If they don’t do this, leave and look elsewhere!  You’ll also want to have a look at the room and general facility and how sanitary it appears before making a decision.   


DIY Sissy Waxing and Hair Removal

Body Scrub with Ms. Hunter (800) 601-6975Should you choose the DIY waxing and hair removal route, many of the same tips above apply.  Always a fan of all natural products, my preference is for a DIY sugar wax. Sugar waxing not only hurts less but it actually can slow the growth of hair and with continued use can even cause it to stop growing altogether.  These sugar wax recipes should help you get started.

If you’d rather not use. sugar wax, there are other home waxing kit options you can use. Each has pluses and minuses and none work as well as a professional waxing. No matter which method you choose, you’ll want to be sure to use one had to pull the skin taught in the opposite direction of the strip and the other hand to pull off the strip. Be sure to  avoid applying any lotions or perfumes to the area for at least 24 hours as the area will be extra sensitive and wear looser-fitting clothing so as not to irritate it.


Non-Waxing Hair Removal Options

Sissy Waxing options with Ms. Hunter (800) 601-6975There are other non-waxing hair removal options that may work just as well or better for you than sissy waxing, depending on your needs.  These options include shaving, epilation, laser hair removal, and depilatory creams.  

As with everything, there are pros and cons to each. Shaving is cheap and easy but time-consuming and must be done often.  There is also the issue of itching as the hair is growing back in so you need to keep it shaved if you choose this option.  Epilation is somewhat expensive, somewhat painful, and often leaves hair even after going over an area several times. Laser hair removal is quite expensive and requires going to a trained professional but it is long-lasting and in a lot of cases, permanent.  Depilatory creams are cheap and easy to use but often loaded with nasty chemicals and don’t always remove all the hair, leaving patchy hair over the area.


What Sissy Hair Removal Option Will You Choose?

Now that you know what options are available to you and the pros and cons of each, what hair removal method will you choose?  You definitely need to do something. Nobody wants to see a hairy sissy!

If you are still unsure which method to choose or have questions about some of the methods, I’d be happy to answer them for you.  I’d also love to hear your past sissy hair removal experiences.  Give me a call, and we’ll have some important girl talk!


Sissy Blog Train

Did you enjoy reading this post? It is part of the Sissy Blog Train to celebrate the Get Girlie feminization forum turning 16 this February.  There are all sorts of other fun things going on including a lot of new feminization audios and even a Cock Radio show to celebrate Get Girlie’s birthday.  If you haven’t already jumped aboard the Get Girlie Sissy Cruise and Sissy Blog Train, hop aboard!  Your fun-filled journey awaits!

Check out the previous post in the Sissy Blog Train, Sissy Cruise Girlie Talk on Ms. Audrey’s blog and the next post, Sissy Bingo Night Aboard the Sissy Cruise on Ms. Riley’s blog.

Until next time, pets~

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