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chinadog | 14:14 Fri 12th Aug 2011 | Beauty
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I've always tweezed out stray hairs from my chin or used Immac when the hair grew more. Last year I did a stupid thing and went and shaved the hair on either side of my chin so now I have designer stubble lol. I've been using the Sundepil but the stubble is back the next day. Would waxing help? TIA.

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I'd try electrolysis.
14:15 Fri 12th Aug 2011
I'd try electrolysis.
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Shaving a year ago is not going to have any affect on the hair you see now. No hair grows that slowly. If it is more stubbly now it's down to the hair getting naturally larger. Pick you preferred method for dealing with it, and repeat as necessary.
Oooo you've just reminded me....
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Thanks for your replies all, I did'nt explain properly I started to get the designer stubble last year, I meant now Im stuck with it thats why I was wondering about waxing proffessionly:-)
Waxing would help as the hairs grow back finer because they aren't being cut to create a blunt edge. You can buy good wax strips from Superdrug or any other high street beauty shop for a lot cheaper than going professional :)
electrolysis as ladyalex suggested. This would eventually destroy the root and prevent hair growth. I haven't had it done myself but it seems to be a more satisfactory result.
do not wax facial hair - painful, messy and strips off the skin....not nice. threading is a better option and the hair grows back finer after a while also. if you hate it that much, electrolysis is a permanent option, but expensive. i also have a friend who uses her epilator on her chin for some stray hairs, which is also ruddy painful, but it works. i guess your choice is down to preference, but i repeat, do NOT wax. i think it is a gross way to get rid of hair! good luck x
Why don't you just have Laser Hair Removal, it's very effective on the thicker hairs.

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