Male Sugaring: How to Make a Smooth Transition Between Zones?
The number of men interested in hair removal grows every day. So, while men's sugaring cannot be called new and unusual, it differs from female sugaring because it is affected both by the physiological and psychological aspects of men. One such difference, discussed below, is the need to achieve a smooth transition between zones. With male sugaring, this is the main challenge for the practitioner, because an absolutely smooth surface of one area looks ridiculous next to the one untouched by the practitioner.
How to Make a Smooth Transition Between Zones and Why?
The need for a smooth transition between zones grows out of the fact that while men are often willing to remove hair from chest, abdomen and back, they are less likely to go for the bikini zone. Often, men refuse to epilate their legs. In this situation, the practitioner cannot just let the client go, as the border between epilated and non-epilated areas will be dramatically obvious.
Using chest, abdomen, and bikini as an example, one technique for a smooth transition between zones looks like this: anything above the groin area is epilated as usual. For the bikini zone, it is then necessary to lightly process a small, transitional area. Explain this to the client so he will understand and agree to the procedure without worrying about losing the hair he wants to keep.
Using a medium-density paste, apply it once to the transitional area, without pressing strongly into the skin. The result is that only a part of the hair will be affected, creating a more natural look. Finish by trimming the remaining hairs slightly. That's it: a simple way to achieve a smooth transition between zones, while retaining some hair, which the client wants to keep.