Sugaring at home or why you shouldn’t use the homemade paste.
1. It breaks hair. So you will need to do sugaring more often than the disciples of home made a claim it on their websites. Instead of promised 3-4 weeks, the broken hair will surface in 4-5 days. In 1,5-2 weeks it will need to be removed again. By the way, that broken hair will be coarse, dark and, as a result, more visible.
2. It leaves bruises. As it’s very hard to get the required consistency when you make the paste at home, the paste is usually very sticky and inexperienced hands won’t be able to unstick it.
3. An inexperienced person won’t be able to do sugaring without proper guidance. It’s not true that the procedure is easy and anyone can easily do it without special instructions. The preliminary instructions are needed to conduct any procedure.
4. It takes a lot of time and preparations. For example, you have all the ingredients, and you don’t need to go to a store to buy them. But you need to mix them in certain proportions and cook the paste! You also need to control the cooking to get the needed consistency. If you undercook it, it will be too liquid, and you won’t be able to unstick it from skin. If you overcook it, it won’t stick at all, you’ll get a hard candy, and all you’ll be able to do with it is to lick it. And even if you make the paste of the right consistency, there’s no guarantee that it won’t change it during the procedure. It can suddenly turn liquid or hard. Say, you start working with it, and it suddenly liquefies and smears all over you! All you can do is to take a shower to wash it off. And if it suddenly gets hard, try not to break your fingers, trying to stretch it in your hands! So be ready to spend 5-6 hours for such epilation.