Permanent hair removal has been defined by the industry as being able to last at least 12 months without having to shave, pluck or wax again. Needless to say, 12 months by common understanding is not permanent but think again! A year free of hair removal hassles might not be that bad after all. However, in addition to the limited techniques and methods that can completely destroy the hair follicles, people react differently to the different treatments. ?Thus, there are limited treatments to choose from and the results may vary. The popular methods widely available are electrolysis, laser and IPL (Intense Pulse Light).
Electrolysis is by far the only clinically proven method that can remove hairs permanently for most people. This technique? makes use of a solid hair-thin metal probe which the practitioner will insert into each hair follicle. Electricity will be delivered through the probe which will cause damage to the root of the hair and not the skin. ?It may sound really scary but with proper insertion and a skilled practitioner, the probe will not puncture the skin and cause any scarring.
If you have not already mastered this style for yourself, the following guidelines will show you the way with ease and perfection. The best time to French braid your hair is after washing and the hair is still a little bit damp. If your hair length does not fall at least shoulder length, ?French braiding will be very difficult to accomplish – this style definitely works better on longer styles and the less layers the better.
Before you begin, make sure you have the appropriate equipment, namely a comb, hair bobble, a handful of bobby pins ?and perhaps some hair products to secure the finished look – such as a hairspray.