There’s really no eloquent way to discuss today’s topic, so I’m not even going to try.
Today we’re talking peach fuzz and how we don’t have to live with it.
Before you click off, hear me out!
I’m sure we all know women who wax, thread, or Nair parts of their face. This is the same concept, but in my opinion a little better.
Let me be clear-
You’re not grabbing your hubby’s razor and lathering up with Gillette shaving cream.
And absolutely no finishing the job with a splash of Old Spice.
There are actually special (and inexpensive!) facial razors on the market for this very purpose.
In fact, you might be surprised just how many ladies, famous and non famous alike, sport smoothly shaved faces without you even knowing!
Here are some of the reasons snipping that upper lip hair is beneficial (I’m killing myself over here 😂)
Doing so removes dead skin helps with better cell turnover and overall younger looking skin.
2. Better product penetration
I personally feel like I get quicker absorption with a smoother face. When you spend good money on anti aging products, that’s a plus!
3. Smoother, more flawless looking foundation
This is a big one.
Foundation glides on so much better and really helps produce a beautiful glow on a smooth face. I also find highlighters reflect so much better on a smooth face, too.
Other things to know:
1. You need the right tool.
You’re obviously not taking a Venus razor to your face! Beauty supply shops sell razors specifically for the face area. I got 3 for $5.
2. You’re not going to come home with a 5 o’clock shadow.
I repeat! You’re not going to come home with a 5 o’clock shadow.
When you use the correct tool, your hair grows back completely the same way it was before- fine teeny little baby hairs. Scouts honor.
3. Where & how
For best results, do it in front of a window for natural sunlight with a clean, makeup free face.
Now you little more about why it’s great, but don’t take my word for it! Try it out for yourself!
I made a three minute video that covers the basics of all you need to know to buzz your fuzz (haha).
Sort of goofy, but hopefully a little informative.
Check in tomorrow for Ezra chapter three! I can’t wait to talk about this chapter. <3