For effective hair removal, the user must utilize a product designed to remove hair of the appropriate thickness. For example, threading is generally not recommended to remove thick underarm or leg hair. It is also important to follow the directions on the packaging because even the slightest variation, like shaving a dry face instead of wet, can hinder the results. A typical rule of thumb is to not purchase the cheapest hair removal products available. It is usually not necessary to buy the most expensive, but many people experience more effective hair removal by opting for something other than the least expensive product.
Sometimes effective hair removal products are dismissed as ineffective because they are used on the wrong kind of hair. The hair on a woman’s upper arm may be completely different from the hair on a man’s face in terms of length, shade and, most importantly, thickness. It will likely be less painful to thread a woman’s upper arm than to thread a man’s thick facial hair. Still, even if one asked a professional to thread the upper arm, the response might be a refusal because threading is generally used for very small areas like the eyebrows or upper lip. It is important to learn which techniques work best with the type of hair being removed.
A lot of people rush into games, procedures, and other everyday happenings without reading the manual. There is a significant difference between leaving on a depilatory cream for three minutes and nine minutes. The user can end up with severely irritated or burned skin by not following the instructions on the tube. Likewise, wiping the cream off too soon will usually not achieve the desired effect, causing the user to discount the product as ineffective at completely removing hair.
While an expensive price tag can mean a person is paying a premium for the brand name, the product might also be superior to others on the market. Some people make the mistake of believing the cheapest product is of the same quality as the expensive ones. While this is occasionally true for some products, it is generally not true for shaving creams, razors, and waxing products. If a person's current product is failing, he or she can consider purchasing a more expensive and well-reviewed product.