With Miss Rona still spreading everywhere, it is safe to say that the way we do most things has completely changed! Zoom calls have taken over the entire world, #SocialDistancing is indeed the most *trendy* hashtag of 2020 and of course, we all are acting like superheroes; making sure we never leave the house without our face masks!
Even our usual, weekly activities have changed completely. People are cutting their own hair (Read: making the biggest mistake of their lives by cutting bangs), dyeing their hair and even doing their own brows! And if you are someone who hasn’t stepped out in months (you go, girl!), then you must read about these different variants of trimmers that’ll make you forget about your loyal parlour wali didi and take matters into your own hands.
Ladies, its time to bid adieu to painful waxing sessions and enjoy a smooth shave with trimmers. Now, there is an array of trimmers available in the market that you can use. Each type has a specific function. And if you are wondering which one you need or just generally wondering how to use a trimmer, then keep reading.
I don’t know about you guys but I scream (yes, scream!) when I’m getting my stomach and back waxed, because it hurts so much! Thankfully, I discovered this handy machine (yes, trimmers for women!) and I cannot even tell you how happy I am!
It literally takes about 15 minutes for me to quickly remove hair from my tummy. And if you are wondering how to use a tummy trimmer, then we’ve got you.
Your eyebrows introduce you before you speak! And having great brows is a superpower in itself. So that is why, I tried waxing my brows when the lockdown happened and boy oh boy, why did I do that? The entire experience was sticky, painful and I completely destroyed my much-preserved arched shape. Thankfully with a few drops of olive oil every night, my brows were thriving. And if you want your brows to be on-fleek or remove a few extra hairs, then you need an eyebrow trimmer in your life.
Wondering how to use an eyebrow trimmer? It’s easy:
Wondering how to use a trimmer for upper lips? Use your eyebrow trimmer only as it’s so handy and will totally help you to get rid of the stache!
Using a bikini trimmer can be trickier than solving a maths equation. First of all, the bikini aka the pubic area is really sensitive and just one cut can make you moan out loud--and not in a good way! But once you get the hang of it, you’ll realise that it is so easy to do and so much better than a bikini wax!
Here’s how to use a bikini trimmer:
Everyone has nose hair and it's nothing to feel ashamed about. But yes, if unkempt, they can look pretty weird. But don’t you worry, as there's trimmer just for that.
Using a trimmer for the nose is not a new trend but people are finally understanding how easy to use it actually is!
Here’s how to use a nose trimmer:
Have you tried dermaplanning? It is when a certified skin specialist or a dermatologist used a super sharp face tool to remove the dead skin off your face. It also removes dirt, peach fuzz and makes your skin smoother to touch and feel. It is also an affordable and safe way to get rid of all the excess hair from your face in no time.
There are SO many benefits of dermaplannnig that you have to give this #DermatologistApproved method a try. And you can use a face trimmer for that!
Here’s how you can use a trimmer on your face:
Your friends did not cancel Goa plans (where can I find such friends?) and you're heading for a beach vacay? Time to shave off that underarm hair in no time! Shaving your underarms is actually better for you because getting them waxed constantly can make your skin become a little loose as you start to get older. With that being said, here’s how to use a trimmer for underarms:
By now I bet you must be adding all these amazing trimmers for women to your cart, right? And you may still have a few questions too! Well, we’re happy to help!
Yes and no! Epilators are perfect for every woman on the go who needs to quickly remove hair from a particular area. The difference between an epilator and a trimmer is that epilators pluck out your hair from the roots whereas a trimmer will only trim the hair.
But do not use an epilator on sensitive areas as you can develop rashes, skin inflammation and even painful ingrowths! Epilators are best to use either on your legs or arms.
PS: Ready to shave it all off?!
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