How long must hair be for a Brazilian wax?

Answer For a Brazilian wax to work, you must let your hair grow out for several weeks, until it is one-quarter to one-half of an inch long. If the hair isn't long enough, the wax may not adhere properly, ... Read More »

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Can you get a Brazilian Wax with really think hair?

yes, it does not matter how thick the hair is, it matters how long the hair is. you need it long enough to be able to grasp the wax, but not too long that it gets in the way. so basically just...ju... Read More »

Brazilian Hair Treatment?

Women with wavy, curly or frizzy hair perpetually search for the Holy Grail product or treatment that will give them straight, silky locks without tethering them to a straightening iron. One of the... Read More »

How Do I Get the Brazilian Keratin Out of My Hair?

Brazilian Keratin treatments are an extremely effective (and controversial) way to straighten hair. Despite claims of "restructuring" the hair's composition, it is not a permanent treatment and can... Read More »

How to Get Rid of the Brazilian Blowout in My Hair?

A Brazilian Blowout is the answer for many people struggling to manage and control their frizzy, curly hair on a daily basis. The smoothing treatment can be applied to different hair types includin... Read More »