Wax- Habit's "wax bar" houses several different blends including both hard
Hard waxing utilizes hard wax (as opposed to strip wax). In this case,
the wax is applied somewhat thickly and with no cloth or paper strips. The
wax then hardens when it cools, thus allowing the easy removal, in
the opposite direction of hair growth. Hard wax is beneficial and mostly
used on sensitive skin.
stripStrip waxing is accomplished by spreading
a thin wax layer over the skin.
A cloth or paper strip is then pressed on top and pulled off with a quick
movement against the direction of hair growth. This removes the wax along
with the hair. wax.
Sugar - A room-temperature sugar mixture is applied directly onto the skin and then flicked off with a quick movement of the hand. That means no strips of fabric or tongue depressors. The sugar paste is pushed into each follicle against the hair growth and then removed in the same direction of growth. That process is what creates less pain and breakage while removing hair from the root.
Sugaring can be done on all skin and body parts but is especially beneficial to those who suffer from ingrowns and are sensitive to pain. Sugaring can also be a great second choice to your regular waxing schedule should a unexpected event present itself since only 5-7 days of growth is needed.