With the temperature changes, you are probably beginning to wear more jeans,
sweaters, tights and boots rather than skirts and tank tops. The fall
is one of the best times of the year to develop a steady body waxing
routine to include legs, arms and underarms.
First off, since you will be covering up more, you are able to grow
out that hair on your legs and underarms until your appointment and
not worry about exposing it to the world. By beginning in the fall,
you can normalize your waxing route, which helps hair on your legs,
arms and underarms become thinner and lighter over time. By the time
next summer hits, you will be waxing less, have thinner hair and have
less hair in that area.
Why it is Great to Wax Your Underarms
Besides that razor burn hurts when it rubs on your favorite shirts,
there are other benefits to waxing your arms and underarms. For one,
you are able to stay smoother longer. Then, you know that "5 o'clock
shadow" darkeness you can get under your arms from shaving? Well wave
good-bye! That darkness will disappear with waxing because the hair
comes out at the root.
Why it is Great to Wax Your Legs
Shaving only keeps you smooth a few days (if that). And it can create
razor bumps and ingrown hairs. Waxing every three to four weeks
during the fall and winter months will have you seeing silky, smooth
results during the winter, but also leave the hair thinner and
lighter for waxing during the summer.
Other Reasons to Body Wax
Professional body builders swear by waxing. One of their secrets is
that waxing helps you look more toned. Other athletes like
professional swimmers and cyclists wax their legs to help perform
better, but waxing also helps chafing during races.