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It’s relatively inexpensive more thorough than plucking individual hairs with tweezers and can be done any time. Hot wax kits consist of a “wax” made of sugar or honey
(this is called “sugaring”), beeswax to resin. The easiest way to do waxing at home is to buy a microwavable wax, apply with a wooden spatula, then spread with a strip of cotton muslin and pull off the wax along with the offending hair. But, if you don’t have the patience to melt the wax slowly at the recommended power setting, stir it thoroughly test a tiny bit on the tip of your finger and ascertain whether it’s too hot , you shouldn’t do that kind of waxing because you run the risk of getting badly burned. Microwaves work hot and fast, and the wax must be carefully watched, timed, stirred and tested before applying. It takes patience.