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The Fourth of July is around the corner and it's time to deal with it, girls.

Hair removal, that is.

And from waxes to lasers, there are tons of options for nixing hair. Not all of them are pretty, but you will be afterward.

According to Lucky magazine beauty editor Jean Godfrey-June, laser treatments are emerging as the experts' favorite for removing hair from all areas, providing the best results with the least amount of pain.

But with lasers, Godfrey-June warns, if you use Retin-A, antibiotics or have a fake or real tan, you could end up burning your skin. Laser treatments work by searching out the color pigment in the hair, and if your skin has these pigments from tanners or Retin-A, the laser will target the skin instead.

"If you're pale and have dark hair, you are an ideal candidate for laser removal," says Godfrey-June. "In this case, blonds don't have more fun, because the lasers have a hard time finding the hair."

And in recent years, it has become possible to laser right from home.

"The TRIA is an at-home laser remover and it's expensive, but a course of six treatments at a salon is over $1,000. If you're going the laser route, it's a great option," Godfrey-June says.

Another popular choice at Lucky, and an efficient way to remove hair, is waxing. But cautious preparation is necessary, as there will be the same burn effect if you are tanned or use Retin-A.

"I knew a girl who waxed her lip who used Retin-A and it absolutely took off her skin. She had a scar above her lip for a couple of months," Godfrey-June adds.

If you're squeamish about the pain, she suggests taking an aspirin or Tylenol an hour before.

"It's a personal thing in terms of what hurts and what you're comfortable with," says Godfrey-June. "I know people who think lasers are hideously painful. I tried waxing once, and I was like, 'I have had natural childbirth and I am never doing this again.'"

For those who would rather go totally unfussy and shave, Godfrey-June has tips for getting the closest shave and avoiding ingrown hairs.

"Exfoliate a bit before. This will sort of lift up hair. Then shave in the direction your hair grows first and then back up," she explains.

There have even been improvements in the depilatories. Godfrey-June says that now most are less smelly and messy than they were a few years ago. Veet and Nair are two popular, efficient brands.

Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/other/
2008/07/03/2008-07-03_take_it_off.html
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