Which wax?

Wax types

There are many different types of wax and wax products, which can make it very difficult to make a choice. At Harsdiscounter Waxing Shop we make a distinction between; 1) liquid wax in wax cartridge with roller 2) liquid wax in can 3) hard wax in granules or tablet.

Which wax should I use?

Liquid wax in wax cartridge with roller

  • Operation: Liquid wax works through adhesion: the wax sticks to the hair, sticks to the hair removal strip and to the skin.
  • Application of the wax: By roller. Roller waxing is simple, fast and effective.
  • Removal of the wax: By means of a hair removal strip
  • Suitable body parts: Large areas: back and chest, legs and arms. Smaller rollers are suitable for the face, underarms and bikini area. The wax should not be applied more than once.

Liquid wax in a tin

  • Operation: Liquid wax works through adhesion: the wax sticks to the hair, sticks to the hair removal strip and to the skin.
  • Application of the wax: With a spatula. The wax should be applied as thinly as possible.
  • Removal of the wax: By means of a hair removal strip
  • Suitable body parts: Large areas: back and chest, legs and arms. Smaller rollers are suitable for the face, underarms and bikini area. The wax should not be applied more than once.

Hard wax in granules

  • Operation: Hard wax works by encapsulating the hair with the wax. During cooling, the wax shrinks, so that the hairs are absorbed into the wax
  • Application of the wax: With a spatula. The wax should not be applied too thinly, but evenly.
  • Removing the wax: After cooling, the wax resembles a thin layer of plastic. By loosening a small tab of the wax from the skin, the wax can be removed.
  • Suitable body parts: Small areas such as underarms, face and bikini line. Hard wax is suitable for waxing stiff and / or short facial hair.
Which wax?