For genital/pubic hair removal as well as hair on the bikini line, both Brazilian and French bikini waxing are options. But there are some significant differences between them, which we go over below.
Brazilian waxing was introduced to New York City for the first time in 1987. Seven Brazilian sisters introduced this style of waxing. Later, this Brazilian waxing spread throughout the western world, including the United States of America.
Every single unwanted pubic hair is removed during a Brazilian bikini wax. This is made possible by the Brazilian bikini wax’s ability to completely remove any unwanted hairs that develop on the front, back, or in between. Even though it’s more typical for an aesthetician to leave a “landing strip,” occasionally some clients will request that the aesthetician remove every hair from the bikini area.
In this method of waxing, the aesthetician will first use a pair of scissors to trim the hair in order to make room for the wax to enter the hair follicles. In order to apply the wax to the treatment area gradually, an application stick, typically made of wood, is used. If there are any stray pubic hairs left over after waxing, you can tidy up by using tweezers.
Brazilian waxing is a very difficult technique to perform, so it is wise to keep in mind that the aesthetician should have substantial professional experience. In addition to attempting to hold their skin taut and breathe normally, patients should unwind.
A French bikini wax aims to produce a different outcome. While Brazilian bikini waxing removes all hair or just a landing strip, French waxing typically leaves a thin, vertical pubic hair strip that is about three fingers wide. Even an inverted triangular patch of bikini hair can occasionally be left behind.
In contrast to the Brazilian bikini wax, which also removes hair from the buttock region, the French wax does not do away with this hair. However, during a French waxing pubic hair removal procedure, the hair that grows on the area of the inner labia is typically removed.
Patients typically have to take their pants off for the French bikini wax, just like the Brazilian wax. Both waxing techniques are therefore out of the question if the patient is unlikely to agree to do this. Furthermore, during a Brazilian bikini wax, the aesthetician may instruct the clients to adopt postures that expose their most private areas, such as spreading their legs widely apart, and so forth.
As a result, patients who are getting their bikini waxed for the first time frequently opt to start with a French wax rather than a Brazilian wax so they can get a feel for the procedure as a whole before deciding whether or not to pursue further treatments for pubic hair removal.