I got a package for full brazillian plus extended bikini, but I still have dark coarse hair on the backs of my thighs (from the backs of my knees all the way up to my crack). So I bought a package for "full legs", can I expect them to go up this far, and also go up to my hips?
How Far Up Can I Expect Them to Go for Full Legs?
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Laser hair removal - how far up can they go
Brazilian bikini laser hair removal has become a very popular treatment with both men and women and a common choice for removing all or almost all pubic hair from the pubic region.
Many, if not most of our clients want absolutely no hair in the pubic region from the peri-anal laser hair removal area, to thong strip laser hair removal , labia laser hair removal to pubic area.
Some people want it All- Off but no women EVER regrets removing hair in the peri-anal area, hair around the areolas and hair under the belly button. These areas can be lasered in just minutes, and are very common areas of unwanted hair. Consultations take place while you are fully clothed. We use diagrams to help you decide what you'd like to do. You can even choose option A, B, or C (we know some people don't like to utter the words peri-anal!) Once you decide what you'd like done, our technicians carefully explain every step so you know just what to expect. If you want to keep some hair, YOU decide, a white eyeliner pencil is used to outline where you would or would not like hair, so there will never be confusion about exactly what you want.
Brazilian bikini laser can be a life changing experience for many people. Take your time and choose the medical center providing your laser hair removal carefully.
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Hair Treatment for "Full Legs"
Thank you for your question.
Each office is different with how they price packages and what is meant by "full legs" so I would suggest that you have a discussion with the office staff and/or provider to get a good understanding of what to expect for future treatments.
Hair removal packages
Definitions largely depend on the proficiency of the staff/office, and the structure of their business. To me, full legs means ankle to hip, both legs, and that's why our treatment time for this takes about 60 minutes - it's a lot of area to do, and several passes with the treatment head. Offices that are more, let's say, liberal with their definitions, can say they do full legs in 15 minutes, so clearly, not from ankle to hip with multiple passes done. You need to determine exactly what the office you plan to go to defines that area as and how they plan to treat you.
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