Does hard wax not remove hair roots?

When properly applied and removed, hard wax can remove hair from the root, just like other types of wax. Hard wax is a popular hair removal method because it adheres only to the hair and not the skin, which makes it less painful and less likely to cause skin irritation or damage.

The hard wax is heated until it becomes a soft, pliable texture, and then applied to the skin in the direction of hair growth. The wax is then allowed to cool and harden, trapping the hair in the wax. The wax is then quickly pulled off in the opposite direction of hair growth, pulling the hair out by the root.

Overall, hard wax is an effective hair removal method that can provide long-lasting results. However, the effectiveness of the hair removal depends on various factors such as the skill and technique of the waxer, the quality of the wax, and the thickness and coarseness of the hair being removed.

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