Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Do or don't, you'll want to try Nad's.

Do or don't, you'll be intrigued by Nad's home wax systems and who knows, you may become a convert once you realise its easier than tearing off a band aid and can save a you a vast amount of money!
 Over the past few years I've been experimenting with various brands, from Boots to Parissa to Veet to tend to my upper lip, chin and underarm; I know and there was you thinking I was impeccably hair-free.  After a few eye watering moments with one brand ripping off more skin than stubble I began to intensively investigate the differences from one brand to the next and ultimately discover which make and style wax system was best for me and my body parts.
I achieved some very good results from Parissa Face and Bikini Wax Strips, which seemed to whip off facial hair effortlessly and with no burning traces to speak of but I found these hardest to find and replace. Veet strips for underarm (and bikini) looked good on workable sized sheets but didn't compare to Parissa as they took more attempts which meant I was going to be replacing them more often. Not as money saving as I hoped with all the arm ache!
Roll on some years of using these brands in between visits to my wonderful local wax lady and finally I try Nad's.
I have to admit I have no idea why I hadn't bought a single Nad's product before as its a brand I have always been aware of, its reputation and results, plus, for goodness sake, its my namesake too...let's call that a 'blindingly obvious beauty block' shall we!!
As I had expected, I was very impressed with their Facial Wax Strips (below) which I'd put down to the comfortably softly woven sheets, as nothing but the wax and hair make contact equaling less pain, more hair removal and fewer attempts.  I saved time, money and achieved results I was happy with as they travelled well this year on a trip to the Caribbean.

Nad's Facial Wax Strips on a soft weave.
I was lucky enough to attend a Nad's event at the start of the Summer to meet the brains behind the brand and to be introduced to more sensational products. My most favourite was the ever so nifty
Nad's Eyebrow Shaper as I instantly knew this would be a fantastic addition to my work kit and wow, its so friggin useful when you want to tidy up your brows at the last minute.  I am a lover of tweezing but the eyebrow shaper is speedier without a doubt and as long as you're not too 'gun ho with the wax you can achieve such precision with minimal effort.

Nad's Facial Wand Eyebrow Shaper in a twist up pen style.
Ah, I hope you're a little more convinced of trying to do your own hair removing at your own convenience, certainly helps me to feel groomed in a matter of minutes!!!

Find out more at www.nads.com 

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