The upper lip waxing is a comparatively easy process and quite common for both men and women, especially for women who prefer to get rid of that wonky moustache, permanently.
The lip area is one of the most sensitive facial area so the amount of wax to be applied here is usually smaller than other facial area. Plus the waxing is divided into smaller part for less pain and more thorough process.
Before we begin, you should notify the technician on any form of allergic since the waxing may cause minor allergic in some case. The process includes 6 following steps:
Step 1: Wash the upper lip area and clean up any trace of make-up if there is any then left the area to fully dry.
Step 2: Wax will be applied onto half of your upper lip area, along the lip line. Then a cloth strip will be placed over the wax to secure it.
Step 3: After around 10 seconds, the waxing strip will be pulled off.
Step 5: This process is repeated again on the other half of your upper lip. A tweezers may be used to pick off any left over.
Step 6: Lips will be rinsed with cool water to close pores and remove wax left over.