By: Annelise Vintila
Just like millions of other people I love the sunshine glistening on my face, the Sun’s rays warming my cheeks up and making me feel cozy and warm all over. What I don’t love is when you’re basking in the sunlight and the rays hit your upper lip so that it highlights your non-waxed mustache and your grandma makes a comment on how you would look like a ‘handsome boy’. Body hair is one of the most natural parts of the human body, whether you decide to keep it au naturel, trim it or completely remove it. I personally choose to remove my facial hair as my makeup looks smoother and stays longer throughout the day, but my hair grows at a rapid pace so it’s sometimes really hard to keep up with the waxing. As I mentioned in prior articles, I was gifted with near caveman-like body hair and my whole life I have tried to get rid of it. It’s not that I’m ashamed of it, I just personally feel much more comfortable when I present myself to the world hairless.
I have been deeply debating getting laser hair removal, and I have been sucked into a deep hole where I have educated myself on the details of laser hair removal training; this includes skin care, wound healing, laser tissue effects, light-based therapies and client consultations. Before I can make the decision of getting laser hair removal treatments, I need to familiarize myself with all the aspects of laser hair removal. Through laser technician training, professionals gain the confidence and knowledge to perform the sessions on all ranges of clients and ensuring that they are satisfied completely. Laser hair technicians have the power to completely change lives, as some people have never felt comfortable in their own skin because of the excess hair. Laser hair removal school enables a student to be transformed into an expert, and the more laser hair removal sessions they perform, the more assured they become in the craft.
It takes in-depth training to become a skilled laser hair removal technician
At times I feel like views on body hair are hypocritical; on one hand a man is praised for growing body hair and is labeled as a ‘true’ man, where as a woman would be seen very masculine if she naturally grew the same type of body hair. In recent years, female body hair has been more naturally accepted, but it is still frowned upon when a woman flaunts her body hair. It’s so cool to have the courage to parade yourself the way you were made, and I truly respect anyone who can just rock their body hair without having a worry of what others might whisper about them. I am personally not at that point yet, and the more I research laser hair removal, the more I am assured it is the right choice for me.
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