July 24, 2007

Smooth Legs

Previously for fear of pain and mess, I've always been satisfied with shaving. Upon seeing the very cool Veet ad for their hair removal cream (with the zig zag thing), I'd also given it a try. Alas, I was sorely disappointed when it only worked half way (ads are SO deceiving).
So I went back to shaving. And I was thrilled when they came out with a combination of two of my favourite razors- Venus and Intuition- clean smooth shave with a built in gel thing for those lazy souls out there like me. Naturally I dashed out to get one of these, Venus Breeze and was SHOCKED at the price tag ($10.99)- especially of the cartridges (23.21). But I persevered, convincing myself that each filler probably lasts longer-wrong! Because of the combination of design, the gel bar is very thin, and though it doesn't wash away as quick as the soap, it lasts for about 2 weeks at most. Ouch! Even if the catridge pack does contain 8 thats still quite pricey. (Note: If you still insist on trying it and you already own a Venus, my advice to you is just buy the refill right off the bat, because the attachment is the same. Although it may not fit onto the case anymore, it'll save you a few bucks!)
That, in addition with the recent summer heat and the short shorts trend, I decided shaving, with all its constant need of attention and unflattering stubbles after a day or so, is simply not good enough anymore. And so, I finally decided to brave the pain and go for waxing. Turns out, when it comes to beauty, I have a pretty high tolerance for pain. While it was messy and slightly painful at first, I soon got over it. Especially with these Veet wax strips, which makes it even easier (just remember to wipe off the excess with their special wipes or oil). The result were exactly as they had advertised it to be- clean and it lasts for ages! My only complain is that I don't always get everything, but I've found that skill and speed comes with practice.
So I've really tried many different methods of hair removal. Next on my list would be an epilator (above: Braun). But it is kind of pricey and I heard that the pain may be worse (I mean, they are literally pulling hair out one by one instead of all in one quick rip). Has anyone tried it? And how do you all out there keep your legs smooth?

Photo Source: veet and amazon

72 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have tried that Braun epilator and let me tell you, it hurts real bad. It might be because I'm extremely pale but it left my legs red for 2-3 days. I never had the guts to do it again, lol. My moms friend has been using it for years and her legs look perfect so maybe it just takes some getting used to.

I have an unrelated question also... I'm in need of brown evening heels, can you give me suggestions as to where I could find some? Thanks!

7/24/2007 11:44 PM  
Anonymous Kay said...

I would like to get a epilator but I'm not sure how painful it will be but glad to hear it works.

7/25/2007 12:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The epilator HURTS so bad, i can guarantee you that! I keep my legs smooth by shaving, and most importantly, exfoliating and moisturising them on a regular basis.

7/25/2007 12:22 AM  
Anonymous kaffy said...

I tried those veet wax strips a couple years ago, i ended up with blue waxy arm pits! I used their hair removal cream the other day, it worked really well, but i had stubble the next day. Personally, I think i'll stick to razors from now on.

7/25/2007 1:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been using the Intuition every day ever since it came out (at least 3 years) I have never had a problem with it. I was also excited when I saw Venus Breeze, but having used it for a month. I hate it, I am back with Intuition. The Venus Breeze did not give a smooth shave and it caused really bad razor burn. I still can't figure out something that shaved so poorly (leaving a lot of stubble) cause such razor burn!

as for epilator, I used the epilady back in the day, and while it did hurt in the beginning, it got a lot better later.

7/25/2007 1:25 AM  
Anonymous Black Raven Vintage said...

I tried the Epilator when it first came out years and years ago. I am VERY tolerant of pain, but this thing was EXCRUCIATING.

7/25/2007 1:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used a razor before, but got lazy doing it every (almost) day, so I invested in an epilator. I does hurt the first time, but you do get used to it (after 5 tries). The good thing is that the hair grows back less thick and less black. But i was disappointed when I saw that I have to do it every 5 days (so not every month like they say in the ads!).

7/25/2007 1:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

a little off the topic, but i have really hairy arms and so use hair removal cream every now and again. however it doesnt last very long so ive begun thinking about waxing my arms instead. ive waxed my legs before and found it didnt hurt too much, but heard that waxing arms is way more painful. anybody got any ideas about the best way to remove arm hair?

7/25/2007 2:15 AM  
Blogger chandra said...

i got Emjoi's EpiSlim last week and oh my god, i have a high threshold for pain but this was just unbearable. and the sound it makes scares me to death. i can't even describe how bad that experience was!! i knew someone how get electrolysis on their legs, but i think i'll just stick with shaving!

7/25/2007 2:46 AM  
Blogger Gretchen said...

I used to use an epilady and didn't really find the pain so unbearable. But I also get novocaine-less fillings, if they're not too deep. My problem with hair removal is that my hair is such that when it's pulled out, it grows back ten times as thick. Some people's hair gets thinner when yanked. I'd suggest experimenting on a patch beforehand, for a month or so.

7/25/2007 3:14 AM  
Blogger That Was Zen This Is Tao said...

I think epilators are great - the pain is not so bad for me, so I guess it depends on the body type. Try pulling your leg hairs with tweezers to see how it feels for one hair, then imagine how it would be for multiple hairs. That should give you a good idea of pain tolerance.

Even though it's pricey, it comes out cheaper than waxing because you can use it over and over and over again. I love it!

7/25/2007 3:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have the braun silk epil and it is supposed to be the most gentle epilator. i was really scared when i used it but it acutally didnt hurt that much. i advide that you let the hair grow in only slightly because if it is too long then it is more painful but if the hair is too short then it doesnt work well. i highly recommend it.

7/25/2007 3:33 AM  
Blogger Rocio said...

After using a silk epil for some time, my hair started getting weaker, so it began to grow under my skin, and creating horrible and painful bumps, even though i exfoliated every day. One vote on shaving!

7/25/2007 4:36 AM  
Anonymous Crystal said...

i have one of those epilators and thou from the start, it works well, you will realized that as time goes by, the epilator starts to get more and more useless.. maybe its the blade or something..

and i found alot of ingrown hair on my legs after using epilators too.. >_<

7/25/2007 4:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sugaring totally works for me. It lasts long ( about a month ) and doesnt hurt as much as waxing.. and very very smooth and clean

7/25/2007 5:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I used to have full-body waxes or sugars and slowly became numb to the pain.

I use a Norelco Satinelle epilady (or maybe epilator, I don't remember) and I got red bumps the first couple times I used it, but now I don't. Also, the pain is no more than faint pricks for me. Less painful than waxing in my opinion.

7/25/2007 6:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been using a Braun one for years. I recently upgraded to the new ones and they are HEAPS better than the old ones.

If you hair is too long (think arm fuzz length) then it kinda hurts but it doesn't hurt at all to do leg hair.

It comes with this head attachment that kinda massages the skin around it b4 and after it pulls the hair out. It works out roughly around the same as waxing but it gets the small hairs. (plus no stray wax to deal with)

Apparently it hurts more to wax during certain time of the month (i think just before period) but generally I don't get these issues but some people might.

7/25/2007 6:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been using a Braun silk epil for 2 and a half years now and can't complain about the pain. I tried waxing before and I prefer the epilator.
After using it I've red bumps for 3 hours or so but they fade away when applying body lotion. after the waxing my skin was more stressed.
But I have to use it once a week... so again the ads lie here. I don't know anybody who can wait 4 or 6 weeks.
And you have to be carefull to get all the hairs. So best use it in broad day light.
The most difficult thing is to use it for the first time.. to overcome your fear of pain. And then the worst is over.
But if you got couperose or spider veins I would advise you to do with out an epilator, because they can get worse.

7/25/2007 6:43 AM  
Blogger katja said...

NO!
epilators are awful!
my mother bought me one for christmas thinking it was an electric razor, and it was honestly like hell. it would pull out one hair and i'd scream and throw it down. needless to say, i immediately returned it.

my advice is just use a men's razor. as much as they say women's work just as well, they don't.

7/25/2007 7:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

for previous post, no arms dont hurt a lot but they do hurt more than legs..but waxing generally is not that bad, but epilators are. and im guessing like u said that u have hairy arms, it will probably hurt the first time but after that it won't.. i have a question! im used to waxing in my hometown but now im moving somewhere and its hard to find good ppl who do it as im used to the salon over here..i dont know how to wax on my own :( .. well anyways whats a good other way? i dont want to shave and razors and stuff, cuz I hear that is really bad for your legs.. the hairs grow quickly, its like stubble and stuff.. so what do u guys suggest? thanks

7/25/2007 7:09 AM  
Anonymous A said...

Hey, I wax- have done since I was about 14 and I'm 20 now. I get my legs waxed, but its been difficult finding good places since I have moved quite a bit. Since I've been getting them done, even with a couple of lapses into shaving, my shins are nearly hairless and it takes like 6 weeks to grow back. What I would recommend with the whole thing with moving and trying to find a new place is to just try out places around where you live, there is bound to be a good place somewhere there. If you find the first wax isn't that good, try a different place, until you find a good one. Or else, ask around, people are always more than happy to help.

7/25/2007 7:37 AM  
Blogger fashionistakay said...

I remember trying Veet way back when...and it is basically all hype! Venus rocks, I myself use it. And after I use it I am amazed at how smooth and silky my legs feel.

7/25/2007 8:02 AM  
Anonymous v said...

i used to buy nads but found it way too sticky, once my body warmed it up it would start melting, basically it's not worth paying $26 or so when Naid does the job just as well.
I use Nair's rollon wax, i really like it cause i create more of a mess with the popsicle stick.
Although sometimes when i pull it i wind up with a tiny bruises.

I waxed my arms once and it didn't hurt the same as waxing my legs. My thighs have thinner hair so it's not really painful but the rest of my leg is painful for me.

7/25/2007 8:32 AM  
Blogger suzanne said...

i agree on you with the venus breeze except the gelbar i had lasted only for 4 days. hahah :[. my friend has supppper soft legs and i asked her what she does. she said she uses the cheap bic razor haha.

7/25/2007 8:41 AM  
Blogger a-hem said...

Oh, I'm so glad you brought this up... I've used Veet, Venus and waxing strips. The razor gives me ingrowths. Hair removing cream and shaving also don't last as long as I'd like them to. The reason I pick those, however, is that I've heard that you need to let hair grow back after waxing, for a bit before you can wax again. I've heard this of the epilator too... Is this true?

7/25/2007 9:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You girls are waay braver than me! I have tried waxing, etc. All hurt so bad. I use the plain old Venus razor every morning. But I also use those scrub mitts and exfoliating sugar twice weekly. When I run out of shave creme, I use my hair conditioner--it works incredibly well! After showering, lots and lots of moisturizing creme. Your legs will be very soft.

7/25/2007 9:28 AM  
Blogger hoshistella said...

I use to use wax before. eventhough is clean but also quite pricy in long term use. i just bough philip satin ice premium epilator. yea the pain is diff kind of pain. but it much more faster u use wax and it also very work on armpit. i havent try on bikini line area~ i need to get use the pain of the armpit part 1st. :p

7/25/2007 10:05 AM  
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7/25/2007 10:49 AM  
Blogger Catherine said...

i just tried veet too and i was just as disappointed. i think i'm sticking to shaving.

7/25/2007 11:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I recommend using men razors. They have more blades and results make my legs look like a wax. I also mosturize with olive oil. I mean if my boyfriend's razor can get his face baby soft smooth I knew it could do the same for my legs.

7/25/2007 1:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i have the exact same epilator as pictured here. i love it for what it does for my legs: i've never had smoother legs and the pain is mild. however, it doesn't work so well for underarms and it hurts A LOT more there, too.

7/25/2007 2:09 PM  
Anonymous Lina said...

I've been using Braun's silk epil for two years now and I must say it's awesome and has saved me tons from getting waxed by professionals. Honestly I was scared as hell using it the first couple of times because of the vibrations and the noise - but I got used to it pretty quick and can't feel much pain now. It hurts more around some sensitive areas like the ankles, but I've always used it safely on the legs and arms.

About in-grown hairs, I've had no problems because I exfoliate and moisturize daily.

I find epilators to be a worthy investment. Try it a couple of times! :)

7/25/2007 8:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i've never let my pubic hair grow out, but i've never shaved either. (here's a cheer for the anonymity of the internet that lets me confess things like this.) i tweeze my pubic hair. unfortunately, i get ingrown hairs.. so i'm wondering if epilating will help. because i absolutely hate it when it grows out.

7/25/2007 9:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been using my braun epilator for years (approx 8 or 9 years?) and yes it does hurt the first few times u use it - no point beating around the bush, but after a while, you get used to it and you just feel little pin pricks that I wouldn't say is painful.

Results last longer than shaving and is less messy. Would never go back to shaving.

You can use the epilator for ur bikini line (which I have once in a while for a "clean up") but you can still get ingrown hairs. However, I generally go for a Hollywood which I go for a profession wax for, and would never use an epilator for this.

7/25/2007 9:36 PM  
Blogger Juliet said...

I think I have tried every single (home-to-do) ways to remove hair.

epilator isn't that painful as they say. yeah, sure it hurts , but you're not gonna die on the pain.

wax is really messy. ( i think these two are the same in the level of panfulness) and taks a lot of time.

hair removing gels _do_ work, but just for few days. and then you'll need to do it again.

shaving is for me the last choice for me. it doesn't last long, I easily hurt myself and it takes a lot of time to do it daily.

7/25/2007 10:53 PM  
Blogger kelly louise said...

I prefer shaving...what is the best razor do you find?

7/25/2007 11:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I tried waxing and it didn't really hurt, but I got wax everywhere! The strips ran out way before the wax did and my fingers kept sticking together. Maybe it was just a bad kit, it was a sally hanson one, I don't think I'll be getting it again.

7/25/2007 11:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What do you use with the epilator? Like, is there any "epilator" cream you're supposed to use with it? Water? Nothing?

7/26/2007 12:39 AM  
Blogger Geisha said...

I use the Venus Vibrance razor every day during Summer on my legs(I love to wear shorts) but during the Winter, i barely have to because of long pants/jeans. I've been wanting to use the Intuition for a long time, but I wasn't sure if it was worth...but I guess it must be as it is one of your favorites! :)

7/26/2007 12:42 AM  
Blogger Geisha said...

*worth it

7/26/2007 12:43 AM  
Blogger Tulz said...

Epilating hurts just as bad as it sounds...you CAN feel it pulling up each individual hair! I'd stick to waxing...I'll try get the number for that lady for you :)

7/26/2007 3:48 AM  
Anonymous alis said...

i hate waxing! it's so messy to do at home, takes so much time! and i hate going to salons because no matter how clean they are i'm always disgusted of other people touching me.. i also have a solid theory that wax makes armpits sag!

and i have never used a razor for anywhere but the private parts.. actually no one in my country does, the trend is full-body waxing. as for the bikini line, the hairs there are exceeding so I'm planning to get them lasered this winter(not right now because after laser epilation the skin must not be exposed to the sun).

I have been using Braun epilator since I was 14-15, the first time i was scared of the noise, but it's very easy to get used to. a previous comment said u can test it by tweezing a single hair, but that's not true, when u use it in high speed it hardly even hurts, except for the times that i havent touched them for more than a month.. it's clean and quick, i highly recommend it. I'm still using the one i got 7-8 years ago, it's still working perfectly, and it's not costing me any money. it works amazing on legs; the results are long term, and you can do it whenever you want when u see short hair. in the summer i do it about once a week, but if I'm going to the pool i can always refresh it in 10 minutes, have perfectly smooth legs w/out the wait like wax. I use it for my armpits and bikini line too, but those areas cause a lot of ingrows. just get the whole bunch lasered if you can afford, believe me in long term it will cost you less than all those waxing appointments.

7/26/2007 5:32 AM  
Blogger AEK said...

I have that epilator that you posted. At first it hurts real bad but the second time it hurts less, and by the third time, it's painless. I use it mainly for my armpits. I use it for my legs as well, but it takes a loooong time to get every hair out.

7/27/2007 5:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Omg the epilator is the reason I turned to shaving. I have a high tolerance for pain I mean I wax my bikini line by my self but the epilator is torture!

7/27/2007 7:01 PM  
Anonymous sadie said...

I'm too much of a wimp to try the epilator, and therefore I stick to razors, but what do you all suggest as a good razor that gets you the most bang for your buck? Seeing as the Breeze may not have been worth it...

7/29/2007 6:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dear god, i have used the braun epilator and, let me tell you, it is torturous! it was only possible for me to do a 4 inch square area of my leg at a time before i had to stop because i just couldn't take the pain anymore. afterwards, my legs were red and each little hair follicle was a swollen bump for the rest of the day! sexy!

7/30/2007 1:35 AM  
Anonymous Froydis said...

i used the epilator once and couldn't use it again. It hurts and it didn't get all the small hairs so i didnt have the smooth feeling i get from shaving..
im going to stick with shaving from now on, but might try waxing in the future. any products you'd recommend trying?

7/30/2007 12:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've tried the Braun epilator and it hurts ike hell! MUCH worse than waxing. Also the one time I tried, the hair seemed to grow back in less than a weeks time, so I think no significant advantage over waxing.
-Sudha

7/30/2007 4:07 PM  
Blogger Candy said...

I have the braun epilator of the pic and im very happy with it, i use it on my legs and armpits and though the first times were a bit painful it doesnt hurt at all anymore (have been using it for 2 years already) and i always look perfect and smooth. For the bikini line i go to a beauty salon to get waxed cos im not able to do it myself that well, though when im in a hurry i use the veet strips.

7/31/2007 2:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hii xx
I am 14 years old but since I have been 13years old I have noticed I have alot of hair all over my body.
Like on my stomach and my arms are really bad. It really brings me down and I don't know what to do to cut down on the hair. It makes me really embarressed and I always end up covering my arms.I really don't want to shave. Is there anything you can suggest to help me out?

8/13/2007 2:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i have the silk epil sitting in a drawer somewhere. i've used it once or twice and it hurt like hell. i thought i could deal with the pain - i've have brazilian waxes w/o flinching, but that thing is truly torturous. the people who claim it doesn't hurt are damn liars!

8/17/2007 12:00 PM  
Anonymous nicoleann63 said...

I use the silk epilator (same as the picture above) and have been using it about once a month for the past 2 years and it hurts a lot in the beginning but 2-3 minutes later it's much better.

Now I'm used to the pain but I have a LOT of ingrown hairs and bumps. I've always had a lot of hair in my legs so epilator is the best thing for me (epilate once a month and then shave the spots that i missed) but i can't tolerate all these bumps. My legs can NEVER be smooth and it's embarrassing when I'm with my boyfriend because even right after I shave they still feel hard.

Any advice?!??!!

8/21/2007 12:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

---- Anonymous said...
Hii xx
I am 14 years old but since I have been 13years old I have noticed I have alot of hair all over my body.
Like on my stomach and my arms are really bad. It really brings me down and I don't know what to do to cut down on the hair. It makes me really embarressed and I always end up covering my arms.I really don't want to shave. Is there anything you can suggest to help me out?

8/12/2007 7:17 PM

HEY! - You may want to go see your doctor re: this issue because it can be involving your hormones. I have had thick dark hair all my life that turns out was a hormonal thing! Some hormonal treatments can help! I wish you luck! - It has been quite the dilimma for me because I looked into it too late (25!).

9/12/2007 10:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been using silk epilator. I've no problem with the pain but lots ingrowns!! do not use it girls!! I went back to have waxing for upper legs and bikini area. and back to shaving lower legs cuz I can't wait 4-6 wks for waxing the lower legs. however, silk epilator is great ofr under aroms..if you can handle the pain. it's so much painful for underarm when using silk epilator.

10/16/2007 3:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know what you mean Nicole, I have the same problem, I use my emjoi gently about once every 10 days (I use it for everything, including arms) and I shave now and then to get rid of any hairs that have been missed on my legs. I dont find the epilator painful at all and I love the ease of use and convenience however I get loads of bumps and ingrown hairs despite regular exfoliation. I have persisted with it till now however I hate the reaction it causes. if anyone knows of any products to prevent this or has any advise I would be most grateful!!

10/21/2007 12:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I use witch hazel astringent (you can get it at the grocery store) on those annoying bumps you get after epilating- and i swear to you the bumps are gone after an hour or two. Added bonus: it's a natural antiseptic and skin soother so it cuts way down on ingrown hairs too. If you still get the occasional bump, dab some tea tree oil on it! Good luck!

10/31/2007 12:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm getting the silk epil for Christmas. I can't wait. My mom's been using hers for years now. I tried it a long time ago and it hurt like a son of a *****. But I was over at her house a few weeks ago and saw that she has now hair in her arm pits I decided I would give it another try. It still hurt like a you know what, but I found I got kind of numb to the pain after a few minutes. (That was on my legs. Haven't tried the pits yet :O)

12/22/2007 8:55 AM  
Anonymous cyanideprincess said...

I just got the Smooth Legs pad things 'as seen on tv' and they work ok. You have to use a bunch of them to get all the hair off just your legs, but it's painless.
I rubbed too hard at first, thinking it was supposed to wipe away, and that left a red irritated splotch. You have to sort of buff... it took a while, but it's pretty nice.
I think they'd work for most women (I don't think they'd do well against extremely thick, coarse hair. Or maybe you'd just need to use more of them).

I can't afford waxing regularly, and I get horrible red bumps- not ingrowns, more like blood blisters or something- when I wax my bikini area. When I shave I have stubble by that evening, and Nair and Veet only leave me smooth for a day, then I'm stubbly again.

After reading all these, I'm wondering if I could stand an epilator. I could probably deal with the pain if the results lasted a little while. Ingrowns... not so fond of....

3/31/2009 8:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

tried smooth legs. I got it form the local mall...not good at all. If you build up too much friction the pad starts to slide off of the rubber grip. I have always used the intuition and in my opinion it is the easiest way to shave, but the blades are not of the best quality. Even though they could have better blades it is the best I have ever used.

4/26/2009 4:10 PM  
Blogger belhana said...

Thank you for the wonderful effort

إني تذكـرت والذكرى مؤرقـة *مجـداً تلـيدا بأيـدينا أضعـناه

أنَّى اتجهتَ للإسـلام في بـلـدٍ * تجْده كالطيرِ مقصـوصًا جناحـاه

كـم صرفتنا يـدٌ كنـا نـصرفها * وبات يـملكنا شعب مـلكناه

بالله سل خلف بحر الروم عن عرب * بالأمس كانوا هنا واليوم قد تاهوا

وانزل دمشق وسائل صخر مسجدها * عمن بناه لعل الـصخر ينعـاه

هذى معـالم خرس كـل واحـدة * منهن قامت خطيبـا فاغرا فـاه

الله يعلم ما قلبت سـيرتهم يومـا * وأخطـأ دمـع الـعين مـجراه

يا من يرى عمـراتكسوه بردته * الزيت أدمٌ لـه والكـوخ مـأواه

يهتز كسـرى على كرسيه فرقـا * من خوفه ، وملوك الروم تخشـاه

يا رب فابعث لنا من مثلهم نفـرا * يشـيدون لـنا مـجدا أضعنـاه

7/05/2009 5:51 PM  
Blogger belhana said...

Thank you for the wonderful effort

إني تذكـرت والذكرى مؤرقـة *مجـداً تلـيدا بأيـدينا أضعـناه

أنَّى اتجهتَ للإسـلام في بـلـدٍ * تجْده كالطيرِ مقصـوصًا جناحـاه

كـم صرفتنا يـدٌ كنـا نـصرفها * وبات يـملكنا شعب مـلكناه

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