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Nair Hair Removal Products Review

You wanna get rid of that ugly peach fuzz covering your legs but your mom won't let you shave yet. What's a girl to do? Plenty. Here are a couple of shaving alternatives to get your legs feeling soft and smooth without ever touching a razor.

One of the best first-time defuzzers to try on your legs is a body mitten. A body mitten is used to gently rub off unwanted hair and dead skin on your legs or arms. Nair Buff-Off Body Mittens are made from durable polyester and coated with aloe. You simply rub the mitten in a circular motion and poof - no more hair. To soothe your skin after hair removal, rub on the finishing oil azulene (it comes in the package.) Body mittens are easy to use, they work and your legs will be silky smooth.

Another product that will get rid of that embarrassing leg hair before gym class is Nair AppleLicious and Raspberry Raz ma Taz Lotion. These two delicious smelling creams are specially designed for first-time hair removal. You just slather it on your legs and it works in as little as four minutes. Plus, it moisturizes your skin, leaves it super soft and keeps the hair away longer than shaving does.

If ya don't like your hands getting all gooey, Nair has another hair removal solution for you. They have a Roll-On Lotion With Easy-Grip Bottle. No fuss, no mess - just roll it on to get rid of unwanted hair. The cream works in just a few minutes.

All of these hair removal products can be used a bunch of times and you don't have to worry about giving yourself nasty shaving nicks. Hair removal products are available at your local drug or grocery store. It's a safe, simple way for a smooth set of legs.

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rainbowpoptart
rainbowpoptart posted in Style:
Hello Amelia! Fellow natural ginger here. Your hair is a gorgeous colour and I don't blame your parents for not wanting you to dye it. How about the dye only be temporary? It won't stay on forever, so you'll have your cool rainbow colours and still have your natural colour. I do need to warn you, though, don't dye your hair too much. It's not good for your scalp. Good luck. :)
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Pink_Cool_Girl
Pink_Cool_Girl posted in Style:
They know what is best for you. But if you really wanna dye your hair, you should compromise with them. Like for instance: tell them you can dye the bottom of your hair the color, and then when you get older, you could maybe dye a little more, and so on. But your parents know what's best for you, and they want you to look presentable.                       ~PCG :)
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PaytonTehPanda
PaytonTehPanda posted in Style:
Hello players of KidzWorld! I am Amelia, feel free to call me Payton or whatever you'd like! So, let us jump right into this! :D -=+=- I have natural ginger hair and really, REALLY strict parents. I would like to dye my hair this blue color called "Atomic Turquoise" by Maniac Panic :) However, my parents don't want me to dye my hair as they think that these colors look "trashy". Girls whom I know, have dyed hair. One of them even has piercings I want. Another has had her hair every color of the rainbow and more! So, my parents are very strict and quite... I don't even know. They won't allow me to do anything really... Does anyone have anything I can use to have my parents allow me to dye my hair? Thank you! :D <3 ~Payton
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donteatcarrots
donteatcarrots posted in Style:
lisp or not, i'm sure you're a nice person. i don't even know if you can get rid of this lisp- maybe practice speaking at home, try different movements with your lips or mouth, i don't know. don't let a lisp make you less confident, that doesn't change anything about you as a person. be yourself and be confident.
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Ezma
Ezma posted in Style:
Dear Dish it, Im already a grown teen but I don't think I am that easy to get along whem meeting new friends in school. And I think its because I lose my confidence cause I got some speech defect which called lisp. I often sometimes looks weird when theyre talking to me and It really affects me. What should I do? I have read and tried all the practice and therapy I read in the internet for a year but it doesnt make a change. I hope you help me
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