Newbie seeking advice on male waxing. Is it painful?

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thetreatmentden
I specialise in Male waxing and indeed train others in the art of waxing guys.
This is the most common question I get asked. In short no not really. There is a slight sting when the hair is removed, but other then that no.
Some areas are more painful then others, but nothing that is unbearable.
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sinwaxing
Been waxing for more than 20yrs now and specialise in male waxing for 11 and I would say everyone has a different pain threshold but you have to try in order to find out. I will say this... we wouldn't all be in business if it was that bad. Do your research and go somewhere good as a bad wax could put you off altogether, sadly.If the waxed is good it will hurt only for a couple of seconds after wax is removed and they should apply pressure to relieve discomfort. It should never be sore after!!! Good luck
sinwaxing
Been waxing for more than 20yrs now and specialise in male waxing for 11 and I would say everyone has a different pain threshold but you have to try in order to find out. I will say this... we wouldn't all be in business if it was that bad. Do your research and go somewhere good as a bad wax could put you off altogether, sadly.If the waxed is good it will hurt only for a couple of seconds after wax is removed and they should apply pressure to relieve discomfort. It should never be sore after!!! Good luck
sinwaxing
Been waxing for more than 20yrs now and specialise in male waxing for 11 and I would say everyone has a different pain threshold but you have to try in order to find out. I will say this... we wouldn't all be in business if it was that bad. Do your research and go somewhere good as a bad wax could put you off altogether, sadly.If the waxed is good it will hurt only for a couple of seconds after wax is removed and they should apply pressure to relieve discomfort. It should never be sore after!!! Good luck
sinwaxing
Been waxing for more than 20yrs now and specialise in male waxing for 11 and I would say everyone has a different pain threshold but you have to try in order to find out. I will say this... we wouldn't all be in business if it was that bad. Do your research and go somewhere good as a bad wax could put you off altogether, sadly. Good luck
sinwaxing
Been waxing for more than 20yrs now and specialise in male waxing for 11 and I would say everyone has a different pain threshold but you have to try in order to find out. I will say this... we wouldn't all be in business if it was that bad. Do your research and go somewhere good as a bad wax could put you off altogether, sadly. Good luck
sinwaxing
Been waxing for more than 20yrs now and specialise in male waxing for 11 and I would say everyone has a different pain threshold but you have to try in order to find out. I will say this... we wouldn't all be in business if it was that bad. Do your research and go somewhere good as a bad wax could put you off altogether, sadly. Good luck
sinwaxing
Been waxing for more than 20yrs now and specialise in male waxing for 11 and I wou,d say everyone has a different pain threshold but you have to try in order to find out. I will say this... we would t all be in business if it was that bad. Do your research and go somewhere good as a bad wax could put you off altogether sadly. Good luck
sinwaxing
Been waxing for more than 20yrs now and specialise in male waxing for 11 and I wou,d say everyone has a different pain threshold but you have to try in order to find out. I will say this... we would t all be in business if it was that bad. Do your research and go somewhere good as a bad wax could put you off altogether sadly. Good luck
sinwaxing
Been waxing for more than 20yrs now and specialise in male waxing for 11 and I wou,d say everyone has a different pain threshold but you have to try in order to find out. I will say this... we would t all be in business if it was that bad. Do your research and go somewhere good as a bad wax could put you off altogether sadly. Good luck
StudioSalonJaneUK
I am qualified and experienced male therapist and perform waxing for men (and women). I work from a home based studio (or will travel) and offer great prices. eg. £30 for BSC first time and £25 after
lirio
I do male waxing, I trained I use very good wax not too painful. I'm based in Bromley kent thanks
Rachel-Higgins
Hi dritchie,
Waxing is a little uncomfortable yes, there is a slight sting but I wouldn't call it painful, if you put a sticky plaster on your hairy leg or arm and pull it off, the sensation you feel is very similar to waxing, but the more you have waxing done the more you get used to it :o)
SkinDeepBeauty
If your a newbie my advice would be to go to the best in the business and that is Andy from Axiom Bodyworks. He is not only a great technician he trains others his technique.
ianh67
I also do male waxing in Solihull, at the begining yes but it doesn't last long and the more times you have waxing then the less painful (ish) it is. failing that you could also try shaving or clippers, but it doesn't last as long as you don't get the root out.

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LucieLAE
I do body sugaring which is much gentle method than waxing without skin irritation after a treatment. All my guys love it. And painful? Every single person has different pain threshold, you have to only pick up your courage and try it. Some people think is like a massage, some feel discomfort at the beginning till you get use to it. Good luck! :)
AdancedBeauty
I also do male waxing and i agree with thetreatmentden couldnt have put it better x