How to Eliminate Redness After an Eyebrow Wax
Want an immediate confidence booster. Get an eyebrow wax. It shapes your brows. It results in slower hair regrowth. It can essentially sculpt your face and make you appear more youthful. Simply put, waxing makes your eyebrows look fantastic.
But what doesn’t look so fantastic? Inflamed, irritated brows post-wax.
So How Does One Eliminate Redness After Eyebrow Wax
1. Don’t exfoliate this area: If you are redness-prone then scrubbing can absolutely irritate skin further. If you do have to exfoliate, be mindful about avoiding your eyebrow area.
2. Moisturise: Soothe the skin around eyebrows and make up for any moisture loss. Apply a good moisturizer post-shower.
3. Cool off: Itchy, aggravated skin following your wax? Turn to aloe vera or lavender oil. (We also recommend Hairgo’s post soothing lotion).
4. Say no to tweezing: Stray hairs? Embrace them. At least until your skin is no longer red or inflamed. Tweezing immediately post-wax can cause breakouts to alreadyirritated skin.
5. Skip product overload. Now is so not the time to coat your skin with makeup (no matter how much you love your concealer and bronzer). Why? Because of the potential for clogged pores