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Brazilian Wax - The Basics

Brazilian waxing is a procedure which involves the removal of hair from the bikini area.

This method of waxing is termed Brazilian as it is most often associated with the requirements of the local Brazilian women who are famous for wearing small thong style bikinis.

It is commonly thought of as a more thorough form of bikini waxing which used to mainly be a requirement for ladies partaking in a spot of sun worship. It is now a prerequisite of the modern woman and even men have begun to engage in the practice.

The Brazilian technique involves the removal of hair from the buttocks and anything around the anus, perineum and vulva (labia majora and mons pubis).

A typical Brazilian wax leaves a small line of pubic hair above the vulva, commonly known as the "G-Wax" or just "Brazilian".

Waxes that completely remove the pubic hair are either termed 'Full-Brazilian', 'Sphynx' or 'Hollywood' depending on the salon visited. Sometimes the term Full Bikini Wax or FBW is used. Be sure you know what you've ordered!


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