(Closed) Bees with downy arms…

posted 6 years ago in Accessories
Post # 4
4352 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@village_skeptic:  The picture isn’t showing up. You might consider waxing (though try it a few weeks in advance, not the day before) to remove the hair. When it starts to grow back in it will be the same or finer, and it grows in much slower than after shaving (plus the ends aren’t prickly like with shaving).

ETA: I can barely see the hair on your arms! You have nothing to worry about, feel free to wear a bracelet or not wear a bracelet without worrying about it.

Post # 5
94 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I think the hair on your arm in that picture looks totally fine! I would never have thought to even look at it or notice it at all except that you pointed it out. I think you can definitely wear a bracelet!

Post # 6
886 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@village_skeptic:  That’s nothing! Try being a fair-skinned hairy brunette. Epilation worked well for my day. Waxing is the same idea. If you’re leary of that, I guess you could also bleach or use chemical removal products. Those don’t last as long, though.

Post # 10
5428 posts
Bee Keeper

Your arm looks like mine, and if the hair was black and thick, yeah, wax it. But if you wax your arms now, it’ll grow back darker and thicker….each and every time!

Post # 11
3374 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Bleach it if it bothers you? Don’t ever shave or wax arms. Besides, you’ll have so many people touching your arms on your wedding day to congratulate you, you don’t want stubble. It’s better just to leave it alone.

Post # 13
5428 posts
Bee Keeper

@village_skeptic:  I wish I had the guts to wax my underarms, But I am ticklish, I don’t know how that will affect me! And how long does it last? Is it worth it? All these questions and I am scared poopless to try it, so I do the old fashioned “shave every two day” thing.

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