The Brazilian Saga, Part Four: The Day After

I am covered with little red dots.

It would seem that every pore either bled or was very unhappy about the hair-tearing experience, so I have inflamed areas and scabs everywhere.

However, it doesn’t hurt at all. It’s a little uncomfortable to brush across those bumpy sores, but that irritation isn’t really even enough to mention. What is annoying is how it looks. I imagine that will go away eventually.

Soon would be good.

So: would I recommend this experience to a friend? Yes, and not (just) because I’m a sadist. I think it’s good to experience different things in life, and I also think women should look into every hair removal option they possibly can. Some people are going to like it and some aren’t, but they should at least try it out and see what they think.

I’m not sure yet if this is going to be a permanent solution for me. If it is, it will mean that I use three different hair removal methods: Nair on the face, wax on the bikini area, and shaving on the legs and underarms. I don’t really like having to fuss a lot about my appearance; I prefer to be as low-maintenance as possible. We’ll have to see how I feel about doing this for the rest of my life.


Read the other chapters in the Brazilian Saga! (If you haven’t already.)

Part One: Oh the Hair, the Hair!
Part Two: I totally caved