When it comes to any beauty treatment around, chances are, there’s going to be a cost involved – after all, feeling and looking amazing doesn’t come free! All hair removal methods will come with some sort of cost – but it’s important to weigh up not only the costs, but the pros and cons of each hair removal method.
Firstly, ask yourself how much money you are willing to invest in having silky smooth skin? If your budget is looking rather slim, and you think you can only contribute ten dollars or so a month to removing your unwanted hair, you might want to consider investing in a good shaver or razor. There’s not a whole lot of point to doing only one waxing treatment and then not being able to afford any more, as a lot of the waxing benefits comes with doing it over time.
If you believe you can afford the costs involved with on-going waxing, definitely give it a try, as it’s one of the most recommended hair removal methods by a lot of professional beauticians.
How much is waxing?
When it comes to paying for a waxing treatment, you will have two different options to choose from: do it yourself methods and professional treatments.
DIY Waxing – doing a waxing treatment yourself is definitely going to cost less than getting it done by a professional. That’s mostly because a professional is doing it, so you’re not only paying for the product they use, but for the space they do it in etc. DIY waxing kits can cost anything from $5 to $30 (sometimes more, sometimes less).
Professional Waxing – just like many other trades, leaving it up to the professionals is always the best option. Although this bumps up the costs, it means that the job will be done properly. The cost of waxing with a professional varies from salon to salon, and generally depends on the type of treatment (for example, mens waxing of the back will cost more than eyebrow waxing). It can generally range from $15 to $100.