What does Brazilian hair removal, or just a Brazilian, mean?
Brazilian hair removal refers to a method, in which the hairs are removed from the genital area completely, leaving only a “landing strip” or a small section of hair on the pubic mound. If desired, all hair can also be removed completely.
Brazilian sugaring, Brazilian wax, a Brazilian – are these all the same thing?
Yes. This popular method has many names. Brazilian wax is a remnant of the time when all hair removal was done by waxing. Now that sugaring has replaced wax, a Brazilian wax is actually a Brazilian sugaring.
What does a Brazilian include?
At the Beauty Center Fenix, Brazilian hair removal covers everything from the pubic mound to the top of the area between the buttocks, meaning pubic hair as well as the hair on labia/testicles and between the buttocks.
Where can I find Brazilian sugaring for men?
Here, of course! At Beauty Center Fenix, we have been offering Brazilian sugaring for men since 2005. We welcome all men who want a Brazilian!
Why choose sugaring for intimate areas?
Sugaring is at its best on small and sensitive areas of the skin, where the skin is thin (mucous membranes, groin), the hairs are thick and stiff and their follicles are tight. In sugaring, the hairs are removed following their natural direction of growth, which ensures that they do not break and no ingrown hairs are created.
How long can or should the hair be before getting a Brazilian?
The necessary hair length is approximately 5 mm or longer, which means that the hair has enough surface for the sugar to adhere to, which allows the hair to come out on the first try. The hair can never be too long. Long hair can be shortened to a convenient length for removal at the salon in a jiffy, so you can rest easy and come in for a hair removal completely “au naturel”. You could say that the rule of thumb is that long hair is better than short, because long hair can easily be made shorter, but it is hard (and painful) to try to get something out of nothing!
What if the hair is too short for sugaring?
There is only one important rule before you come to sugaring: do not shave your hair for at least two weeks before sugaring. The hair shaved in the last week from anywhere on the body is probably too short (less than 5 mm) so the hair won’t come off when sugared.
Our beautician can try her best to remove too short hair, but as practice has shown it is almost certain that the nice soft and completely silky finish can not be achieved when hair is too short. It is even possible that the short stubble will not come off during sugaring at all.
Please note that coming to sugaring with too short hair is considered to be the time reserved and used, and therefore the full price will be charged, regardless of the outcome of the sugaring. We therefore strongly recommend not to shave well in advance before sugaring.
Does Brazilian sugaring hurt?
Sugaring is always done as quickly and painlessly as possible. The procedure is not painless – especially during the first few sessions. However, in the long-term, regular sugaring makes hair so thin and sparse that the procedure will eventually become much easier.
How long does a Brazilian take?
Depending on the amount and type of hair to be removed, a Brazilian sugaring takes approx. 20–45 minutes.
“I’m too shy. It’s too embarrassing, I can’t just lie there without any pants on!”
You can toss those foolish ideas right out of your head! The Brazilian has been our most popular treatment for more than a decade, with both men and women. We do these all the time: dozens of Brazilians a day, thousands of them a year. There is absolutely no need to be anxious about it. Just come here in your full natural glory, and it will be over much faster and easier than you would think.