But I really cannot understand what are the reasons that all these electrologists did poor job? They were so afraid to overtreat that they mostly plucked the hair? What is the main reason of such poor results?
There are many reasons why undertreatment happens. The important thing is learning to recognize it.
For example in body work on a area that hasn't been shaved in several months, if there is little skin reaction in the treated area and
you see many hairs come out the following four weeks after treatment, that feel shaved
, then you were undertreated.
Of course you can even have undertreatment coupled with a strong skin reaction but the result is the same. Most of the "new" hair feels shaved.
Ideally, nearly all the hair growing in the following 6 weeks after a treatment should be very light colored and feel soft.
(Oh, and not
from the treated follicle.)