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#124834 - 10/04/17 11:00 PM Re: DIY Blend on Face [Re: Ton]
EmancipatedElect Offline
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(decided to remove post that would probably be taken poorly)


Edited by EmancipatedElect (10/04/17 11:45 PM)
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#124849 - 10/06/17 03:35 AM Re: DIY Blend on Face [Re: EmancipatedElect]
Julie Jacob Offline
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Originally Posted By EmancipatedElect
(decided to remove post that would probably be taken poorly)


No fair, I'm too nosey for that lol

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#124850 - 10/06/17 03:39 AM Re: DIY Blend on Face [Re: adrien_sanchiz]
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Originally Posted By adrien_sanchiz
If you happy with the results of your electrologist, why don't you finish the treatment with them ?

DIY electrolysis is pretty difficult and quite risky for your skin actually. Even skilled professionals don't do that. However Seana Richmond had electrolysis hair removal on her face by herself


Trust me there is plenty of hair left for my electrologist, I have an appointment later today matter of fact. I do know that treatment takes time, I'm now 10 months in, but since going to school I feel that some of the more difficult hairs would benefit from galvanic or blend. She only uses thermo, I've asked.

Reading Seana's posts are what helped me to decide to get licensed, and gave me confidence to work on myself.

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#124851 - 10/06/17 03:45 AM Re: DIY Blend on Face [Re: Iluv2zap]
Julie Jacob Offline
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Originally Posted By Iluv2zap
True insertions would be inaccurate


True and I just back out and try again. Honestly I liked the blend on my face much more than thermo. I welt terribly with thermo no matter where it's at. Freaked another student out one day until I saw and told them it's just me.

As I said in another reply, Seana, your postings give me confidence, thank you!

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#124858 - 10/06/17 04:42 PM Re: DIY Blend on Face [Re: Julie Jacob]
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I have to also say I owe my confidence to Seana,regarding the DIY.... I've noticed a pesky hair on the neck recently, after a lot of skin stretching I managed to get rid of it... Yay!

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#124865 - 10/07/17 06:31 PM Re: DIY Blend on Face [Re: Julie Jacob]
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aw shucks guys, I try but thats really all it is. Overcoming ones fears and anxieties is what hairtell has always been all about.

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#124867 - 10/07/17 07:17 PM Re: DIY Blend on Face [Re: Julie Jacob]
Iluv2zap Offline
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True and I just back out and try again. Honestly I liked the blend on my face much more than thermo. I welt terribly with thermo no matter where it's at. Freaked another student out one day until I saw and told them it's just me.
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This is more important than you know. Even a DIY'er can very quickly know whether they are in the follicle correctly or not. If your insertion is inaccurate you will feel the follicle wall break. You will see the skin bleed. You will feel the resistance to insertion. Only a follicle, feels to the probe, the way a follicle does. Whether DIY or professinal when i comes to actually doing the insertions this is a very intuitive process, and your own sensations both from the probe and the skin will very quickly let you know if you have it right or not.
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