there doesnt seem to be a question in your post, but I still would have a lot to say about what you have written anyway.
In my practice , I would say up to 35% of my clientele have some form of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrom ( PCOS). Electrolysis has never failed to remove the problem hair, but laser, I see mixed results, and honestly, poor results are more frequent than good ones. I've maybe seen maybe one result that I thought looked pretty good, until a few months later when the person had stopped and I was removing 5 times as much hair as I was before.A year later, she is still a client ( she comes infrequently) .
Regarding plucking, dont do that. Shaving, no problem, it only cuts the hair at the surface ( clipping dead keratin) and does not affect the follicle itself, plucking however increass blood flow to the follicle, damages the dermal paillae ( causing it to grow back with more blood feeding capillaries) and leads to ingrown hairs and also hairs that have been stimulated by...plucking. I've heard varying accounts as to how long it takes a follicle to grow another hair , but the median is that 12-16 weeks is the minimum time a plucked hair will take to regenerate a hair, meaning we are not able to address that hair with electrolysis for that period.
If you want to make a facial hair problem worse, pluck it. Your face will show you how bad it can be ( and it seems to be doing exactly that) As long as you are plucking, you will be delaying your progress with electrolysis and it will become a never ending process. Electrolysis works . Give it a chance. And throw away the damn tweezers !
( this message brought to you by the Coalition to Outlaw Tweezers trade mark reg.)
My honest heatfelt advice, is to not proceed with laser. Electrolysis can do a muchbetter an d more thorough job of it. Neither can help you if you insist on tweezing.