@Purple potato, you should take a look at this thread: http://www.hairtell.com/forum/ubbthreads....html#Post93507
Practically, it includes pictures of all the temporary side effects that can arise as a result of an electrolysis treatment. The search, selection, and upload of these images has required a lot of time, and has been done with the purpose of reassuring consumers who, like you, feel restless and worried.
Regarding your question, "why am I still so red from electrolysis?", well, maybe because you are undergoing a treatment indicated to kill thousands of small appendages of the skin, called hair follicles.
The ideal would be to be able to achieve it by gently caressing the area, but this is unfortunately not possible. To achieve this, we have to produce a small micro-burn inside each follicle.
As expected, the body reacts to any tiny aggression by reddening and inflaming the skin. Have you ever been bitten by a mosquito? not everyone reacts the same, but to a greater or lesser extent, there is always a reaction that usually lasts several days.
For your photos, I sense that you are very young. Your problem of excess facial hair is still only in its initial phase. With this what I intend to let you know is that, until the laser is not a really effective alternative for female facial hair, you have two unique options: Or you abandon and learn to live with this problem, or change your attitude accepting all the inconveniences derived from a treatment by electrolysis.