No strips, just pull the wax..easy. Directions are guidelines on how to heat the wax and how to apply wax for the best results, especially around bikini area and underarm areas.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
you can buy wax strips, but i found this worked WAAAAY better on the bikini line. and yes, there are instructions.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
You don't need the cloth strips for this product. You will apply the wax, the wax will cool and then you can pull the wax and hair off. Pretty easy to use. Also, it does have instructions on how to apply the wax in order to effectively remove the hair. As far as "kinds" of bikini waxes, I'm not sure what you mean...sorry
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
(Brooklyn, New York)
It actually does not come with the cotton strips. You have to wait until the wax hardens, then pull it off using one of the hardened corners. And it only comes with instructions on how to heat and peel the wax, not specific methods/techniques to do the bikini wax.Hope this helps =) But just a warning...it does in fact hurt more than the other waxing kits I have used =/
there are no strips that come with this...they are not even necessary. if you have heated the wax to a good consistency, then all you need is a 5 second wait, you press down on it in direction of hair ( or opposite dire. if hair is really small) and just pull with one quick motion...its that simple..:)
answered 5 years ago
No strips - it will dry and then you just peel it off. Don't let it harden too much though! You also want to overlap the wax with an area of your skin that doesn't contain hair so that the hardened wax is easier to peel up, get a grip on it and pull!
It doesn't use cloth strips. You pull off the wax once it hardens.
answered 5 years ago
(Sierra Vista, AZ)
The Bliss Waxing-At-Home Hair Removal Kit does not include wax cloth strips. Here's the suggested usage for removal:
-BLISS TIP: When you apply the wax, layers should be as thick as a banana peel (about 1/8").
-Make sure to use some pressure when applying the wax, to form firm and full edges for easy peeling.
-When the wax has dried enough, so it is not tacky to the touch, it is time to remove (but don't wait too long - wax may crack).
-Press down on the entire patch to ensure a uniform removal, then hold the skin tight, grab an end, and remove the wax in a brisk fashion against the direction of hair growth.
We hope this answers your question!
answered 5 years, 1 month ago
(San Francisco, CA)