Review: GiGi Professional Brazilian Waxing Kit

Looking for a wax hair removal kit that really does have almost everything you need to do a successful Brazilian on your own? Take a look at this kit


GiGi Professional Brazilian Waxing Kit

Thinking of buying your own waxing kit?

Then the Gigi waxing kit is one of the ones you should consider

This GiGi Brazilian wax kit really does have almost everything you need to do a successful Brazilian on your own. To start with what it comes with the following

GiGi Professional Brazilian Waxing Kit


Includes: Wax Warmer With Cover,
14 oz. Brazilian Body Hard Wax,
2 oz. Pre-Epilation Oil,
2oz. Post Wax Cooling Gel,
10 Large Accu Edge Applicators,
10 Small Accu Edge Applicators,
10 Petite Applicators,
1 Brazilian Waxing Instructional DVD

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Product Features

  • 1 Wax Warmer
  • 14 oz Brazilian Body Hard Wax 14oz
  • 10 Large Accue Edge Applicators, 10 Petite Applicators
  • 10 Small Accue Edge Applicators, 2oz Pre-Epilating Oil, After Wax Cooling Gel 2oz
  • Professional Brazilian Hard Wax System DVD. English & Spanish

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GiGi Professional Brazilian Waxing Kit

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  1. Professioanl results at home. Just perfect! Waxing hurts. It doesn’t matter what kit you use or where you go.But you can save the pain of your wallet of you use this kit. Saves a ton of money already.My Salon uses this exact kit and charges $75 a pop (plus tips!).I’ve used it twice and still have lots left over for more. Paid for itself in the first use.Anyway, after reading many of the reviews here, I said what the heck and bought it.If its your first time, watch the DVD that is included and read all instructions.Here are some tips:-Shower before you wax. By showering, it softens up the hair folicles and makes it less painful.-Have plenty of towels and news paper around. Its gonna be messy if its your first time.-Use the included Pre-Epilation Oil. Helps reduce pain a lot-Pre cut your hair if its too long.-Heat it up so it is not warm, not HOT. you will burn yourself.-Have your bf help you for those hard to reach places 🙂 if hes comfortable with it.-Do it on a small area first if its your first time. Once you are confortable, then you can do the rest. Take your timeLastly, like all waxing, your skin might get irritated after depending on your sensitivity levels, I like to put on a moisturizer afterwards to help protect the fragile skin area where you waxed. Any gentle hypo allergenic lotion should work fine. I recommend pure argan oil from morocco. Josie Maran has some good ones but they are expensive. I personally like this . Pure & organic argan oil, non greasy, fast absorbing and forms a protective layer on your skin as well as moisturizes it.

  2. (Almost) Everything You Need This GiGi Brazilian wax kit really does have almost everything you need to do a successful Brazilian on your own. To start with what it comes with:GiGi Brazilian Hard Wax (this is the same stuff they use at the salon)GiGi wood sticks for spreading wax (when these run out, I’ll just by popsicle sticks)Gigi Pre-epilation oilGigi Post-wax cooling gel (this is *not* a wax remover)Gigi Wax Warmer (the true value of the kit, comes with a warmer, plastic cover, and paper ring to put around the wax container so it doesn’t drip onto the warmer)Instructional DVD (meant for professionals and not super helpful to me)I have gotten Brazilians in salons several times before and I can’t speak enough to the benefits of hard wax over strip wax for that “area.” Hard wax adheres to the hair, not the skin, so hurts MUCH less when pulling out (which is not to say it doesn’t hurt, you’re still pulling the hair out by the root). I once did a Brazilian to myself with those no-heat strip wax sets you can get at Walmart – OUCH. This is definitely better. I don’t find the contortion too difficult – I put a towel down on my bed, lie down, put my knees up and do it that way.Definitely use the pre-epilation oil which will ready your skin for the wax. The warmer does keep the wax at a good temperature – you set it to high at first and when the wax melts, move the setting to low. Once the wax melts, apply SMALL strips and make sure the wax is THICK — this make it easier to remove. Also make sure you’ve trimmed the hair and make sure you work so that where you’re pulling from (the “edge” so to speak) is relatively hair free. I found that if I tried to pull from an area where the wax was already sticking to hair (as opposed to bare skin), it would be much harder to get out and ended up breaking a lot of the hairs, rather than pulling them out. It’s tough finding that perfect instant where the wax has cooled enough to pull off quickly and with little pain, but I did it a couple times, and I’m sure I’ll get better at it. I tapped the wax with my finger until it was no longer sticky, counted to ten after than, and then pulled. You can get pretty much all the hair this way but it takes a little while – I may get faster once I’ve gotten the hang of this stuff.The post-wax cooling gel actually burnt a bit, but afterwards I didn’t have any redness or soreness. I wish Gigi included the Wax Off wax remover in this kit because that would have been really helpful — you have to sort of pick the wax off if it cools too much, and wax remover would make things easier.Overall, a great kit, they really do use it in salons (when I went in to get my eyebrows done, I checked!) and it works well. I definitely recommend it.

  3. Fantastic Wax! I have never given myself a brazilian wax but this product made it so easy. I could not have been happier with the results and it will end up costing less then repeat salon visits.Yes, it was messy as I had no idea what I was doing and it took a long time but after some practice I know it will get much easier. The wax took longer to heat than I expected but no big deal.Most importantly, it did not hurt like a salon visit. There was almost no pain and I could not believe it. I have never used hard wax before so maybe that is just a plus of the wax itself. Great stuff!Follow the directions for best use.

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