I'v just started waxing so I was curious about that. Would it stop growing eventually after so many times being pulled by the root?Will my unwanted hair stop growing eventually after years of waxing and plucking?
I don't know that it will ALL stop growing, but eventually it will begin thinning and growing back less frequently.
I've been waxing for about three years, and I still get the odd hair here and there, but much less than I used to and much thinner and easier to remove. I used to once every three weeks, now I go once every two or three months. It also hurts less the more you go.Will my unwanted hair stop growing eventually after years of waxing and plucking?
If the follicles of your unwanted hair are damaged, then that will affect the growth--but waxing will not eventually make it stop growing. Electrolysis will kill hair follicles, thus completely stopping hair growth in the area of treatment.
haha, if you want it to, it won't. If you don't want it to, it will. But you never know for sure until you start waxing regularly. Your hair will probably grow back thinner %26amp; in patches. Or you will have a longer gap in growth time between waxes.
no...i wish! trust me...ive been removing hair from unwanted area's since i was 15...im 23 now and it shows no sign of slowing down...maybe by the time im 40 but by then who ******* cares...LOL ya it sucks...but whatever
it would but it will take 15-20 years