Although Kapil says her clients have told her that sugaring feels better than waxing, expect to be a little uncomfortable during your appointment. But since sugaring pulls hair off via the direction it grows naturally, it’s more of a tugging irritation than a sting. For the most part, sugaring is a universally lauded method, but only if you go to a licensed, experienced esthetician.
Sugaring may sound sweet, but sketchy techniques or DIYing on your first try can leave you with broken, irritated skin. Luckily, sugaring is a cheaper method that only costs around the same as your lunch (many salons offer the method for under $10 a session). Do your research and find an accredited, safe place for your peach fuzz.