QUESTION – I am planning to visit the Beauty salon for Brazilian waxing but I would like to know more about Brazilian waxing types. What are most popular Brazilian waxing types?
Brazilian waxing types – ANSWER from experts
Modern Brazilian waxing includes several types which were developed for different types of women with different preferences and lifestyles. Whether you want a little or a lot off, you can select the one that’s best for you.
Brazilian waxing types
Classical Brazilian waxing types include the following:
Regular Bikini Wax – Ipanema
Pubic hair is removed outside the panty line – the hairs at the side of the bikini line are waxed and the remaining hairs at the pubic area are trimmed.
Pubic hair should be removed from the bikini line but deeper than Ipanema, leaving pretty thick strip at the front. At the same time, the remaining hairs at the pubic area are trimmed.
French Bikini Wax – Paris
The front pubic area and the side of the labia are waxed, leaving a strip of hair from the tip of the labia, all the way to the back – this style takes all hair off the bikini line, front all the way to the back but just keeping a small landing strip or triangle in the front. It doesn’t take hair off from the back.
French Bikini Wax variation – Sao Paolo
The whole pubic hair triangle, labia and buttocks crevice are waxed, leaving a narrow vertical strip or rectangular right at the front.
Full Bikini Wax
During Full Bikini Wax the sides of the bikini line are removed deeper than a regular bikini wax, and can also include waxing of some hair on top of pubic hair which makes a more defined “pubic triangle” area. Trimming of the left hairs is done much shorter.
Rio De Janeiro
This type of Brazilian waxing could be called “ALL OFF” which means full waxing of all bikini line, pubic area and whole surroundings. It is the perfect option for women who like wearing a thong or want to be completely or almost hairless in front and back.
Disclaimer: It is strongly recommended to consult your doctor for professional advice. Above mentioned information and recommendations are just general and should be adapted to each person according to personal health indicators and status.