Waxed!

I just had mom wax my eyebrows and chin!

I hate having it done, but it has to be done, all in the name of looking good!

It wasn’t too painful today thank god!

I had bought a pack of wax strips for 10 euro, but I wasn’t sure they’d work, as they were for your legs and body, not your face!

But thankfully they were good and they worked really well and all the hair got taken off!

I had originally thought that 10 euro was a little bit expensive for them, but there is 40 in the pack, and today when mom waxed she only used a half a strip as she cuts them down to size.

So now I am all beautified for another couple of weeks!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

12 thoughts on “Waxed!”

  1. Your mother is a brave woman. I would never pull one of those strips off of my daughter’s face or any other part of her body. And I sure wouldn’t have let my mother pull one off of me. 😂 I hope you both enjoyed your time together! 💞

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