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(VIDEO) Heard Of The Arabic Halawa Sugar Wax? Here Is How It’s Done

(VIDEO) Heard Of The Arabic Halawa Sugar Wax? Here Is How It's Done

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Halawa sugar wax is wax (in paste form) which is used for removing hairs from different parts of the body. Halawa has its origin from the Arab world. In this part of the world, the halawa is a part of the treatments done for brides to have them at their glowing best for their wedding.

(VIDEO) Heard Of The Arabic Halawa Sugar Wax? Here Is How It's DoneWaxing is no longer a new thing and many people decide to opt for this as against shaving because the hair growth is slower and there is less incident of shaving bumps or keloids. Waxing can be done at home or by professionals, depending on your pocket.

Can you do this at home? Yes, you can. and Katrinosity shows us how. Yes, it may be slightly painful (no gain without pain), but depending on how fast your hair grows, it may take 3-4 weeks for a full regrowth.

Watch the video and see if you can learn a thing or two.


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