"At my shop in Washington, the cost is $70 per hour, $40 per 30 minutes, and $25 for 15 minutes," Danielle says. "Treatment times vary person to person." And don't forget electrolysis usually requires repeat visits. You might also want to tackle this investment after you're done having any pregnancies, since hormonal changes can increase hair-growth patterns and cause new hairs to form.
Tweezing is the cheapest, slowest, simplest method for micro-level hair removal. Plus, it’s ideal for detailing areas or just removing a few hairs here and there, like eyebrows, happy trails, or nipples.
But god, is it tedious.
“Keep those tweezers clean," Bishops Barbershop Isaiah Mark tells us. "You can purchase a high-level disinfectant, Barbicide, for example. Or a good rubbing alcohol, and soak your item for at least 10 minutes. And clean the area first. Antibacterial soap like Dial is recommended by nurses who deal with common, easily avoidable skin infections.” The last thing you want is for your skin to break out from bacteria on your tweezers or skin.