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DIY Hair Removal Wax

Hey DIYers,

Now that its spring/summer, I bet you're going to want to wax your legs, and get a wax for "down there" at an expensive salon. But in this DIY, it'll save you a lot of money! That's why this DIY is perfect for you! It's DIY Hair Removing Wax is made of sugar! This wax is SO easy to make, and only requires 3 ingredients! Plus, like I said before, it's super cheap! Let's get started!

What you'll need:
- White cane sugar
- A Lemon
- Water


1. Pour the white cane sugar into a flat pan (the amount depends on what you want to shave. Eyebrows and lipstaches (lip mustaches) don't need much sugar, while legs. arms, and "down there" do.
2. Add 1 cup of water.
3. Pour in 1 tablespoon of lemon into the pan.
4. Stir everything together on high heat.
5. Once the mixture begins to bubble, turn onto low heat. You don't want too many bubbles!
6. As soon as the mixture reaches a golden color, turn off the heat, and pour substance into a bowl.
7. Let it sit for a few minutes, and then put it in the fridge to cool down until its warm (not too hot, but not cold either)
8. Your mixture is ready to apply! If done correctly, it should be a smooth consistency.

How to apply:

Use a popsicle stick or a butter knife to apply the sugar wax on someplace hairy you want to have the hair removed from. Let it cool on your body.  Then, slowly peel off one corner so you can grab onto it well. Now, it's time for the worst part: RIP IT OFF FAST! The faster the better, because it won't hurt as much as doing it slowly! Moisturize afterwards.

I hope you enjoyed this DIY for DIY Hair Removal Wax made out of Sugar! And stay tuned for a new DIY coming soon!

- Madi from DIY With Madi

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