Boots Expert Single Use Facial Waxing Strips Reviews
Product Type: Boots Hair Removal
Newest Review: ... on the back of the box, making sure my face was clean first and free of oil, make-up etc. I peeled the wax strips apart, (the ... more
Customer Boots Expert Single Use Facial Waxing Strips Reviews (7)
by - written on 17/04/08, updated on 17/04/08 (Very useful, 956 readings)
When your friends reveal that for a 'fun' night out they have booked and paid for the tickets for you to go speed dating at a top hotel what do you do apart from scream, have a tantrum and cry at the mere thought of it? Well me, as always I stand in front of a mirror and scrutinise myself...hard. This is why I hate blind dates and set ups rather than meeting guys the eau natural way! I don't want to go lets get that clear. There is no bit of me interested or excited or even intrigued and if I can come down with a legitimate sounding reason not to go tomorrow I won't be going! However I back out of loads of things and my ticket is paid so I'm kind of resigned to the fact . Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I recently opted to buy these from my local Boots store, as they're cheaper than leading brands and other Boots own products I've used have been very good. The box contains 16 thin wax strips suitable to use on your face, for your eyebrows and moustache (and any other area on your face that may need waxing). The packaging is plain and simple, common with store-own branded products. It's got the Boots logo on, with the product name and a picture of a ladies face up close. I followed the instructions on the back of the box, making sure my face was clean first and free of oil, make-up etc. I peeled the wax strips apart, (the wax strips ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Recently I was going to a wedding and, the day before, as I looked into the mirror to check out my appearance, to my horror I noticed the subtle traces of a mustache.....which I swear hadn't been there the day before! Now, I'm sure as any woman would appreciate, facial hair is not something that we're willing to tolerate because, lets face it, beards and mustaches simply does not look attractive on women! So, off to Boots I went to look for some facial wax strips so that I could return my face to its previous unhairy glory. The packet contained 16 wax strips that were about 6 cm x 1.5 cm in diameter and, according to the product information, each strip could ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/04/09 (Very useful, 356 readings)
Two years ago, I was spending about £50-£100 every month in the beauty salon which I couldn't afford. With my bank balance deeply in the red I made the decision that this was the first thing I had to change. No more manicure, facial, spray tan and worst of all no more waxing. Luckily for me body hair became my last priority. During this time I have had IVF treatment and had my gorgeous baby boy. I was looking in the mirror around 2 months ago at 11pm when my baby was finally asleep and realised in horror that I had a faint moustache above my lip and my eyebrows looked like I had come from planet of the apes. The following day I went into boots and discovered ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/09 (Very useful, 148 readings)
For some reason, my eyebrows insist on growing faster than usual of late. I am not quite sure why this happens but it does from time to time. I cannot sit and spend fifteen minutes plucking my eyebrows every other day for the duration of this outbreak, so instead I decided to invest in some wax strips to take care of the larger part of the growth. This product cost me just over £3 from Boots. I think it cost me around £3.50 but I am afraid I am not exactly certain. In the cardboard packet there is a sealed plastic packet containing sixteen small wax strips in perforated rows of four and a little instruction leaflet. I was a little disappointed when I ... Read the complete review
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