Tesco Ready To Use Wax Strips Reviews
Description:Brand: Tesco / Laser / Sugar / Type: Wax Strips / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types
Newest Review: ... can simply warm them up by rubbing them between your palms for around a minute. Once the strips have warmed up they are VERY ... more
Customer Tesco Ready To Use Wax Strips Reviews (7)
by - written on 07/07/11 (Very useful, 210 readings)
Whilst my husband was away with work I decided it would be the perfect opportunity to grow the hairs on my legs and have a go at home leg waxing. I had tried it once before with one of my friends when I was about 13 and I didn't remember it being that painful - it was! I've tried hair-removing creams but have never found them to be that effective. I browsed around the isles is Tesco and came across the Tesco brand of ready to use leg waxing strips. They were £3.50, which was about half the price of the other available brand at £6.60. For your £3.50 you get 20 ready to use waxing strips, 4 finishing wipes and an instruction leaflet. The hairs on your legs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/10 (Very useful, 248 readings)
I'm not a huge fan of shaving - Sure, I do it when needed, but I find it a time consuming process. So, recently, I decided I was going to have a bash at waxing instead, and added a box of these Tesco Ready To Use Wax Strips to my online grocery order. I opted for these purely on the basis of price - they were £3.49 for 20 strips, whereas the branded Veet strips cost £5.84 for the same amount . With a difference of £2.35 between the brands, thats a significant saving - and certainly I imagine that could add up quite nicely if these became a regular purchase . Not being too familiar with waxing, I carefully read the instructions before use , noting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/10, updated on 01/07/10 (Very useful, 177 readings)
After giving up on shaving (too much hassle) and nair creams (too messy and time consuming) I decided to go for waxing. Okay it couldn't be that painful could it? While shopping in Tesco's I went to look at the wax strips available for home use because what was the point in paying someone so much if I wasn't even sure I would like it? The veet strips were also available and I was suprised to see tesco did their own. Veet cost around £6 and these were about £3.50 so for the first time, it would do. The packaging now looks different to these and I think the regular strips are in a pink box with white flowery patterns and I'm glad they changed it so it doesn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/09 (Very useful, 187 readings)
I very rarely use wax strips, I find them messy and really difficult to use. I was going to get my legs waxed at a beauty salon before my holiday, but when the day came I missed my appointment, and so decided to just buy some and do it myself seen as I had left my legs unshaved for a few weeks preparing for it! You have to make sure your hairs are at least a few mm long for it to work. They are quite simple to use, but its best to make sure the wax is slightly warm, room temperature first or they dont work as well. You put them on, I find I like to leave for a few seconds and rub down to make sure it has got all the hairs. you then grab the end at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 213 readings)
For my first experience with home waxing, I was looking for a cheap, convenient option which hopefully wouldn't be too painful. Having heard horror stories about the pain of Nair wax strips, I steered clear. Veet was a little out of my price range, and the Tesco strips came to a reasonable £4 or so. Wax strips are probably a less effective option than using real hot wax with proper cotton strips, but they are certainly much less time-consuming to use. The strips are quite unattractive in appearance as compared to Veet wax strips, but I can't imagine this would bother many people. The instructions advise rubbing the strips between the hands for a couple of ... Read the complete review
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