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Performing a Quality Brazilian
Posted: November 26, 2008, from the December 2008 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
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Step 2. Start on the buttocks if they are hairy, then work in toward the anus. Remove as much hair as you can while you are back there; this will save time when you have your client turn over to do the front.
Step 3. After helping her turn over to the front, start with the bikini line: The traditional line is 2–3” to the outside of the leg crease.
Step 4. Then move to the labia. Again, work from the outside crease of the labia in toward the center. You may choose to tackle this area in two to three sections, as it is more sensitive.
Step 5. Next, work on the outside sections of the lower abdomen: This is the triangle section.
Step 6. After this, work on the center of the abdomen, more commonly known as the landing strip (down the center). If you are doing a standard Brazilian, you will leave this section intact.