Got Sideburns? Here s How To Deal
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For many women, dealing with unwanted facial hair can be downright embarrassing -- not to mention annoying. Sure, getting rid of a stray eyebrow or two isn't all that bad, but when you're talking about coarse, thick hair that runs down the side of your face, well, that’s a different story. Sideburns can get in the way of your flawless makeup application, and they may even make you feel self-conscious about trying pulled-back hairstyles. But no more!
Here are five ways to deal with your sideburns, from quick cover-ups to more permanent solutions. Keep reading to see the best ways to deal with your sideburns.

Just Say No: Shaving

If you’re a man yes, for women, no! Our skin is way more sensitive. So put down that razor! Since shaving doesn't remove the hair from the root, you could end up having to shave every day, or risk a five o'clock shadow.
The Disguise: Bleaching

Bleaching your sideburns can be an easy and painless way to disguise your sideburns -- that is, if you do it correctly. Make sure you choose a bleach designed to be used on your face, otherwise, you could end up with burnt, irritated skin (so not worth it).
The Fast Fix #1: Threading

Banish those pesky hairs on the side of your face with threading (no, it's not just for your eyebrows). This process uses a thin strand of cotton thread to pull hair out from the root, and is a great alternative if your face is too sensitive for waxing. Over time, hair will grow back finer and less noticeable.

The Fast Fix #2: Waxing

Waxing your sideburns gives you a clean result that helps makeup go on evenly, and you won't have to deal with stubble or marks from tweezing. Since it's pulling your hair out from the root, over time hair will start to grow in finer.

Of course an expert beautician has to perform these routines that will cost you at least 3$ every week or two with an average of 780$ over just 5 years. This way your hair will last anywhere from one to two weeks, depending on your hair type not to mention the pain and redness that you’ll have to undergo every time in a while. In addition ,if you have oilier skin, you will have to wash with an acne wash daily to help avoid a breakout.
So be wise with your decision!

The Long Term Fix: Call In The Experts

For more permanent options of hair removal, you can go to an expert for laser hair removal for normal hair or electrolysis for white and yellow hair.
Diode Laser is the best device used for hair removal since it can work on all skin tones. It’s a selective photo-thermolysis that uses the light on selective chromophore(melanin) that transforms into heat in order to damage hair follicles and prevent hair from growing back.
This treatment is a course of 6 main sessions with 6 weeks’ interval between sessions. The session takes anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes.

Electrolysis uses a fine probe, inserted into the hair follicle, and zaps it with heat or chemical energy so it can't produce any more hair.
This Treatment can take anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour, and the number of sessions varies.
Whatever you do, stay far, far away from those daily deals if you're considering either one of these options and go for special packages and discounts offered by the clinic itself -- there's a time and a place for bargain beauty, and this isn't it.
Which of these techniques is right for you? How do you deal with your sideburns? Let us know in the comments below!