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What is a full bikini wax?

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Also known as a "Brazilian bikini wax," a full wax refers to removing all of the hair from the entire front of the bikini area as well as between the buttocks. When an individual has a full bikini wax done, that person also has the option of leaving a small strip of hair in the front.

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In order to maintain a full bikini wax, waxing should be done at least once every 2 months. If a person waits longer than 3 months, a "Virgin Brazilian Wax" must be done. This requires a bit more materials to remove all of the hair than a maintenance wax does.

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