Sure, shaving can cause this also, but it's a little more frustrating with waxing since you're paying more for it.
Source: Shutter Stock Numerous studies have found that bikini or Brazilian waxes can increase your chances of getting an STI or STD.
This is because when you remove the pubic hair, you're more susceptible to infections. If you go to a wax place that isn't clean or that double dips, they can spread STDs through the wax. European Wax Center is one of the well-known clean places that uses blue wax, and doesn't double-dip.
Source: Shutter Stock You know that black stubble that gets left behind on your skin after you shave if you don't have light blonde hair?
It's not a big deal at all and something that everybody deals with, but some people get really annoyed by this stubble. I know that waxing basically eliminates that stubble, or at least makes it a lot less noticeable.
Here are the 12 pros and cons of getting a Brazilian (or bikini) wax. You know how, after you shave, tiny little hairs start growing in and you're prickly by the next day? I am not very hairy and can go a full month without needing a Brazilian (I also don't mind a teensey bit of hair down there).
One of my friends, on the other hand, has to go every two weeks.
Source: Shutter Stock One big negative of waxing (especially if you hate body hair)?
You have to let the hair grow out a little bit so that there's something for the wax to hold onto.
Like I said, I've started getting my underarms waxed, and I haven't seen any stubble there since I started doing that.