How To Kiss
9 Easy Steps to the Perfect Kiss!
Cleanse the skin with the Skin Cleanser to eliminate dirt and oils (not included in the small body kit).
Spray the Skin Tonic over the skin to help open the hair cuticles.
Make sure skin is dry before spreading a thin and even layer of the Skin Powder (not included in the small body kit).
Spread the strip sugar® using the edge of the spatula at a backward 45-degree angle in the direction of hair growth. Repeat the previous step till no more strip sugar® rolls onto the spatula. The sugar should be thinly applied.
Lay the cotton strip over the Kiss Waxing® leaving an edge free to grab at the end of that strip. Grip the edge of the cotton strip, and with a firm action, quickly remove the strip parallel to the skin and against the natural direction of hair growth. Be sure to hold the skin taught behind the strip you’re removing. Do not pull the strip upwards as this may cause bruising.
Store Kiss Waxing® with the lid and cap tightly secured. Store in a cool dry place ONLY. Do not store in a bathroom. Shower and bathing water humidity will affect the consistency.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between Kiss Waxing® Strip Sugar® and sugar paste sold in jars?
Kiss Waxing® Strip Sugar® is the 1st sugar in a squeezable bottle you can use with cotton strips for an easy, mess-free hair removal. Sugar pastes sold in jars are for those who are comfortable with the hand “spread & flick” technique.
Why do I have a hard time removing all the hair?
To successfully remove hair with strip sugar®, the sugar needs to grip to the hair. For this, your hair needs to be at least 1/8 of an inch long, the sugar needs to be warm enough with a honey-like consistency (not too hot and runny) and the sugar needs to be applied in a thin layer. Pro Tip: To keep the sugar temperature consistent while you remove your hair, place the sugar bottle in a cup of hot water.
How long does a bottle of Kiss Waxing® Strip Sugar® last?
Can I reuse the cotton strips and spatulas?
Can I use Kiss Waxing® Strip Sugar® if I have eczema or psoriasis?