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Anyone use Berins Blue and ease with give double digital heater?

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sarahhh123

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Might be a long shot but I'm having trouble getting it to "look" right. I've had my ease at 65 degrees and blue at 54/55. It doesn't go solid in the middle like its supposed to? And I'm also having trouble with uarm waxing with blue, it doesn't seem to be pulling the hair out?!
 

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I'd be interested in the answer to this one too.

I bought some but haven't used the blue yet just the ease. Did use the ease on a client straight off which probably wasn't such a good idea but I didn't find it lifted the hair too easily either so I too would be interested to know what I'm doing wrong!? Followed the instructions of light oil on the skin etc beforehand. Haven't used it again as wanted to get a friend/family member round but just haven't had the chance.
 

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I do have to turn my heater down far more than with regular wax with these products. I went by the look of the wax rather than the temperature first, and then obviously checked it was ok on my skin.

Its a much cooler wax than most - lovely to work with though xx
 

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I use 2 analogue heaters for mine but I know Zozo uses a digital one (well... she was trialling one!) but she found it very unreliable tempwise so was going to go back to analogue. Play around with the temps, I have found the temp doesn't need to be near as high as on other brands waxes...
 

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