Step 1. Start with a freshly cleansed face and use a headband towel to keep your hair from sticking to your face.
Step 2. Use your Bondi Blade on a 45-degree angle and gently stroke in the direction of the hair. We recommend dermaplaning downwards.
You can choose to dermaplane on either slightly wet skin or dry skin. Soaking wet skin may cause the blade to slip so please handle with care, however a gentle lubricant on the skin may be the thing you need! Lubricants we recommend: Aloe Vera Gel, a facial oil or even olive oil will do just the trick!
Step 3. After each stroke, wipe the blade on a cotton pad so you can see the results instantly as you go! Warning: This is extremely satisfying as you see how much hair has come off!
Step 4. Gently wash your face to remove any remaining hairs laying on the surface of your skin and then apply a facial serum.
Step 5. Remain Make-up Free for the day to reduce any chance of irritation.
With extensive and diverse experience in the Beauty Industry, Amelia Webb has established herself as a well renowned Make-up Artist. Amelia takes us through a Bondi Blade tutorial.