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"[Sugaring] does not stick to skin but only to the hair. Therefore, it really gets the hair out of the roots," said Kapil
Photographic evidence that spring weather is coming.
Sugaring, a technique that dates back to the days of Cleopatra, began as an indulgent pampering treatment for young Egyptians. A pliable sugar paste is applied to the skin and flicked off by a technician.