Ahead of National Grooming Day tomorrow on August 18th, I wanted to tell you about my experience with 'Nostril Waxing' courtesy of Nad's! I had heard about this treatment a couple of months ago and had always thought that it sounded incredibly painful, but having tried this out on myself I must admit, it wasn't as bad as I thought...

Before application, it is imperative to make sure that your nasal hairs aren't any longer than 2-3mm as this will only feel more painful when waxing. Once you have cleaned your nostrils with a tissue, heat up the wax in the microwave for 2 minutes and then carefully dip the SafeTip into the wax, but do not dip down to the base of the wax pot! Just a small coverage will do the trick.

Once you have the wax placed upon your SafeTip, it can be a slightly messy process when it comes to the wax dripping off, so be quick! You then pull down on your upper lip and carefully insert the SafeTip inside of your nostril and you leave this inside for 90 seconds. After 90 seconds has passed, pull down the applicator in a quick and fast motion, as this will be more effective! When I pulled down the applicator, I didn't find it to be painful as such, but I found that it was more of a shock than anything... 

The after effect felt a little numb for a while but felt much cleaner, and all of the little nasal hairs that were present before had gone! I found that the build up prior to the nostril waxing was more daunting than the process itself. Quick, easy and painless, albeit slightly messy!

You can also use the other end of the applicator and use the spatula end to remove any hairs on the top of your nose. I don't particularly have many hairs on the top of my nose, so I didn't get the chance to use this, however, if you have used this before then do let me know how you got on!

You can purchase the Nose Wax Kit from Nad's here! Also, check back soon for more waxing by Nad's...

Have you tried Nostril Waxing before? How did you find it? Will you be trying this method out? Let me know your thoughts below as I would love to hear about your experiences with waxing, and don't forget to click the 'like' button!

*Please note, this post has been sponsored.