Get rid of chin hairs by plucking them with a pair of tweezers. First, prepare yourself by pulling back your hair and washing your face with warm water. After tweezing your chin hairs, work aloe-based lotion into the irritated area.
- Get a quality pair of tweezers
Purchase a quality pair of tweezers that can firmly grasp the hair without breaking it off above the root.
- Pull your hair back
Pull your hair back so that it does not get in the way as you pluck your chin hair.
- Wash your face
Wash and exfoliate your face, particularly your chin area, with warm water. This eases the pulling of hairs and relaxes the skin.
- Position yourself in front of a mirror
Pick a place with good lighting and a mirror.
- Pluck the hairs
Position the tweezers at the base of the hair, and pull it. Be sure to tweeze one hair at a time, working from the darkest hairs to the lighter hairs, and frequently, brush off plucked hairs.
- Add baby powder
Dust the lighter hairs with baby powder to make them more visible for easy plucking.
- Smooth aloe lotion to your chin
After removing all chin hairs, rinse your face and smooth aloe lotion to the irritated skin.