Anyway, I remembered that I had purchased Nad’s Facial Strips around the time of my wedding just in case I got brave and wanted to wax anything. Well, that didn’t happen and I had never used this product before.
Then I started looking closer.
And I realized that I ripped hair and skin off. Here is what I looked like yesterday at work.
Ohhhhhh how I wish I would’ve had a cool story like “I rescued an infant from danger and hit my chin” or even “I accidentally fell down the stairs.” But no. I had to explain how I was waxing my chin. Not. cool.
This burn is incredibly painful and itchy. :o( Needless to say, I will never use Nad’s again. More importantly, I will never wax a body part again. I’m sure the fuzz on my chin will grow back, but at this point I do not care. It is blonde and short and normal, right? Right.
This weekend, Keith, my chin, and I are heading to Atlanta for a law school forum. I doubt that law school reps will care, but I certainly hope they don’t ask what happened to my chin…because if they do I may just have to go with that whole baby in danger story. :o)
*PS: Thanks for all of the support I received after writing about my unspoken problems. These unspokens are getting better, and I have faith that everything will work out for the best. I really appreciate all of the feedback and I am thankful for all of your prayers and kindness. You guys are amazing.