M Reduced hair growth with Sugaring
Sugaring removes hair from the root, which not only avoid future follicle growth, but damages the follicle's ability to grow strong new shafts of hair. This means that every time you sugar, you're hair grows lesser, and the hair grows will be lighter and finer.
The reason for this is that our hair grows in three stages. Our hair either is growing (Anagen), lies dormant (Catagen), or is falling out on its own (Telogen).
Let's try to further understand the hair growth phases.
1. Anagen (Growing Phase)
The growing phase lasts two to seven years and determines the length of our hair.
2. Catagen (Regression Phase)
This stage lasts about ten days. The hair follicle shrinks and detaches from the dermal papilla.
3. Telogen (Resting Phase)
The resting phase lasts around three months. Around 10-15% of hairs are in this phase. Whilst the old hair is resting, a new hair begins the growth phase.
Repeated sugaring results in permanent hair loss.
Also, depending on the length of your hairs, and whether they are exposed, near the surface of the skin, or far beneath the surface, it may take several treatments to obtain the results you want.