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Ok, we're going to wax Myra's chin area. The chin hair tends to grow in many different directions, so remember, you have to apply the wax in the direction of the hair growth and remove it against the direction of the hair growth. So, it's probably going to take several tries or applications to remove that. So, I'm going to actually do that with the soft wax. We've got some growing this way, we've got some growing this way. So see, just pay attention to the way that that grows. And the timing process on the particular soft wax doesn't have to be removed right away, so you can continue working on that area. Get all the wax applied and then just remove it all at one time. That'll make her happy, huh? I mean, I don't know many women that actually want hair on their chin, so let's go ahead and get that removed really good. My motto is, us women need to stick together, and if you see a woman with some weird hair growing out of the side of her face, you've got to get it. You can't let her go around like that. That's just not right. Alright, this is the last one. And I think I've got her covered. Alright, we're going to go back to the side, the first one we applied. And see how it's going in many different directions, that's the direction the hair grows. You pull it off in the opposite direction. Make sure you rub each strip so the wax sticks to it well. And then there is actually some tweezing to be done. Like I suggested, there's quite a bit of tweezing clean up work that has to be done when you wax, when you wax the chin area. There's no way to get all those random little hairs. So, as you take your time and tweeze those hairs and clean up that chin, I have, you should have a hair free. I recommend following this with a wax cleanser and a slow grow so you don't have to do it as often. And this should last a good two weeks. So, that's how you remove the hair from the chin.