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It's good on short hairs, haven't tried legs.
By Paula Lewis on 18 May 2014
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I had to go on YouTube and I did a search for 'Epistick'. There are loads of reviews and demos on there. Good luck!
By John Kaizer on 14 April 2014
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you can you it at any age, no it won't wrinkle your face, it's very easy to use
By Amazon Customer on 14 September 2016
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i am not sure you would get the fine control needed to shape brows ,this would be fine for removing stray hairs but I wouldn't , a bit like using a mower rather than fine clippers! Works anywhere you don't need refined shape!
By Elvie Lunn on 28 January 2015
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Its like threading so yes a little but i found that on my chin i got used to it very quickly. Actually its quite addictive!! Lol it does hurt more on the top lip and I havnt had the courage (or enough wine) tp go all over it yet but i have done the edges. Its a great little product tbh.
By justjulie on 30 June 2017
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You can use it on your top lip & it does come with instructions & spare blades.
By Amazon Customer on 04 January 2016
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Hi
It is only the pinky colour.
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It is only the pinky colour.
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By Palestren SELLER on 27 January 2016
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i've had a nickel allergy all my life, but these sticks have never given me any trouble.
so i'd say no.

By m-j on 13 April 2017
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I believe it was from China or somewhere. It took a while to come.
By habiba on 17 July 2016
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Nope doesn't really work
By heather rosie on 29 April 2016