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GiGi Mini Pro Waxing Kit

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  • The GiGi Mini Pro Kit is the ideal starter kit for the novice or the price conscious professional.
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Product Description

The GiGi Mini Pro Waxing Kit is a perfect starter package for in salon or home use waxing.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 19.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000BJ1CGQ
  • UPC: 073930014003
  • Item model number: GG140
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (443 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #683 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

The kit is easy to use, and the wax works well!
Leah Hess
Don't get the wax off btw it doesn't work nearly as well as baby oil.
Definitely recommend it to anyone not wanting to go out for waxing!

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338 of 344 people found the following review helpful By Stephany on January 30, 2007
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I love this kit. It comes with clear instructions, a good amount of product, and looks good. It's pretty good- plug it in/turn it on a little over an hour before you want to use it, and you have warm wax to get off your mustache or chin hairs quickly. Definitely value for money, here.

That being said, I only have one problem with the kit: why the h*ll would the company include a wierd grayish-taupe concealer instead of baby powder? You need the powder, and the concealer looks funky. And smells like paint.

And GiGi forgot to include the oil to remove wax in places you've accidentally glopped it. The one that's included isn't for your body, it's for countertops and such. GiGi makes one called "Wax Off" for the body, you can buy it here on Amazon. It's main ingredient is Mineral Oil, so if you have some at home you can skip the extra couple bucks. (BTW- you can use pretty much any oil- yes, even kitchen cooking oils- to remove the wax off your body. It might even be healthier, since mineral oil tends to clog the skin.)

So, In addition to the kit, you should have handy:

1. Baby powder.

2. Wax remover for the body.

3. Scissors to cut the muslin strips. (optional, but I found it useful)
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145 of 152 people found the following review helpful By sonomom on March 16, 2013
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I really wanted to give my opinion about this waxing unit because it's gotten some harsh reviews. First of all, WAX IS STICKY!
I think anyone who has not waxed before, should try a professional first to get an idea of how to use it.
Melted wax is extremely sticky, which is why it takes your hair off
Here are the steps I do to make it easy for me to wax:
1: I pre-cut my muslin strips ahead of time and have them ready to use.
2: I have baby powder out to apply on the area before I apply the wax.
3: Before I even turn the unit on, I put a piece of paper under the heater that is large enough to cover any drips that may happen. I put the collar around the top of the wax can and then put it in the unit and heat it for about a half an hour before I use it. I also put another piece of paper between me and the unit to catch any drips so I don't get any wax on my counter. I also put my used stick there after each use. It makes clean up SO easy- just throw away the paper and you're all done.
DO NOT RE-DIP THE STICK AFTER EACH USE. This is for hygiene and keeps your wax clean.
4: I make sure to use the pre-wax cleaner first, (so the skin is clean of any oils and bacteria) and then I use a small amount of baby powder over the area to be waxed.
5: I put on gloves before I wax. It really makes a difference. I tried to do it without, and somehow always get some wax on me.
I stir the wax, dip my stick in and use a small amount and wave it for just a second and apply the wax in the direction of hair growth. For my upper lip, I start in the middle of the lip and apply toward the edge of my lip. Apply the muslin strip and I let it stay there for almost 45 seconds.
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132 of 150 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on October 20, 2006
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Full disclosure: I am admittedly a complete novice at waxing myself.

So I bought this because I was tired of spending $50 on bikini waxes. The kit has almost everything you'll need for a full-on bikini wax, but not quite. To do this, you'll need in addition:

Baby powder

Wax off (for skin, not surface)

Four hands

I would have rated it 5 stars but I feel that the powder and wax removing lotion should have been included. Maybe in place of the concealer? It's this grey-brown makeup type stuff, I just don't see how it would work for anyone's skin tone and is rather arbitrarily included. FYI, the Cool-off gel burns like the dickens if there are any cuts or if your skin is abraded from the wax. And I couldn't figure out exactly where to put the resting bars. But I think with practice and those extra tools, it'll work perfectly!
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127 of 146 people found the following review helpful By DK on February 23, 2012
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Got this in the mail yesterday and my lady was excited to use it. We've been paying at a salon for about 6 months now but at $200 a visit (we both get waxed and try to give a generous tip) and it adds up fast. ~$40 for a DIY experiment didn't seem like a bad idea.

Our kit came well packaged in a nice box. The instruction manual was easy to understand but mostly we were going on what we learned from the nice lady who usually does it for us in addition to the very helpful advice in the reviews on Amazon.

We decided to get the GiGi All Purpose Honee, 14-Ounces because it got good reviews and it looked the most like what got used on us at the spa. In addition we got a Ateco Small Sized Straight Spatula 4 1/2" x 3/4" because it looked the most like the spatula that they used at the spa and it was a good price.

The other things we ended up using are rubbing alcohol and scentless baby oil both of which we already had at home.
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