I’m a 12 year old girl and I have a mustache : Beautiful woman.
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hey im 12 and i have a mustache. i hate ittt.i plucked it a little but it hurt and didn't really help so i wanna wax. how do i ask my mom to buy me a waxing kit or whatever?
also how do i ask her to buy me bras?
u just ask explainit
u could just shave it…
Just ask your mother she'll understand
dont shave it it will grow back morethink and gross!:) just put proxside or i think bleach it !:) not with cleaning bleach though they sell it for hairP
your 12 . you should of been wearing bras when you were like 10 . lol & just go up to your mom and ask . tell her you feel insecure & you dont like it ,
For the mustache problem, you can always bleach it if your mom says "no" to buying the waxing kit.
And about the bras and stuff, you should just be outright honest. Tell her you're going through some growing changes and need her help. I'm sure she'll be glad you came to her
Whatever You Do DON'T Shave It. It Will Grow Back Way Worse Than It Is Now. It'll Look Like A Man's If You Shave It.Just Ask Your Mom, She'll Understand.
I'm 13, so I completely understand how you feel.Tell your mom how the hair makes you insecure, and she most likely will help you buy a waxing kit or figure out another solution.Or, if you just can't talk to her about it, just use a regular razor and shave it.It's not true that it will grow back thicker, don't worry.As for the bras, maybe the next time you two go shopping you could sort of drift over to the bra section and ask her if you could try wearing one.Or you could say something like "A lot of my friends are wearing bras, could I try one too?"Good luck with this! I know it can be awkward, but chances are she was in the same place when she was your age, along with most other girls.
Unlike the other questions, i might be able to give some advice! I was in the same situation when i was your age, I originally didn't have a very visible mustache but i was told not to shave or use any hair removal cremes on my lips, but i was curious and what a mistakes i did-.-' Don't shave or use any form of hair removal creme for legs and stuff because i don't want you to be put in the same situation. You will just get darker colored hair on your upper lip. Sorry for this dear, but waxing is the only alternative if your really want hair free upper lip. I started with bleaching my upper lip but i found out that it looks like a mane (like the lion mane) under the sun. There is a Olay 2 step facial hair remover thingy but i saw at Walmart today that they had removed them of the shelves. Check your local pharmacy for help! As for bra talk, again same situation. Ask her alone, when she's not mad, when your dad isn't around and when you have no siblings around with a moderate tone. Hoped
I shave because I like to; not because my man wants me to, but he doesn't have any complaints:)
no, i can hardly stand stubble on my legs!he would probably be some kind of freak if he said that!
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