Beauty trends come, beauty trends go. Some of them are better, like wearing minimal make-up, some of them are not so much, like make-up that uses a lot of lead. Point is, a fashion-sensitive lady can never rest easy and has to always be on the look out. The latest craze to sweet the nation/industry/Facebook is shaving your face.
No, it's not about removing eyebrows or some errant hair above the upper lip – it's about shaving all those tiny hairs on your face that you don't even notice. However, you should know what happens to the ladies who do that!
The skin is exfoliated
Shaving is putting the razor to your skin, and that is kind of like getting a facial scrub.
The hair doesn't grow back thicker
"Neither waxing nor shaving causes hair to grow in faster or thicker," Dr. David E. Banks told the press. "We have a certain number of hair follicles in the skin and, if you don’t destroy them with lasers, they will continue to grow in at the same rate and with the same thickness"
You will get a stubble
Stubble is going to be a thing that you will have to deal with, as does anyone who shaves hair, facial or not.
Makeup will sit easier
Shaving makes your face smoother, so your makeup will go on and sit better than before.
Ingrown hair might happen
If you don't shave carefully and use shaving cream, ingrown hair might happen to you.
You might feel razor burn
Razor burn is a definite possibility if you have sensitive skin. Use shaving cream.
You will need regular shaves
If you don't want that stubble to grow – and get bleached by sunlight – you will need to shave regularly.