though modern Electrology began in 1875, until recently not everybody
knew that it was a reliable and safe method to remove unwanted hair.
This could be one of the reasons Klementina, who lived in 1930s-40s
in France, let her excess hair on her chin grow giving her a male
resembling beard. Or she might have just got tired of bumps, which
occurred after shaving or tweezing
Nobody knows what made that strong and beautiful woman challenge
the bodies, and especially faces. Klementina's behavior caught attention
of the Frenchmen. Many came from far away places to dine in a small
restaurant, where Klementina worked, in order to look at this wondrous
beauty. Some found her pretty face framed by male-resembling beard
even more attractive; others simply laughed at her.
she became a very popular woman in France and when she died (at
the same time as Hitler), the entire country mourned her, while
the rest of Europe marked Hitler's death.
the efforts of Dr. Charles E. Michell, an ophthalmologist, who accidentally
discovered Electrolysis in 1875 while removing ingrown eyelash for
one of his patients, and his followers who developed Dr. Michell's
method and invented new techniques, Electrolysis became the only
medically recognized method of permanent hair removal. Standardized
training and improved equipment makes Electrolysis more popular
and more accessible to people around the world. Silky skin, smooth
upper lip, and gracious shape of eyebrows-sometimes these are the
only things that we lack to feel confident at work, home, at a party,
or in a swimming pool. Electrolysis can help emphasize your natural
beauty, avoid emotional stress caused by unwanted hair, and what
is more important-help you gain confidence in your appearance. Who
knows, maybe that's what Klementina was missing when she decided
to reserve to desperate measures.
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