A Bralizian wax is where all the hair is removed from around the labia, perineum and anus (or your undercarriage and behind). Sometimes a landing strip is left above the pubis (the top of the public bone). A Brazilian wax ensures no unsightly hairs are visible when wearing swimwear, especially around the genital area.
Depending on your pain tolerance, you can expect a minor to medium amount of pain directly following the removal of the wax strip, and a stinging sessation for a few hours afterwards. However, there is no lasting damage involved.
Not in the case of a clean, sterile environment. Waxing may even prove to be healthier than shaving, because of the speed and lack of contact with a repeat use razor.
You can wax yourself from home, although if you want a professional job, or to reach difficult areas, a licensed beauty technician is your best option.
Most waxing jobs can be completed in one or two sessions, although a Brazilian is generally done over a few weeks, due to the size of the area covered. Waxing in this way over time also helps to achieve consistent growth patterns.
The wax should be tolerable to the touch of the skin, not hot enough to cause distress but not too cool so as to not be effective.
There’s no real difference between the two, except that excess hair tends to grow in different places for men than it does women. Shaving will typically take care of the ideal male look, but removing ingrowing or unwanted hair requires a waxing job.
With proper treatment, no.