I purchased my NoNo from HSN about five years ago,. It is still going strong . I am fair skin and blonde . At first I used it everyday or every other day , now only about once a week . I really like mine.
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NAY! NAY! to the No!no!
I also have very dark hair. I used the nono religiously for a year. It has a tiny filament wire that basically burns the hair, then you have to buff the singed leftovers off. I see absolutely no way that it can cause permanent results.
I’ve since used the Tria on my legs and now all the dark hair is gone, years later. I still have to shave because I still get fine light hair, but I don’t have to shave very often at all now.
I used it on a few dark random facial hairs and most of them are gone now. I still have a few to go, but that’s only because I really don’t like to use it on my face because it HURTS like the dickens on my face…didn’t hurt my legs much at all, just a slight sting.
I bought the Silk’n Glide from HSN and that seems to be the same technology as the Tria in a more affordable version. I have been using that on my armpits, but I haven’t used it enough yet to know if it’s effective, but I am hopeful.
Nay, I used it for 2 years faithfully and the first 6 months I thought it was working. I do not have course dark hair. I used it on my legs and arms . It takes about a half hour todo the leg areas. I do think it thinned the hair on my legs a little. I have some blonde peach fuzz on my face and do not have sensitive skin but you have to go over each area several times and you will end up with red marks or splotches. The result of the Nono are not long lasting and it takes an incredible amount of time. I’ve been using an epilator which is much quicker, lasts longer and more effective . Any results obtained by using the Nono are NOT permanent. Then there is the burning hair smell ………
Yay but you have to use it. You can’t just do it a few of times and expect a difference. It takes a long time. Just use it regularly as you are watching tv. It’s relaxing and no trouble. You use it in conjunction with shaving. I also use a dry brush afterword on my legs. Make sure you brush in the correct direction for your heart health. (look up dry brushing.)
It makes your hair thinner and thinner until it just stops growing. That is how it has worked for me. I still have hair on my legs but it’s super thin and lots of bare spots now. You will notice it starts growing in crazy directions too.
As for the face. It made my peach fuzz grow more. Yikes so I quit using it on that because that made me nervous. I use it on my upper lip but it is not as effective as on the legs but it works and does help.
I think this is great for the legs.
I read a science report on hair growth and it was very interesting. It basically said that hairs have a survival reaction as well as different growth cycles. If you pull out or create a painful extraction of a hair then the surrounding ones go into survival mode and they grow stronger. One of the reasons No No works is because it is gentle. 🙂
My daughter returned hers
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Oh that’s a total disappointment. :smileysad:
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