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sugaring

/ (ˈʃʊɡərɪŋ) /
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noun
a method of removing unwanted body hair, whereby a thick viscous paste of sugar and water is applied to the hair, allowed to thicken, and then removed sharply, pulling the hairs out by their roots
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