I have used both pink and blue wax on myself and I love both of them. Both work well for Brazilian waxing and waxing the back of my neck and underarms, and both are less painful than other products. With other waxes, if you don’t apply everything with just the right thickness, shape, and speed, the wax can be painful to remove, leave behind lots of hair, and break apart easily, leaving a lot of cleanup.
If you’re an amateur like me, you won’t be skillful at applying the wax evenly like professionals, so if this is the case, I would recommend the pink wax for starters because it’s easy to apply. The pink dries slower than blue one, so you have more time spread it out and cover exactly the area you want. The pink one is a little more creamy, though, so when you apply it, watch for drips.
The blue wax has a more flexible and elastic formula that dries more quickly so you need to apply it correctly in one try and can’t really make up for any mistake after the fact. It’s good for making longer wax strips and speed waxing, and I think it takes more of the fine hairs than the pink wax. The only con is after I pull the wax off, I can still feel the stickiness on my skin since some residual particles still remain. This is just my personal experience, so maybe I’m still not good enough at applying it to graduate to blue, and other people may have different opinions.
I would recommend for anyone that like me isn’t a professional to try the pink wax first and then if you get used to it, try out the blue one. I hope this review helps for amateurs like me.
P.S. they changed the bead size. Now the size is much smaller than before, so it would be easier to melt!