No, the HOLLYWOOD BROWZER should not hurt when used correctly. It is important to use short gentle strokes at a 45-degree angle on the area you are removing hair from. If you experience any discomfort or are not removing the hairs after one pass, hold the skin taut so the BROWZER has a firm, even surface to glide upon.
Yes, you can absolutely use the HOLLYWOOD BROWZER if you have sensitive or delicate skin. When used correctly at the right angle (45-degrees) and with the right amount of pressure, you will just feel a stroking sensation; like you are combing the skin.
The HOLLWYOOD BROWZER is best for shaping the eyebrows (using it above, below, and between the brows) and also removing unwanted facial hair (peach fuzz, sideburns, upper lip hair, and chin hair.) It can also be used to remove hair on fingers and toes, back of the neck (especially between hair cuts), bikini line and any stray hairs you find. You can also straighten out the hairline with the HOLLYWOOD BROWZER.
Everyone's hair grows at a different rate, so you might use it once a week, you might use it two to three times a week. It's really up to you. One of the great things about the HOLLYWOOD BROWZER is you can use it whenever you want and how often you want. You don't have to rely on anyone but yourself. No need to make appointments or waste time going to salons.
No, your hair won't grow back darker and coarser after using your HOLLYWOOD BROWZER. The hair will grow back the same way it would if you were tweezing, threading or waxing. Vellus hair (peach fuzz) grows back as vellus hair and terminal hair (coarse hair) grows back as terminal hair. It just might feel different when it grows back as there will be a blunt edge, but keep in mind that the blunt edge does not mean that the hair structure itself has been physiologically altered.
Yes, you can absolutely use your HOLLYWOOD BROWZER on a tattoo. As a matter of fact, by removing the hair that is on the skin where the tattoo is, you are revealing even more the beauty of the tattoo as there are no distracting hairs growing out of it.