Whatever you do, DO NOT shave, wax, or nair your entire face.
Shaving won't make it worse, but it WILL make your face all prickly. No girl should have to deal with that.
Same thing with waxing. It will solve your problem for a few weeks, but then if you want to do it again you have to let the hair grow out really long. And that's just as bad. Plus ingrown hairs, gross.
Nair and veet are horrible products if you ask me. I've tried each only once, and they literally burned my skin. I had a rash for days, plus they only got rid of maybe 50% of the hair. Not worth the money or the pain.
Plucking is also bad. I've learned the hard way. I used to pluck hairs out of my body till I noticed that they started SPREADING in the areas I didn't even have hair before! Then I did some research and learned that plucking will "awaken" the surrounding hair follicles, fuel blood to them, and make them grow hair too. Don't do it!
I don't understand why anyone would do that. It's such a huge mistake.
I also have like two hairs on my jawline that always grow dark, but I just pluck them out VERY carefully, making sure I don't pluck out any of the surrounding thin hairs. Because if you do that, the other thin hairs you pull will turn darker too.
It's such a horrible mistake to do something like that.
I've had hair all over my entire body since I was 14. It's awful.
First I started noticing it on my arms. I've always had really long, ugly arm hair. I started waxing that... but it's such a pain in the *** that I stopped waxing and now I have to shave my arms. If I don't it looks soooooooooooo nasty.
Then later I started developing hair all over my face. The thing I'm thankful for each and everyday is that even though there is gross hair all over my face, it's so thin and blonde that it's not noticable at all (unless I'm out in the sun then you can see EVERYTHINg, UGH!)
After that I started seeing hair on my stomach... And then my back etc etc.
So now my entire body is covered in these disgusting fine hairs that I can't really do anything about. I don't have the money to go get my entire body lasered or something.
I got so obsessed over it that I couldn't take it. So I went to the doctor to do some blood tests.
He checked my thyroid hormone levels, which all came back normal. He checked my testosterone, which was also normal.
Then he sent me home totally disappoined and told me there is nothing he can do and that it was my problem.
So I went home and a couple of weeks later got another call. He thought it was PCOS. I got tested for that too...nothing.
I knew I don't have PCOS since my periods have always been regular and I've never had any hairloss or anything.
So he told me that it's just "my body" and there is nothing I can do but laser it some day. After that I've just learned to live with it. I can't get rid of this problem so I just try and cover up as much as I can, don't go out in the sune because it's soooooooo obvious.
I'm very disappointed that I have to deal with this for the rest of my life and I don't know why. My family is not hairy at all like this. For some reason my sister and I are the two people in the ENTIRE family who are more hairy than the rest. She's the lucky one though because she has A LOT less hair then I do still. Sucks.
You may have PCOS though...seeing that you have irregular periods and hairloss. If it's that, you can get it treated. Go to your doctor asap and get tested because you don't want it to spread and turn into something much worse. Take care of your body so you don't have to suffer worse consequences.
Good luck to you