If you are sugaring for the first time, your hair will regrow at different times because of the hair-cycle, however if you continue sugaring regularly every 2-3 weeks your hair will start growing all at the same time, extending the hair free period and weakening the hair follicles.
Sugaring can be made easier with regular exfoliation and hydration of the skin. Between treatments make sure you exfoliate the skin 2-3 times a week with a loofah or exfoliating mitten. Apply a moisturizer daily. It is best to use a water based lotion rather than an oil one. Drinking lots of water can also help with the skin’s hydration.
Keeping your skin exfoliated and hydrated will prevent ingrown hairs. Ingrowns happen when dead cells build up in the mouth of the follicle. New hair may not be strong enough to break through this barrier being forced to grow back into the follicle or just under the skin’s surface. Ingrown hairs cause bumpy follicles and infections. Regular sugaring will also help remove ingrown hair by lifting up dead cells and dirt, thus clearing up the mouth of the follicle.
Also, if your skin is hydrated and in good condition it will make the removing of the hair with sugaring much easier.