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But it MIGHT not be all good news: many dermatologists and makeup artists say that shaving your face can do more harm than good.

While it won't cause your peach fuzz to grow in thicker or darker, it can cause ingrown hairs or razor burn — not something you want on your face. Plus, the upkeep is kind of extreme. "This is not a trend for everyone because it really requires continuous maintenance," dermatologist Rachel Nazarian told Allure. "Every time you shave your hair, the new hair that grows out will appear thicker as it has not been worn down or thinned out yet."

Even Huda says that she literally can't stop doing it. So aspiring shaver, beware.

You can watch Huda's entire video on face-shaving right here.

Then tell me: is constant razor time the price you'd pay for smoother makeup application? Do you shave your face? Should *I* try it? Let me know in the comments, or over on Facebook!