Ladies, sorry to break it to you, but five o'clock shadows are not just common when it comes to men. Don't be shy, we've all found an annoying random hair somewhere on our face before. Yes, even you. It's okay, women get facial hair and at the end of the day that's life. Although some get an occasional hair while others grow a full Rick Ross inspired beard, there are ways to prevent and conceal your problem areas.
Of course your first instinct would be to grab the razor, right? NO. Never use a razor to remove any hair on your face because it will always grow back ten times as course. Plucking is an option, but sometimes you can't grasp the hair from the root. Waxing is another alternative that happens to be cost effective, but can cause burning and rashes. Bleaching your hairs is convenient when done the correct way. You don't want to leave the bleach on for too long and look like you're face is sporting a platinum blonde wig. Then there's laser hair removal, which is most effective, but not cost effective and you have to constantly go back for treatments.
At the end of the day, it's obvious that beauty is not cheap and if you want to keep up with your appearance, you have to put in both the time and the money. All methods of hair removal have been performed by plenty of women, some have failed while others have had success. Your best bet is to try a few and see what works best for your specific needs. No woman wants to walk around with stubble, get with the program or be prepared to have all eyes on you -- and that's not a good thing.