I have the same issue. I literally tried everything over the years: bleaching creams, waxing, hair removal creams, shaving, laser, and electrolysis. The most successful was electrolysis because it permanently removes the hair from the root and deactivates the hair follicle. But it can get expensive because you need to do it every time you get a new hair growth cycle to manage new hair coming out.
I do not recommend laser (the heat triggered dormant hairs lower down my neck and parts of my face), shaving (unless you want to get stubble), or hair removal creams (can cause the hair to grow back thicker and darker). After I had some laser hair removal treatments, the person who did them told me it's ok to shave because my hair was getting finer. Big mistake! I ended up getting folliculitis and some painful cysts along my jawline, and now I'm regretting ever using laser on my face. It's best to stick with electrolysis.
Tweezing can help, but the hair will grow back. Sometimes I just trim the fuzz with face scissors and that keeps it under control because electrolysis can be quite costly.
Edited by WishClean, 13 September 2013 - 06:12 PM.