When you wax does it make it so that not all hairs grow back?

Not Permanent . Waxing often will remove the hair at the level of the hair root. This will prevent hair from re-growing in that area for around 4 weeks, making it more effective than many other types of hair removal. You may notice some hair regrowth after 1-2 weeks due to different hairs being in different growth cycles.
Waxing. Waxing can cause: pimples, ingrown hairs, bumps, bruising, burned or damaged skin, pain, and change in skin color. When you wax, you can expect the results to last for several weeks, but waxing is not considered to be permanent hair removal. Waxing is more effective than shaving because it removes your hair further down the shaft so it takes longer for it to grow back and become noticeable.