As humans, we spend a large portion of our lives shaving. We spend an even larger portion of our lives dreading, avoiding, or attempting to shave our pubic hair. For men in particular, the practice of intimate grooming is one that's kind of confusing, a catch of too hairy or not hairy enough.
Are you man trying to figure out how to shave your pubic area? One false move and you can cut yourself. The good news is that with proper preparation, you can easily shave the hair around the pubic area.
Similarly to armpit and head hair, your pubic hair is known as terminal hair, and is thicker and coarser than the vellus hair found on the rest of your body. There is a growing popularity for removing pubic hair, which is particularly the case amongst women, although men are increasingly following the trend. So, should you shave your pubic hair?
Guys, there is really nothing creepier than a dude who shaves his entire junk. Don't get me wrong: Courtesy trims are above-board. Light manscaping, I can rally behind. No one likes an overgrown bush you have to navigate through blindly to get to the goods.
The thought of bringing a sharp razor anywhere close to your genitals might be downright frightening. Always start by carefully trimming the area with electric grooming clippers. Then, soak in a warm tub for a few minutes, apply shaving cream, use a sharp razor, and remove the hair with smooth, even strokes.
Consider this your go-to guide on how to safely trim the bushes — or let them grow out blemish-free. A careful routine can prevent irritation, razor burnand injury. Keep a separate grooming kit for your bits.
New research also shows the style that is most popular with women. But now men are getting in on the action, with six out of 10 men spending time trying to achieve the perfect 'Blokini Line'. New research shows nine out of 10 women are turned off by a full male bush, but 64 per cent of men admit to having experienced a mishap when tidying up.
Avoid using scissors, a hair trimming tool, a straight razor, knife, or chainsaw for reasons more obvious than we need to lay out. The best pubic hair trimmer for men is identical to the one you use on your face both because of your comfort level with the product and its precision. Pre-Trim: We recommend starting by trimming over a large towel instead of over your toilet or bathtub. Wet hair will bog down your trimmer so make sure you start with a dry canvas before you trim.
While 62 percent of women in the United States remove their pubic hair, the practice is seemingly less common for men. In this week's Sex Talk RealnessCosmopolitan. Man A: Twenty-three.