Let's get one thing straight — there's no one right way to deal with pubic hair. You can leave it how it grows, shave it into a cool shape, wax it off completely, trim it a little bit, or something else entirely — it's all fine. But what's not fine? Razor bumps and irritation and painful vaginal nicks from a dull razor.
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Some people, including both men and women, don't enjoy having hair on their genitals. This is completely normal, but if you've never shaved this area before, read down below to see the safest way to complete this task. To shave your pubic hair, start by trimming your hair with an electric trimmer or a pair of scissors, since a razor will quickly get clogged if your hair is too long. Then, take a hot bath or shower to soften your hair, which will make it a lot easier to shave off. Once your hair feels soft, cover it in shaving foam to reduce irritation. For tips on how to powder your pubic area after shaving, keep reading!
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After 10 years of constant shaving, I decided to let my bush grow freely, and realized some things in the process. It had never occurred to me that I was supposed to groom my pubic hair until fooling around in the back of a Ford Focus with a particularly unwoke boyfriend at age Before that, Dr. My mother, who carefully instructed me on the art of shaving my legs, never explicitly told me it was something I needed to do elsewhere. In my conservative small town, I had just one sexually active friend, who didn't get into the topic as she recounted her lurid hookup stories before choir practice.
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