A recent Cosmopolitan. Your pubic hair is something relatively few people see, yet it raises so many questions. How the heck does anyone avoid razor burn? Just like the hair on your head probably will go gray eventually, the hair on your private parts will go gray eventually.
Shaving Correctly More Important Than Frequency to Avoid Burns or Rashes
pubic hair – really short, or all off? – CARRERA
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. Thankfully, you've come to the right place, because we've done research for you. We interviewed doctors and ob-gyns about how to prevent all of the above, so no matter how you plan to tackle your hair down there, we've got you covered or not covered, if that's your jam.
Here's Everything You Need To Know About Shaving Your Vagina
We talk about the hair on our heads with a great deal of openness. Pubic hair has long been a prickly subject. The media, our friends, and our romantic partners can sometimes give us mixed messages about what we should be doing with it. A recent study that surveyed a diverse group of women found that more than 80 percent of gals groom their pubes regularly. About 5 percent of ladies groom daily, but a monthly regimen is more common.
It is believed that nature does not create anything superfluous, but everyone has the right to decide whether to keep the pubic hair or not. It is determined by the amount of melanin a pigment substance contained in each hair, which can be different because melanin content varies throughout the body. Throughout life, the melanin content decreases.