How to Shave Your Pubic Hair
Many people, both men and women prefer to remove their pubic hair and this can be completely or partially.
All hair removal methods can be tried, but that doesn´t mean you should try them all.
For example plucking could take a long time and be quite painful. Electrolysis though permanent, still means
that an electric current is passed individually into each hair follicle - just think about it.
Waxing pubic hair (typically the Brazilian
bikini wax) is very popular as is shaving pubic hair.
Some people go for a complete shave and others for a partial shave that can go from a bikini grooming, to an
artistic design. Whatever the case may be, shaving your pubic area is perhaps the most popular form of pubic
For women who just want to trim their pubic hair (and this is a very good option) it does not require
any special technique or skill, just takes a comb and scissors.
The difference with trimming and shaving form the looks point of view is the bare skin angle, and from the
actually doing it point of view, there are a few things you should be aware of regarding shaving you pubic
Women who choose to shave have to be more careful as a sharp blade passes over the skin removing the hair and
their is always the risk of cut. Those who choose to cut or trim it are virtually free of risk.
Many women complain of skin irritation after shaving the pubic area and this brings us to the
first piece of advice Always be careful, especially the first time you shave, as this practice can be
quite hard on the skin tissues of our vulva, which is not used to the irritations associated with shaving. After
doing it regularly you will find that practice has made you nearly perfect. And this is the second piece
of advise - always be careful. The more proficient you are the more lightly you will be to loose a little
Almost all women who shave their pubic hair admit that their skin took a little time to get used to
shaving, although there those who can shave without any difficulty.
So if your thinking of shaving remember that the first times you may experience those little tingles that occur
at the beginning.
Here we offer a number of tips on shaving safely:
You must go step by step and preferably do not try and eliminate all at . It is best to cut and trim
your hair for several weeks before going for a complete.
Once the hair is short, it is best to start shaving the outer labia, which seem to tolerate shaving better
than the mound. Over the following week, more or less, start reducing the patch of hair in the pubic
mound, making it smaller and smaller by trimming and shaving.
If you notice any irritation let it rest for few days later, until the irritation subsides.
We recommend using new blades every time you shave the area, because the pubic hair is very hard and wears down
the razor blade with ease.
Use plenty of shaving foam or gel, and apply a new layer of foam after each stroke of the blade,
It is necessary to apply lubrication between the skin and the blade.
You should also go slowly the first sessions, but once your skin gets used the shave, you can do so
every morning in the shower and it will only take you a couple of minutes.
You may have heard that shaving can cause you itching. This happens as the hair begins to regrow and
reappear above the skin. If you are shaving daily, this should not be a problem and in fact your pubic area
will be perfectly smooth.
You should shave either in the shower or in a bath tub, because apart from the privacy you will get, the warm
water softens the hair and allow the pores to open slightly, making shaving much easier.
You should shave in the direction of hair growth, down on the mound and diagonally near the labia.
Some women shave against the hair growth but it is a good idea to follow this guide at the beginning
Being consistent is important to avoid irritation, so it is best to shave every one or two days, maybe even
three days, depending on how fast you hair regrows.
Then it is advisable to use some sort of miniaturizing lotion (baby oils are highly recommended).