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    Smile Got Hair? Five Techniques For Hair Removal Down There!

    Got Hair? Five Techniques For Hair Removal Down There!
    By: Bonnie Jo Davis

    With the approach of summer many women (and men) begin to think about wearing a swimsuit and all that it entails. Remember to consider your hair care down there before purchasing a new bathing suit this season. Decide what method you will use, how much hair you will remove, how much it will cost and how often you need to repeat the process.

    Removing pubic hair is safe but often painful and inconvenient unless you only need a trim. Some of the hair removal procedures you may consider are waxing, Brazilian waxing, shaving, depilatories (hair removal cream) and electrolysis. You can by products or use at home or you can visit a salon and spa for hair removal.

    General waxing consists of either warm or cold wax applied to the pubic hair region and then pulled off with strips of cotton. Waxing can be extremely painful but it does allow you to control how much hair is removed. One benefit is that you will remain hair free for several weeks.

    Brazilian waxing is the same procedure as above but all hair (including any on the buttocks) is removed except for a small "landing strip" of hair. Brazilian waxing is more extensive and often a great deal more painful than general waxing but it gives you the feeling of being hairless down there!

    Shaving has several advantages and disadvantages. Shaving is done with a razor in the privacy of your home and gives you complete control of how much hair to remove. Shaving allows you to determine how much hair to remove and even allows you to create a design if desired. Unfortunately, shaving does not last as long but it is virtually painless if you can avoid ingrown hairs.

    Depilatories are hair removers like Nair that are available at the drugstore. These products require you to apply a cream or gel, wait a certain time and then rub off your hair. Unfortunately, many depilatories don't remove your hair if it is very coarse and the product and the rubbing can leave you with a sore, burning feeling.

    Electrolysis involves a tiny and thin metal probe being slid into a hair follicle. Each hair follicle must be shocked with electricity that damages the follicle. This method is time consuming, painful, tedious and expensive but is permanent once all follicles have been destroyed.

    If you do decide to visit a salon or spa for hair removal visit first before making an appointment. Make sure the location is clean and in good repair. Check to see if the aesthetician is licensed. Ask how they sterilize their supplies or if they provide a new set for each client. It is also important that they use a fresh, disposal bed covering for each client.

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    That was interesting. I tried waxing once, it was too painful for me. The depilatories do not work well with my hair because it is coarse. I just use the old shaving method and then have to be bothered with ingrown hair. Anyway have advice for NOT getting ingrown hairs and/or razor bumps.

    And speaking of hair down there... I am a cosmetologist and the last hair show we went to they had a new product... Hair Color for Hair Down There!! You could match it to the color you had on your head or make it a wild color like hot pink. My mouth dropped open when I saw it! LOL!!

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    HOT PINK????!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emily_hope View Post
    That was interesting. I tried waxing once, it was too painful for me. The depilatories do not work well with my hair because it is coarse. I just use the old shaving method and then have to be bothered with ingrown hair. Anyway have advice for NOT getting ingrown hairs and/or razor bumps.

    And speaking of hair down there... I am a cosmetologist and the last hair show we went to they had a new product... Hair Color for Hair Down There!! You could match it to the color you had on your head or make it a wild color like hot pink. My mouth dropped open when I saw it! LOL!!
    Hehe...hair product for down there....just gave me a good giggle

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    Quote Originally Posted by emily_hope View Post
    That was interesting. I tried waxing once, it was too painful for me. The depilatories do not work well with my hair because it is coarse. I just use the old shaving method and then have to be bothered with ingrown hair. Anyway have advice for NOT getting ingrown hairs and/or razor bumps.

    And speaking of hair down there... I am a cosmetologist and the last hair show we went to they had a new product... Hair Color for Hair Down There!! You could match it to the color you had on your head or make it a wild color like hot pink. My mouth dropped open when I saw it! LOL!!
    That is too funny. Brad Johns spoke once of mixing up some haircolor, stepping out for a brief second, and when he came back half of the color was missing. When he asked the client, she pulled out a bottle that she had put the color into, saying she took it for her"down there" area.From then on, he always mixed her up"a batch for her snat*# "My hairstylist has stated how a Brazilian wax is done-would be worse than the gyno .

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    Quote Originally Posted by annymoll View Post
    That is too funny. Brad Johns spoke once of mixing up some haircolor, stepping out for a brief second, and when he came back half of the color was missing. When he asked the client, she pulled out a bottle that she had put the color into, saying she took it for her"down there" area.From then on, he always mixed her up"a batch for her snat*# "My hairstylist has stated how a Brazilian wax is done-would be worse than the gyno .

    That is so funny. I would be so embarrassed to do something like that.

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    I saw this on another site.

    http://www.bettybeauty.com/

    Too funny!!

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