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No.1152 : Anonymous [2014-08-31 12:45] [Report] 1409503539645.jpg (191217 B, 402x640) [YIS] [GIS] [SNAP]
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Hey /b/...errr I mean tranchan, does anyone have a good guide for shaving legs and private areas?
I used to shave and actually make an effort to keep smooth but it got really annoying because I'd get all these ingrown hairs and stuff. Pic related, it's me.

No.1153 : Anonymous [2014-08-31 14:51] [Report] []

>>1152

Don't have any advice, but a statement: you are very beautiful.

No.1158 : Anonymous [2014-09-03 19:37] [Report] []

>>1152

Wax, don't shave. Lot of moisturizer also. Solved it for me.

No.1163 : Anonymous [2014-09-22 05:13] [Report] []

Take your time!

Your skin might feel like its handling it but you can flare up REALLY bad if you're to rough on your skin.

Use a five bladed razor to start off with and shaving cream, it might pay to soak in the bath first. good luck

and you're very pretty

No.1227 : Anonymous [2014-12-19 02:28] [Report] []

Use a loofah and scrub lots before shaving! Here's my routine while in the shower:

  1. Using a loofah/scrub brush and a gentle soap (lavender is the best! imo), scrub all over. The loofah is key for removing dead skin/opening pores and avoiding ingrown hairs/itchiness.
  2. Rinse and rescrub the area you want to focus on; I typically do a portion each day (lower legs one day, upper + butt the next, upper body on the third) and privates as maintenance is needed. Now I'm at a point where I don't need to shave every day and still feel smooth.
  3. Moisturize! Once out of the shower, pat dry and moisturize. Also before bed. Shoot for something with Vitamin E in it.

Tips:

-start with shaving cream for your first few shaves; your skin might be too dry to take using soap to start, and irritation is more probable; it takes way longer but you won't need to keep doing it once you get into a routine
-shaving down the leg is the safest; you can also shave perpendicular to the direction of your leg to get a close shave but without the irritation you might get from pulling the razor up your leg (think of shaving your neck)
-when shaving privates, be sure to keep skin taut and use gentle strokes (shaving cream for the first few to avoid irritation)
-you'll find it hard to get it all in one go so be patient; keep at it, and you'll figure out tricks that work for you

Maybe Nair would be easier... I'll give it a shot sooner or later.

No.1228 : Anonymous [2014-12-19 20:02] [Report] []

Try hair conditioner instead of shaving cream. You don't need to use loads either.


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