How to Shave?

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    Jan 01, 2011 6:01 PM GMT
    Hey everyone..I just need to know how do you guys shave your body hair? Im a hairy personicon_biggrin.gif and i need to shave specific body parts, especially my butt. How do you guys shave your butt, what do you use? I have heard that if you shave your butt and when the hair start growing back, it is really itchy..like insanely itchy. Is that true? And I also have hairy legs which i dont think is a turn-on..what should i do to them because if i shave them it would be too feminine..what to do?
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    Jan 01, 2011 8:19 PM GMT
    http://www.sharpman.com/

    Try searching on male personal grooming, too.
  • vacyclist

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    Jan 01, 2011 8:46 PM GMT
    I've shaved all kinds of stuff at various times, for me doing the deed in the shower works best, along with good soapy lather and a reasonably fresh triple or quad blade. For starters, get rid of the long stuff with an electric trimmer.

    You'll get lots of unsolicited feedback here on pros and cons of shaving at all....I say do what you want to do & have fun!

    FWIW I shave my legs during the cycling season, let 'em grow out during the colder months (good crop going right now). The boys get shaved every morning year around; the rest of my golden pubes go unmolested except by certain designated individuals.
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    Jan 01, 2011 9:12 PM GMT
    Some important things if you shave your body.

    Clipper first, maybe to a no. 1 blade/guard. Then shave with a new, clean blade. I only like the double blade style and I use Schick ST2 Slim Trim pkg. of twelve. The head is slim so it gets into hard to reach spots. I never use a razor more than once on my body parts. Try shaving with the grain of your hair. Never against if possible.

    There's also a shave oil that's cheap and lasts forever called "Shave Secret". Gives you a close, smooth shave.

    Here's the most important thing. After shaving, make sure you exfoliate the area briskly with a special glove or loofah. Go over a few times and make sure you do this step. This will greatly decrease or eliminate ingrown hairs or unwanted pimply bumps.

    All this being said, I really hate all the trimming, shaving. Luckily, I'm not overly hairy so I can get by with only once a week or so.

    Good Luck bud.
  • jessetriguy

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    Jan 01, 2011 9:31 PM GMT
    try the Norelco bodygroom. I have one and gives a close shave without the bumps and intching

    [url]http://norelcobodygroom.synthasite.com//url]
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    Jan 04, 2011 4:20 PM GMT
    Thanks for the suggestions guys..
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    Jan 04, 2011 4:24 PM GMT
    I hate shaving. I still don't know the proper way to shave my face without the inevitable bumps and rashes.
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    Jan 04, 2011 4:28 PM GMT
    invest in laser hair removal. much easier. it will either totally removed the area or reduce it greatly. make sure you choose to do it at either a dermatologist or plastic surgeons office. DO NOT GO TO AMERICAN LASER! they will take all your money and not give you the results your looking for.
  • Mikeylikesit

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    Jan 04, 2011 4:29 PM GMT
    Shaving is overrated....Hairy is in Now!!
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    Jan 04, 2011 4:29 PM GMT
    use clippers first then a razor, dont bother with the expensive razors, theyll be dull after one shaving anyways.
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    Jan 04, 2011 4:31 PM GMT
    Vancouverite2004 saidI hate shaving. I still don't know the proper way to shave my face without the inevitable bumps and rashes.


    Shave with downward strokes not against the hair. and try using lotion first to soften the beard, and get rid of any underlying dry skin patches (let it set in fort a few minutes, then shaving cream
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    Jan 04, 2011 5:25 PM GMT
    jessetriguy saidtry the Norelco bodygroom. I have one and gives a close shave without the bumps and intching

    http://norelcobodygroom.synthasite.com
    Ordered. Thanks. icon_biggrin.gif