Before applying razor, use a hair trimmer or scissors to
trim hair as short as possible. This minimizes long strands of
hair getting stuck between blades.
Wash the area well with soap and warm water, this softens
coarse pubic hair making it easier to shave. Alternatively,
shave immediately AFTER she showers.
Apply some shaving cream and lather the area. Better than
shaving cream is hair conditioner. It makes hair softer and shaving
easier. Another recommended hair softener is baby oil; a friend
swears by it, though I've never tried it. But NEVER SHAVE WITH
JUST SOAP & WATER, it can hurt and irritate.
Use a brand-new razor EVERY time.
Start by shaving in the direction of hair growth. Cover entire
area once. Avoid going over the same spot again and again if her
skin is sensitive (one or two strokes will do). Stretch the skin to
access those hard-to-reach spots. If the blades get clogged with
loose hair, shaking the razor head vigorously in a mug of water
dislodges the hair. After you're done, rinse with warm water, and
apply some more cream or conditioner. Now, shave AGAINST the
direction of hair growth.
Rinse the area well, scrub gently with a loofah, dry and
moisturize with baby oil.
For a professional job, schedule an appointment for her at a beauty
parlour for a BIKINI wax or BRAZILIAN wax (the latter is more
thorough and removes ALL hair, even those around her anus).
TIP : Her skin is extra sensitive just-before, during and just-after
her menstrual cycle. Schedule her shaving OUTSIDE of this period.
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