How to shave pubic hair

Pubic hair styles Step 1 – Trim your hair before shaving anything
This can save a lot of time and frustration, you won’t believe how harder it is with the pubes at natural length, the razor blade clogs up easily, and irritations appear more often. Use electric hair trimmers or scissors; you may need at one point to pull your hair to cut it.
Pubic hair styles Step 2 – Take a warm bath or put a warm towel on that area
Warm temperatures open the pores, making shaving easier.
Pubic hair styles Step 3 – Apply shaving cream to the area you plan to shave
Choose the right kind of cream, because you may be allergic to some ingredients, the best advice would be to buy shaving cream for sensitive skin. And please don’t use soap, soap is not good for your friend.
Pubic hair styles Step 4 – Shave
Shave to the same direction the hair grows, and don’t go over and over the same area, at most 3 strokes should do the work. More than this translates into irritation and razor bumps. You may need to stretch the skin for difficult spots. Shave once a week first, to let your skin get used to this.
Pubic hair styles Step 5 – Use exfoliation sponges to clean
After shaving any dead cells must be removed from your skin
Pubic hair styles Step 6 – Moisturize
This is the final step. I would recommend using baby oil or aloe vera, but other moisturizers should work for you.

Pubic hair styles –TIPS

  • Keep all products on the outside of your body only. And avoid shaving during your period, as skin is more sensitive.
  • If you are taking off most of your hair, a small mirror can help you see better.
  • Shaving while taking a shower, rather than a bath can make things easier because you can prop up legs on side of stall.
  • If you’re daring, you can create your pubic hair design at home.
  • Shaving only takes hair even with the skin, waxing will keep hair away weeks at a time.
  • Some people experience moderate to intense itching the first couple of days after shaving as the pubic hair grows back. Try your first shave on a weekend.


How It Works: Using a razor, a person removes the tip of the hair shaft that has grown out through the skin. Some razors are completely disposable, some have a disposable blade, and some are electric. Women often shave their underarms, legs, and bikini areas.How Long It Lasts: 1 to 3 daysPros: Shaving is fairly inexpensive, and you can do it yourself. All you need is some warm water, a razor, and if you choose, shaving gel or cream.Cons: Razor burn, bumps, nicks, cuts, and ingrown hairs are side effects of shaving. Ingrown hairs can happen with close, frequent shaving. When the hair begins to grow, it grows within the surrounding tissue rather than growing out of the follicle. The hair curls around and starts growing into the skin, irritating it

Tips: You’ll get a closer shave if you shave in the shower after your skin has been softened by warm water. Go slowly, pulling looser areas of skin taut before running the razor over them. Change razors often to avoid nicks. Using shaving cream may also help protect sensitive skin, like the skin around the genitals. If you’re nervous about cutting yourself, you can try an electric razor instead. 


How It Works: Using tweezers, a person stretches the skin tightly, grips the hair close to the root, and pulls it out.
How Long It Lasts: 3 to 8 weeks
Pros:Plucking is inexpensive (all you need are tweezers). But it can be time- consuming because you can only remove one hair at a time.
Cons: Plucking can be painful. If the hair breaks off below the skin, a person may get an ingrown hair. After plucking, you may notice temporary red bumps because the hair follicle is swollen and irritated.
Tips: Make sure you sterilize your tweezers or other plucking devices with rubbing alcohol before and after (to avoid infection).


How They Work: A depilatory is a cream or liquid that removes hair from the skin’s surface. They work by reacting with the protein structure of the hair, so the hair dissolves and can be washed or wiped away.
How Long They Last: Several days to 2 weeks
Pros: Depilatories work quickly, are readily available at drugstores and grocery stores. They’re best on the leg, underarm, and bikini areas; special formulations may be used on the face and chin.
Cons: Applying depilatories can be messy some people dislike the odor. If you have sensitive skin, you might have an allergic reaction to the chemicals in the depilatory (could be rash or inflammation).
Tips: Read product directions carefully and be sure to apply the product only for the recommended amount of time for best results. Before using a depilatory on pubic hair, read product labels to find one that says it’s safe to use on the “bikini” area or genitals.


How It Works: A sticky wax is spread on the area of skin where the unwanted hair is growing. A cloth strip is then applied over the wax and quickly pulled off, taking the hair root and dead skin cells with it. The wax can be warmed or may be applied cold. Waxing can be done at a salon or at home.
How Long It Lasts: 3 to 6 weeks
Pros: Waxing leaves the area smooth and is long lasting. Waxing kits are readily available in drugstores and grocery stores. Hair re-growth looks lighter and less noticeable than it is after other methods of hair removal, such as shaving.
Cons: Many people say the biggest drawback to waxing is the discomfort: Because the treatment works by pulling hair out at the roots, it can sting a bit as the hair comes off — luckily that part is fast. People may notice temporary redness, inflammation, and bumps after waxing. Professional waxing is more expensive than other hair removal methods. Teens who use acne medications such as tretinoin and isotretinoin may want to skip waxing because those medicines make the skin more sensitive. People with moles or skin irritation from sunburn should also avoid waxing.
Tips: For waxing to work, hair should be at least ¼ inch (about 6 millimeters) long. So skip shaving for a few weeks before waxing. Waxing works well on the legs, bikini area, and eyebrows.


How It Works: Over a series of several appointments, a professional inserts a needle into the follicle and sends an electric current through the hair root, killing it. A small area such as the upper lip may take a total of 4 to 10 hours and a larger area such as the bikini line may take 8 to 16 hours.
How Long It Lasts: Intended to be permanent, but some people have re-growth of hair
Pros: Some people have permanent hair removal.
Cons: Electrolysis takes big bucks and lots of time, so it’s usually only used on smaller areas such as the upper lip, eyebrows, and underarms. Many people describe the process as painful and dry skin, scabs, scarring, and inflammation may result after treatment. Infection may be a risk if the needles and other instruments aren’t properly sterilized.
Tips: Talk to your doctor if you’re interested in this method.

Laser Hair Removal

How It Works: A laser is directed through the skin to the hair follicle, where it stops growth. It works best on light-skinned people with dark hair because the melanin (colored pigment) in the hair absorbs more of the light, making treatment more effective.
How Long It Lasts: Intended to be permanent, but people often need to return every 6 months to a year for maintenance.
Pros: This type of hair removal is long lasting and large areas of skin can be treated at the same time.
Cons: A treatment session could be expensive. Side effects of the treatment may include inflammation and redness.
Tips: Using cold packs may help diminish any inflammation after treatment. Avoiding the sun before a treatment may make results more effective.


Prescription Treatments

A cream called eflornithine is available by prescription to treat
facial hair growth in women. The cream is applied twice a day
until the hair becomes softer and lighter. Side effects may include skin irritation and acne. Antiandrogen medications (Diane 35, Dianette, Androcur,  cyproteron-acetate) are another method that doctors prescribe to reduce the appearance of unwanted hair. These medications can reduce hair growth by blocking androgen production. Doctors often prescribe oral contraceptives in conjunction with these medications to enhance their effect, avoid pregnancy (since antiandrogens can be harmful to a developing fetus) and help regularize the menstrual cycle in girls who need it. Deciding to remove body hair is a personal choice. Getting rid of body hair doesn’t make a person healthier, and you shouldn’t feel pressured to do so if you don’t want to. Some cultures view body hair as beautiful and natural, so do what feels right to you!
pubic hair styles
Basic Bikini Design 

Removes hair from sides and top of undies line.

pubic hair styles “Brazilian” Design 

As per Basic Bikini, but also removes hair from the labia, perineum, and bum crack.

pubic hair styles “Rising Sun” Design 

An eye-catching design based on the Basic 3X. Ideal for girls with straight pubic hair, especially dense Asian hair, as the shape sits very naturally.

pubic hair styles Wax + Bleach Design 

Available with any 3X Brazilian style. Resultant colour may vary between dark bronze and light blonde depending on your hair’s natural pigmentation.

pubic hair styles
“Landing Strip” Design 

Take everything off but a narrow strip of hair. Traditionally the same width as your natural fold, this is a very popular style.

pubic hair styles
“Tear Drop” Design 

A cute and fun alternative to the usual landing strip. Another popular style.

pubic hair
4X “Brazilian” Design 

Everything off. Ultra smooth.