When it comes to Male hair removal, to shave or not to shave, that is the question. In these enlightened times, male grooming and male hair removal is becoming increasingly popular. The famous sack, crack and back wax is a well known treatment at wax bars up and down the country. So should you shave your pubic hair? There are many questions that might spring to mind. What are the benefits? What are the risks? Does it hurt? What is the best method?
Women have been shaving the lady gardens for years, and the bikini wax, Hollywood, and Brazilian all part of the on going maintenance women put themselves through to keep looking good when things get personal. And now the tables are turning, if the women are expected to attend to constant topiary of their bits – why not the men? And so shaving for men is becoming commonplace.
There are numerous reasons why you might want to shave your pubic hair. As suggested earlier, request and expectation from a partner maybe one. Another is hygiene as there is an argument that it keeps things hygienic and fresh. One of the upsides, and this might just be the clincher, is it gives the appearance of making your manhood look an inch larger, and that can’t be bad for the self esteem.
So should you make the leap? First of all, remember women are from Venus and men from mars, and shaving the pubic hair is a very different experience for men. Secondly, we are all very different and hair growth varies person from person. So some of us will stay smoother longer than others. Once you make the decision, it is an on going commitment to maintain.
In later blogs I explore the best methods, male hair removal options, waxing for men, razors for men and special shavers for men.
Source by Clive Illenden