Shave, wax or au naturel?  

PandorasSecrets 36F
11 posts
4/10/2005 6:32 pm

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Shave, wax or au naturel?


Ok people I'm having an issue with deciding what product(s) to use to go bare. I did a little research about the brazilian wax job & I figure it's prob. the best solution for getting rid of the hair down there. They lay you down, you hold your legs up and apart, and they wax your ahem, ass crack (pardon the exspression), your kitty, and bikini area. Does anyone have any feed back on this matter? Feel free to post about it if you do...

rm_Kaotic555 39M
1 post
4/10/2005 8:38 pm

Coming from a guys perspective. Waxing makes things soft and beautiful. Shaving nice but hurts for the guy at times because of the stubble. Au naturel HELL NO! We run for the door... Atleast most of us. Well I hope this helps. A friend told me that the first time you get waxed it hurts a lot she said that she almost cried twice. But it does get easier the more you do it. Waxing from a guys perspective (atleast mine) is the best softest and most feminine. But do what you like you are the one that has to pay for it and go through it


wildlife15 55M/51F
1 post
4/10/2005 11:23 pm

I find that shaving is easy enough as long as you're not the type who developes ingrown hairs a lot. I assumed you've been waxed before...it hurts! I'm not wild about that feeling on my softer parts. But darlin, bare is the ONLY way to go....I'd never go back.


happydad43 58M  
7 posts
4/11/2005 5:12 am

From a male point of view, waxing hurts some, but being waxed myself, I know several days later there is still some uncomfortable stubble. I regularly have my back and butt waxed, but have never experienced a brazilian wax! I neatly trim that part with an electric trimmer. Whatever you choose, I know I prefer a groomed pussy, especially in enjoying oral.


rm_Lickableones 58M/35F
26 posts
4/11/2005 5:43 am

why go through the pain? There are so many dipilatory creams on the market that work. Fro me it's VEET all the way and I can use it as often as I need....it even works for stubble. Three minutes, and the hair is gone.


papyrina 51F
21133 posts
4/11/2005 5:58 am

i wax and have done for ages,it hurts every time lol,it does not get easyier with time,plus for my self as my skin is ultra sensitive i find the fist night in bed i get an unbearable itch from hair that wasn't quite torn away,i now take an antihistamine pill before bed and it sems to have resolved it,tweezers the next day for the odd hair that was missed


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happyphuckers 50M/48F

7/15/2005 9:36 am

I shaved for years and just started waxing myself. Haven't gone totally Brazilan yet...I get more and more done each time. Yes, it hurts, but the hair takes a while to grow back not like shaving, which is a plus, but you also have to let it grow a little bit down south before you can have it done again, which is a minus...I like it because for the most part they can get the hair in places that are hard to use a razor, and it is smooth, plus my husband really, really digs it and I do to. I say if you go for it, just do an extensive first and she how you do...make sure that you have plenty of neosporin that you can put on the freshly waxed area for about 3 days 2 times a day, a lot of places will also have after care kits to use for about 3-7 days after the waxing (usually costing a little extra but worth it!!). Good luck!!


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