How To Shave Big Hairy Balls

Knowing how to shave big hairy balls is something men think about when they want to get a little action down below from their woman. Women tend to like a smooth groin area before they give a little extra testicle love. Women don’t like to get hair in their teeth or a hairy texture on their tongues from big hairy testicles.

To shave big hairy balls, you will need:

  • Razor
  • Moisturizing lotion
  • Shaving gel
  • Mirror
  • Friend to help with hard to reach areas (optional)
  1. Preparation. Prepare the testicles balls to be shaved by soaking in a bath tub or taking a long shower. The hair will be much easier to shave off and will be less traumatic to the skin.
  2. Shaving. Apply shaving gel to the testicles. Pull skin taunt and begin shaving in the direction of the hair, making long, smooth strokes. Continue shaving until you get to the area that is harder to see. If you want, ask a friend to help you out or place your leg on the edge of the tub with a mirror angled on the floor so you can see the backside of your testicles. Reapply shaving gel if needed and begin shaving the back the same way you did the front.
  3. Rinse and repeat. Once you are done shaving, rinse the testicles well. Repeat if needed. Once completed, liberally apply a moisturizing lotion. This will help prevent the balls from getting razor burn and help calm the itching a bit. You testicles will itch on around the second day once the hair begins to re-grow. 



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