Learning how to shave your testicles is not too difficult, but the task may be daunting for many men, as sharp objects seem out of place in that area. There are also a couple of steps to shaving; first, you need to trim, and then, once hair is shortened, you may actually begin shaving with the razor. Following is some advice on how to shave your testicles.
- Electric clippers or shaver
- Sharp razor
- Shaving cream
- Plastic bag
- After shave
- Stand over the floor or tub, and put some plastic down. This will help you with the cleanup, as you can wrap up and dispose of hairs easily.
- Start by trimming the area with scissors. Cut any long hairs away, as this will may the trimming and then the actual shaving much easier.
Using electric clippers or any kind of electric shaver, trim the entire area. Be thorough, and get all long hairs out of the way. You may need to grasp your testicles with one hand as you closely trim (shavers and electric shavers can cut hairs down to about 1/4 inch).
- If you want all of the stubble gone, you will need to shave. Apply a comfortable and soothing shaving cream, and use a trusty, sharp razor. Be very careful in doing this step. Hold with one hand, so that the skin is tight and not wrinkled or bunched up, and gently shave with the other. Take your time, and work all over. You may need to wash off the cream and inspect, and then apply some more shaving cream and go over any missed areas on your testicles if you want them shaven very closely. You can shave with the cream around your whole groin area as well, if you want it very tidy.
Rinse off, and apply and after shave, and you are done!
Learning how to shave your testicles can be scary, but it is not too hard. You just need a few products and some time to spend trimming and shaving, as this is one part of your body that you do not want to rush in your grooming of it.
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