Learning how to trim your pubic hair might be the secret to getting your girl to adore your genitals. Males may not remove their pubic hair for a number of reasons. Pubic hair that covers the genitals can be a turnoff, it can also make it difficult to stay ahead of pubic area odor. The pubic area is very sensitive to hair removal and will take a lot of patience, but only a little know how to do so.
You will need the following:
- A battery operated beard trimmer or an electric hair cutting kit
- Masking tape
- A dry rag
- Preparation. Unlike your beard, you cannot trim your pubic hair when it is wet. You might have difficulty keeping your penis out of the way at first, so tape it upward against your body or leg. You may have to run the tape all the way around your waist. This is very important.
- Trimming. If you've never trimmed your pubes before or if it's been a while since you have, start with your scrotum. Determine the cutting guard that you will need by running each one through the scrotum hair. After you have chosen a guard for your trimmer or clippers, from a standing position pull the scrotum down very gently and cut the hair in the same direction that it grows, that's usually straight downward. When you are done, pat the scrotum very gently with the rag to knock off any excess hair and inspect your work. If you are satisfied, take the tape off of your penis and do the same with the hair around the pubic bone and penis.
- Precautions. Take your time, you must be very patient when trimming your pubic hair. You may even want to do your scrotum one day and your pubic bone area and penis on another.
Remember, patience is the key to successfully trimming your pubic hair.
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