Need shaving advice

Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by Smooth88, Oct 13, 2009.

  1. Smooth88

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    In a couple of weeks there gonna be 99% chance I will be losing my virginity. Before the congratulations I'm deciding to shave my cock and balls for the first time. I'm nervous about hurting myself so shavers what do you do to keep safe?
     
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    I have neither cock nor balls, but would recommend you use hair conditioner as a shaving lube. It softens the hair making it easier to cut and aids the "glide" needed for a comfortable shave!
     
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    Keep it wet and loads of shaving cream and pull your skin tight
     
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    Thanks. I normally trim but I have a lot of hair on the top of my shaft and trimming never gets all of it. and then balls all I have to say is -_-
     
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    In the pubic area just trim it (high risk zone for ingrown hair)... On the shaft and balls shave it... but if you are using a razor... be very careful, around curves esp. balls... Personally I would advice a personal shaver like mangroomer... it can shave really close to you skin w/o cutting/burning and itching and making them smoooooth..... plus you don't want to do it on the D-day... for those just in case mishaps or itching.. use talc to dry if you sweat excessively and a moisturizer(water base non-oily) in minute quantities to dry itchy area...

    An if you have thick or rough or coarse hair.. a conditioner before shaving would definitely help...

    Hope this helps and I hope to join you in the "Done-it" group soon.. NJOI
     
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    I am eagerly awaiting your after action report. I wish you well. Take it easy and enjoy the event.

    Way to go, Jersey!!!
     
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    just make sure to do it as long before as you can, the first time many people get razor burn, which usually goes away after a couple times shaving
     
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    Well my plans went up in smoke.....
     
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