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harleyx123
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hey ladies, I need some help on shaving down there!
thank you x
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i recommend not to
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I second that! ^^

Depilatory cream all the way!
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I second that! ^^

Depilatory cream all the way!
okayyy, thank youuuu <33
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i recommend not to
oh. How come ? xx
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hey ladies, I need some help on shaving down there!
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I recommend 1) just don't - don't shave for anyone else but yourself, it isn't disgusting or ugly it's literally how you and any potential partners know that you've had puberty, it's just normal 2) use hair removal cream, and be VERY careful. ask your mother/mother figure for guidance.
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I recommend 1) just don't - don't shave for anyone else but yourself, it isn't disgusting or ugly it's literally how you and any potential partners know that you've had puberty, it's just normal 2) use hair removal cream, and be VERY careful. ask your mother/mother figure for guidance.
okay xx
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oh. How come ? xx
multiple reasons:
the skin is very sensitive so you could get razor burn or cut yourself
it is very itchy when it grows back
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use depilatory creams, don't shave because it's so hard to do it right without getting bumps and itching. Personally I don't think there's the perfect way to shave that doesn't give you razor bumps, I think everyone is different. Only problem with creams is the smell.
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multiple reasons:
the skin is very sensitive so you could get razor burn or cut yourself
it is very itchy when it grows back
okay xx
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You could also just use an electrical trimmer to keep it short, close to skin, it also cuts the hair straight ( not at an angle like the blade) - so it feels soft to touch (unlike regrown short shaved one)
I hate long hair down there, so I keep it under control with my Remington trimmer ; p
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Nair hair removal cream is good. It don't leave cuts and takes all hair off.
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I would honestly invest in a hair removal device, I got mine of amazon for £200 which is pricy but it doesn’t grow back and honestly saves so much time!
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