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If you've been shaving your vaginal area, then you already have some idea of what's involved. But maybe you're not completely satisfied with the results. Perhaps these suggestions will help you as well as those who are just starting vagina shaving.
For many females, the vaginal area becomes ultra sensitive, just before, during and after their menstrual cycle.
SUGGESTION: If you're aware of this, you can limit irritations if you wait to do your vagina shaving until this period peak has passed.
Many females have seriously injured themselves attempting vagina shaving when they weren't fully awake. You definitely need your wits about you when you're placing a sharp blade against this sensitive area. Besides, while you're sleeping, the skin becomes somewhat bloated with fluids, which makes your skin puffy. This makes it harder for your razor to get a close shave.
SUGGESTION: If you wait 20-30 minutes after waking before shaving, your skin will be more taut and you'll be able to get a cleaner, closer shave.
Many females have also seriously injured themselves attempting vagina shaving when they weren't totally straight.
SUGGESTION: If you've altered your natural state in any way, vagina shaving should be done at another time.
You need your razor's blade to be as sharp as possible and you need to be able to see your vagina when you're shaving.
SUGGESTION: Always trim long pubic hairs down to a stubble with scissors or a hair trimmer, not your razor, before shaving your vagina.
The best position for vaginal shaving is reputedly while in the tub or shower with one leg up, supported by something that isn't slippery. But some females find it easier to reach all of the vaginal area while seated on a toilet.
Moisturizing your skin and hair will make vaginal shaving much easier.
SUGGESTION: If you're not able to take a long, hot shower or bath, at least apply a warm cloth over your vaginal area for several minutes.
Dry skin means dead cells are on the surface and these will be scraped into the hair follicles, (from which hairs grow), as you're shaving. Dry hair is tough and pubic hair is coarse, a bad combination. Which means these hairs will more often break while you're shaving. And both of these results will definitely cause severe skin irritations.
SUGGESTION: Apply a generous amount of a good lubricant, allow it to sit for several minutes and then make sure there's always plenty of it as you're shaving your vagina.
As stated earlier, you need your shaving blade to be as sharp as possible. A dull blade is the number one cause of skin irritations because it will pull on the follicles and only tear the hairs.
SUGGESTION: ALWAYS make sure you use a fresh, clean blade every time you shave your vagina. And rinse the blade after each stroke.
If you start by shaving against the direction your vaginal hair grows, you'll create more pulling of the follicles and tearing of the hairs, and consequently, irritations.
SUGGESTION: Always start your vaginal shaving at the the back, do the sides and then the front WITH the way your vaginal hair grows. Once you have the bulk of the hairs removed, THEN you can shave against the way the hair grows. This will give you the clean, close and smooth shave you're wanting, without aggravating the skin so much.
Many people believe if you press down while you're shaving or shave over the same area repeatedly, you'll get a closer, smoother shave. Truth is, you'll only get razor burns, rashes and bumps that may even turn into ingrown hairs that become infected.
SUGGESTION: Take special care not to apply too much pressure or shave the same area repeatedly.
Shaving the hairs just inside the larger, outer lips can be tricky, but it really needs to be done to make your vaginal shaving complete.
SUGGESTION: Gently pull and flatten this looser skin taut with one hand as you slowly draw the razor across with the other.
SUGGESTION: BE CAREFUL!