Benefits of Shaving Pubic Area Female

Shaving Down There Comes With Benefits

Eliminate Bad Body Odor

In addition, the odor that your pubic hair builds up will be gone. Pubic hair tends to build up a lot of odor normally due to layers of clothing on top of it. It draws in all that hot hair and makes your crotch smell worst than it should. Remove the hair to make your legs smell good. You can also add in some scents to make your private area smell more appealing for the other person wanting to travel between your legs. Apply the best shaving cream for bikini area and remove your odor.

Eliminate Bad Body Odor
Removing body odor helps you feel more confident when wearing bikini

Become Healthier Overall

Become Healthier Overall

Shaving your pubic hair will further prevent you from catching a dirty disease. Pubic hair looks innocent on the outside but its not. That pubic hair can attract debris and bad bacteria at any time. Even, if you wash your pubic hair with soap and water. Your crotch area is still a place that can cause you to become sick in the future. Bad bacteria is not something you want in bed either. You could spread some type of sexually transmitted disease to someone. Making your sex encounters less frequent than you really want. Avoid, by applying some shaving cream on that crotch area and getting rid of the pubic hair.

Increase the Pleasure of Your Intercourse

Also, you can receive above average oral pleasure. Pubic hair tends to prevent you from feeling all the sensation. It blocks about %50 of the sensation you get from oral pleasure. If you want to get the full oral experience, shaving your pubic hair is the way to go. Increase your pleasures in bed and have moments you really want to have when you have the time. Your pubic hair should not stop you from experiencing those moments. Life is short you know and you got to enjoy each little moment that comes to your life.

More acceptable to Society

In some places in society, pubic hair is not consider acceptable. Most women in the United States want women to take care of themselves down there. They don’t want to see women naked that have facial hair growing uncontrollably. Over the years, more people have accepted into the norm that woman having a shaved vagina is a sign of purity and good hygiene. If you don’t want to offend certain people who believe in this ideology, take time to cut your pubic hair to a low level.

Can Convince Men to Think About Oral Pleasure

Believe it or not, most guys are not willing to go down your legs. They think it looks ugly and might be a bad experience. Convince them to change their minds by making your private area clean. Show them a pretty vagina hiding under all that pubic hair and they may give oral a shot. Hey, a pretty image makes the world bend over.

Tutorial for Shaving Your Private Parts

How Much Hair Needs to Come Off

How much you should actually shave is up to what you want. Some people shave their pubic hair according to their lover. They want to match their lover and bond closer to them. You can shave the whole thing to look extra clean or shave a few layers to make your vagina look like a trimmed bush. It’s all about what you think looks good on you. If you don’t know, just try some things out and see what people think about it. See what you think about the look you have too.

Get the Appropriate Razor and Cream

The right razor and shaving cream can go a long way. Starting with the razor, the razor needs to be new and have blades that cut well. Never use razors that are used because your private area is very sensitive to touch. Your face can probably go a few days with the same razor but not your crotch. Next, use the best shaving cream for bikini area that you can find on the market. The shaving cream that gives you the best smoothness and the closest cut. This makes shaving your pubic hair quick and not painful. Also, shaving cream convinces your pubic hair to release it’s tight grip on your skin.

Trim Pubic Hair Before Shaving Completely

Trim your lady parts before starting the shave. This is only recommended for woman who have long pubic hair. The long pubic hair needs a electric clipper to cut it down. Once your pubic hair gets that long, you won’t be able to cut your pubic hair with a razor without hurting your self. The longer your pubic hair grows the stronger it holds on to your private area skin. So, gather some electric clippers and trim that hair off. Don’t need to trim it with the clipper guard off. I am sure trimming your hair with clipper guard 1 will do. Once you the trim is complete, you will be able to shave your pubic hair with a razor 5 times faster.

Shower Before Starting the Shave

There is nothing more relaxing for your pubic hair then a cold shower. Relaxation is what you want for your crotch area because relaxed pubic hair cuts off faster. You don’t want to be pulling and moaning because your pubic hair doesn’t want to come off. If you can’t make the cold shower plan, then alternatively plan to put cold water on your pubic hair before you shave. Make your pubic hair soak in cold water from the shower and fully relax itself so you can get it done as soon.

 Summary

First, go to the bathroom and water your pubic area with cold water. It has to be cold water, so your pubic hair can relax and release it’s grip on your leg skin. Next, apply the shaving cream for bikini area that you can find in the market. If you don’t know how to find the best shaving cream, ask the clerks for information at the store, or call some stores and ask them what the best shaving cream is. Also, perform a little online research. Moving on, you need to apply the shaving cream all around your pubic hair. Get every area where your hair grows. Next, cut pubic hair with razor and your all done.

MY TOP TIPS FOR A TOP SPRING CLEAN

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As someone who works from home, I find it very important that my surroundings are kept clean and tidy as well as being a rather calming environment. All of the furniture in my room is white which design-wise I love, but when it comes to cleaning, a whole lot of dusting is involved. Like I swear, dust can appear within minutes! So whilst I do tend to clean my room on a daily basis, I’m a huge advocate of giving my room a big Spring clean and a whole refresh. I recently posted a few simple tips and tricks when it comes to decorating a room for Spring on a budget, but when I was contacted by House Network in connection with their Spring Detox – I thought I’d share with you some of my tips for a Spring clean.

– First things first, whenever I’m tidying my room I always do it bit by bit. It’s easy to be tempted to move everything out of your room to get it out of the way, but chances are (if you’re like me) you’ll get fed up half way through and end up putting everything back where you last had it leaving it all a bit of a waste. So to combat this I do a corner of my room at a time, maybe a corner of my room for each day and it makes the whole task feel a lot less overwhelming!

– Quite like when I sort out my wardrobe, if I’m sorting out books/DVDs/etc I tend to put everything into three piles – the things I use and want to keep, the things I’m not sure about and the things that I’m happy to give away to charity. Chances are, the things that I’m feeling uncertain about are things I’ve not used for months and are just gathering dust – and if so, I’ll move them over to the charity pile. But if I’m struggling to decide, I’ll put those things aside for a week or so – if I don’t think about them, or use them, or find a place for them, then they go. Simple as really!

– As someone who tends to be rather sentimental, I normally keep a hold of everything that has a memory attached to it – whether that be a good one or a bad one. It’s a real awful habit of mine but I often struggle to let go of negative events that have happened in the past and I often hang on to those feelings attached to them. It’s something I’m working on, but something that has really helped has been getting rid of items which remind me of things I need to let go of.

– Once I’ve chosen everything that I want to keep, I’ll then start putting things back on the shelves, one by one. It can take a little time to arrange things how I like, but often I find things looking cluttered and if so, I begin the process again of sorting out the three piles based on what items I’m left with.

What are your top tips when it comes to spring cleaning?

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MY 2015 FAVOURITES: EYES

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It’s that time of the year again, where I talk about my favourite makeup products of the year. In 2014 I posted them all in one giant post but I decided to do something a little differently this year and I’ll be splitting them up to eyes, lips, base and everything else (i.e. everything non-beauty product related). And first up is my favourite, all about the eye makeup.

Starting off with palettes, there’s been one that has really stuck out to me this year – the Lorac Pro Palette 2. I’m lucky to own the original Lorac Pro Palette too (which I mentioned in last year’s favourites, coincidentally!) and whilst that is one of my favourites, there’s something about this one which I love all that bit more. Maybe it’s the colours themselves, but I’ve never seen a palette quite like it shade-wise. My favourites have to be Nectar, which is a terracotta-peach matte, Cool Gray, a warm gray (ironically) matte and Rose which is a rose gold shimmer as the name would suggest. The formula of these is incredible, highly pigmented and they blend like a dream – so if I were to suggest one thing for people to try out, it would certainly be this. I know it’s practically impossible to get a hold of in the UK but if you get the opportunity, it’s well worth picking up!

Speaking of eyeshadows, I’m normally one to favour palettes due to the handiness of them but there are two single eyeshadows that I’ve been reaching for a lot this year; an old favourite and the other a relatively recent find of mine. One that’s been hiding in the back of my makeup collection for as long as I can remember is MAC eyeshadow in Amber Lights which I’d describe as a bright copper shimmer. I’ve always been a little hesitant on how to wear it but this past year it’s become a real staple for me and on days when I’m feeling lazy, it’s a great for a wash of colour all over the lid, or even just blended into the crease. I tend to have my eye makeup as the focal point each day, so there’s nothing more I love than a daytime smokey eye. A Kiko store recently opened up in Newcastle so a little browse was totally necessary and that’s where I picked up this single shadow in 175 Dove Gray. I’d not heard much about their formulas so I wasn’t sure what to expect but I’ve been really pleasantly surprised with this one in particular, as it’s dark grey matte finish is perfect for when I’m wanting to smoke out an eye look. I think it can be quite difficult to find a colour like this that doesn’t have any shimmer to it, but alas I’ve found the answer – and it’s buttery formula makes it super easy to blend.

In terms of brows, I’m still a bit rubbish with them and struggle most days to make them look presentable. However, using the Maybelline Color 24 Hour Tattoo in Permanent Taupe has been an absolute life-saver for me the past 12 months. Applied with an angled brush, I lightly brush this through my brows to add that little more shape and definition (as mine are really fine) as part of my daily makeup routine. I do have to be quite careful I don’t go overboard, because crispy brows, but the colour is a great match for me as it’s very cool toned. Plus it’s very afforable which is a great plus.

When it comes to eyeliners and mascaras, I don’t tend to buy them very often. And when I do, I’ll use them up until the very end. Mascara-wise, when I received this Benefit They’re Real Mascara in Brown I was slightly unsure whether I’d get much wear from it as I tend to favour quite dramatic eyelashes on a daily basis. However, I’ve really been enjoying using it over the past few months as it’s great for those days when I’m favouring a bolder lip. I find it a little uncomfortable to apply, but the result is well worth it. I’m normally very much of a quick swipe of liquid eyeliner and go kind of girl, however at the start of the year I had one of those No7 vouchers to spend (we all know the ones) so I treat myself to the No7 Stay Perfect Shade and Define in Coffee Bean. I’d describe the shade as being a deep chocolate brown with some glitter running through it. Primarily an eyeshadow stick I prefer to use this along my upper lash line blended out to create a smokey daytime look. I find the shade really complements my eye colour and I’ll certainly be picking up more to try in the new year!

So what are your eye makeup favourites? Anything you think I should give a go?

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