Hair Removal

Now here's a good manly topic....any ideas for the best method of removing bodily hair ?

My better half is keen to wax me but I have reservations.....pain !
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  • Scissors.
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    Take the pain and wax. I done it.


  • How long did the hair stay away for ? Problem is where do you stop ?
  • NessieNessie ✭✭✭
    Yeah, go for waxing. It's not painful at all.












    [guffaw]
  • I just done chest and legs.

    I not even thinking about the back crack and sack!
    AAAAAAAAAAGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHH!

    It does not hurt.
    Well welsh nuts don't feel pain ;-)
  • MuttleyMuttley ✭✭✭
    Back crack and sack?

    <shudder>

    No way. Not ever. Chances of it happening are zilch, zero, nada ... nul.

    Call me a wimp but if I'm hairy I'm hairy.
  • Waxing's the way to go. Yeah, it hurts, but not for long!
  • Was thinking of using that cream you put on and then wipe off 5 mins later, sounds a lot easier?
  • have to ask a girle on that one!

    take the pain!
  • ANY GIRLS ?????


    cream or wax ?

    can you wax those sensitive areas ?
  • Why would you want to do it tho ?
  • wax - creams stink and you get li'l patches where it doesn't work properly. The lady who does me says that the men she waxes are always surprised at how much easier it gets. But do get someone experienced if you're going to go the 'sac' rout - it's very delicate skin there and you don't want .. erm ... your plums falling out of the bag, if you know what I mean.

    ¦oD
  • LOL Jj

    Wax, wax, wax ... the result lasts longer.
  • shave





    your armpits too


  • Won't be doing anything that involves plums falling out of my bag....thanks for the detail.

    Shaving will give you stuble on your chest !

    Defo going to try the wax
  • if you go for the waxing remember the after-care
  • WilkieWilkie ✭✭✭
    I won't try to tell you it doesn't hurt....but it does get less painful next time (and the time after), and the results are much better. Creams are no better than shaving.
  • Didn't know you waxed your chest Wilkie
  • WilkieWilkie ✭✭✭
    Oh - and get it done by a professional. This is not a DIY job.
  • WilkieWilkie ✭✭✭
    Yeah Dave, I had to give up plucking.
  • Now you've got me worried, the girlfriend is offering to do it for me, in fact she seems a bit too keen.

    Just sticking to chest, back etc. you still recommend professional waxing ?
  • Sounds kinky your g/f !
  • Just be careful if she starts buying whips & handcuffs
  • Too late Dave, I've been tied up all weekend...
  • I'm getting epillated at the local college. It's supposed to be permanent removal but it takes a long time to do.

    They push a needle down the side of the follicle and then heat it up to cauterise the blood supply. Then they pull the hair out. As there is no blood supply to the root any more the hair doesn't grow back.

    As i am a yeti on my back I expect it to take several months to get totally hair free!

    BTW, I'm not doing it for running needs, it's so i can get another tattoo that can actually be seen rather than hise it under a mat of hair!
  • WilkieWilkie ✭✭✭
    Unless she really, really knows what she's doing, get it done at a salon.

    It has to be done quickly, in the right way, to minimise the pain and prevent ingrowing hairs when they grow back.
  • I don't understand why anyone would want to go hairless unless their hair was unsightly.

    Having no hair would make me feel like I was 10 again. Maybe she will make you dress up in school unfirom and give you detention.

    Bizarre.
  • "having no hair would me feel like i was 10 again"

    funny that B..thats exactly how hairless women look to me ..although men seem to like it!
  • No... we do that on Sat nights, Tuesday is nurses uniform.

    I want smooth chest so nip tape will stay in place.
  • Im just a poseing Tri-tw*t!
    This is why I like to be silky smooth.
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