Skip navigation! Story from Beauty. Three months ago, my coworker turned me on to a safety razor after listening to me bitch about ingrown hairs for far too long. After I gave up waxing about a year ago both for financial and holy-shit-that's-painful reasons , I began suffering from ingrown hairs along my bikini line. So I got hooked up with a single-blade safety razor, and figured everything would come up roses. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case.
Here's Everything You Need To Know About Shaving Your Pubic Hair
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First things first: There's no one right way to deal with pubic hair. You can leave it how it grows, shave it into a shape, wax it off completely, trim it a little bit, or something else entirely — it's all fine. At the end of the day, how you decide to handle your body including your pubic hair! That being said, if you do decide to alter your pubic hair in some way, you want to be armed with the right tools and info to avoid getting any nicks, bumps, or razor burn down there. Read on for expert tips on how to shave your pubic hair and answers to all your questions about grooming down there. We get it.
How to Shave Pubic Hair Without Getting Razor Burn
All products featured on Teen Vogue are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. If you're wondering how to shave pubic hair, you're not alone. There's noticeably less info out there for shaving down there than there is about shaving other body hair.
Your comprehensive guide on how to get a smooth, razor bump-free finish — if that's your thing. While shaving is the most affordable way to remove hair from your pubic area, there's a right way of doing it to get a super smooth and razor bump-free finish. But before getting into the nitty-gritty of how to shave your public area, let's set the record straight: there's no medical reason to remove your pubic hair. What you do and don't do to your body hair is entirely your choice and varies from person to person.