It’s a bit taboo to talk about the hair “down there”, but let’s face it …
Having a neatly groomed bikini area is an important part of your feminine presentation!
In this article, I’m going to share my best bikini hair removal tips for crossdressers and MTF transgender women.
The most common bikini hair removal options include:
- Using a depilatory cream
Waxing offers the longest lasting results. You can either purchase a do-it-yourself kit or get a professional wax.
I recommend going to a salon if possible. (Do-it-yourself waxing is difficult and painful if you don’t know what you’re doing.) Most big cities offer male waxing, so you shouldn’t have any issues finding this service.
Using a Depilatory Cream
Using a depilatory cream is a great option for the bikini area since it’s virtual painfree. Just keep in mind that depilatories should never be applied directly to the genital area.
Shaving is a fast and easy bikini hair removal option – though there are definitely some tricks to shaving this area.
Here are 4 tips for shaving your bikini hair:
- Trim first. To avoid clogging up your razor, use a scissors to trim your hair before you shave.
- Use the right razor. The bikini area is tricky to navigate, so use a razor especially designed for this purpose. I recommend Noxzema Bikini Shavers or the Philips Norelco Bodygrooming System.
- Avoid irritation. Use a shaving cream for sensitive skin. Go slow and avoid shaving over the same area repeatedly as this can lead to razor burn.
- Avoid ingrown hairs. The bikini area is especially prone to ingrown hairs, which is NOT a sexy look. Exfoliate daily using a loofah or washcloth to prevent ingrown hairs.
Now let’s hear from you …
As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts! Take my Bikini Hair Poll and leave me your comments below! (Just remember to keep it PG-13, please.)
P.S. Now that you’ve got the hair “down there” taken care of, let’s talk about the more visible aspects of your image!
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I have used both creams and razor over the last few years. I find razors were the easiest but the cream hair removers leave the skin smoother longer. I would love to have laxor treatments and have it removed permenently, but ther isn’t a place near wher I live and the cost is still very high.
Hi all ladies
I am lucky , not much hair on my body , thank you for that. To me the hair down there , all have to go . Smooth is the answere.
The only hair on my body is on my head , long and thik.
I have found hair removal spray by feet to be good, spray on before showering, it takes about 2 min to start working you can even get your back, then loffer off, moisturize after. i do it once every 4 to 6 weeks. hair growth slows down.
I do have to agree taking all the hair off is so much more sexy I have tried a few ways and shaving is working best I does take time but is painless I nam going to try laser the ones you see on TV and with luck I should have a hair free body oh to be born female
PS Did you know that we all started off life as females mmmm what went wrong lol
SMOOTH AS A BABIES IS THE ONLY WAY AND THE SEX IS SOOOO GOOD
It’s not that taboo!!
And maybe I’m lucky (?) but I never had a “jungle” down there to begin with. I’ve shaved to leave a small landing strip but do get small nicks sometimes from being a bit over zealous with the razor. I prefer depilatory cream – BUT avoid the “more sensitive” areas with that stuff!
For any razor burns or soreness, use Aloe Vera.
I have kept myself completely shaved for years not and just love the look and the feel.
Lucille’s advise is spot on target… and I’ve been using a similar method for some time. I do use a Gillette MACH3 razor right after the shower… and I’m very sparing of how many stokes because I do have razor irritation… those little red bumps… if I stoke to much with the razor. Easy to get nicked also… so be careful. I also found you need to maintain it… every other day or so… or the stubble appears and it can get very irritated… and itchy.
But… to me this makes me feel so sensual… and feminine. It does increase the sensitivity… dramatically… at least for me… LOL.
You use a March3 razor? Boy you are brave! Men’s razors were designed for a different type of shaving. No wonder you are getting all those nicks. Trust me I know. I once treed my March3 razor on my pubes and it was hell. I purchased a pack of Schick Slim Twin (ST2) and they do a whole lot better. I don’t even nick myself anymore.
My understanding is that men’s razors have the blades set at a slightly different angle than women’s. Give then a try but buy some good quality razors. The ones I mentioned above Re fairly cheap and you get 12 per pack.if you chose to buy any other razors, I would suggest buying Gillette razors.