Growing numbers of guys are now choosing to take their manscaping routines one step further by removing their leg hair, too. In fact, plenty of swimmers and cyclists also like to remove their leg hair as a way of boosting their athletic performance. And, of course, removing your leg hair makes removing any plasters much easier after an injury, making any cycling-related mishaps slightly less painful to manage, helping you to get back to your best in no time at all. Have a shower or bath to get your skin ready for the razor.
4 Twentysomething Men Explain Why They Shave Their Pubic Hair
What's the best way to shave your balls?
The other day a curious question was presented to me: Many women shave their vaginas, so should their hairy-balled boyfriends shave their junk in solidarity? Does shaving your balls make you a better feminist? It was a delightful question. Then I remembered that I had laser hair removal done. Shit, I thought. But here are two reasons you should considered shaving those bad boys.
Seriously — ball shaving is a national obsession. For starters, make the whole process easier by trimming hairs back a little with the help of a body hair trimmer, beard trimmer or — if you've a steady hand, nerves of steel or a pack of Beta Blockers handy — a pair of scissors. This will make the hairs much easier to shave with your razor.
Don't get me wrong: Courtesy trims are above-board. Light manscaping, I can rally behind. No one likes an overgrown bush you have to navigate through blindly to get to the goods. Put the razor away!