It is a question I get asked a lot. “How do you shave your pussy?” “It looks so smooth! What is your secret?” “How do you not get razor burn?” So, I thought I would make a tutorial for those who are curious, as it is something that I am forever answering, and hopefully this tutorial will help you. =^^= Disclaimer: There’s a million billion ways to shave your genitals, and this is just one of those many ways. This is not the one twue way. This is just how I do it.
For starters, my cunt was not always the super smooth vision you see before you. Actually, I used to always trim saying that I “earned” that hair when I hit puberty, and I wanted it because it made me feel like a woman. I would shave my bikini zone, but I just kept the hair itself trimmed. Many people suggested to me that I just put in a landing zone or some other pattern, but (and I know those are popular) I personally am turned off by landing stripes and patterns in genital hair. My personal preference is trimmed, or nothing. My partners? I am 100% fine with them having all the hair they want, or don’t want. Whatever floats their boat.
Shortly after Master collared me, he also told me he wanted my pussy shaved smooth. I didn’t want to, but I did it (without protesting) to please him. The only real issue I had was that, at first – I was a mess! I would nick myself constantly, and I would get awful razor burn which was just terrible! Ingrown hairs, razor burn, irritation – none of that was enjoyable to me. I was so miserable, that Master did his own research, and I am about to impart to you some of the things he had me do which saved my (shaving) life.
Step 1: If you have a full blown bush, before you take a razor to it, be sure to trim the hair down. Don’t try to just shave a full-on bush because that will cause a lot more iritation. If possible, try to trim it down to about a quarter of an inch. Just use a small pair of scissors and be very careful not to cut yourself.
Step 2: You need a high moisturizing shave cream when you’re doing your genitals. You can sometimes get away with a less than optimal shave cream or a lotion when doing your legs, but the genitals need more love and care. I have tried numerous shave creams, and the one that works best for me is Skintimate. It’s a few dollars more than other brands, but it is worth it, I think.
Step 3: It sometimes helps (especially before you get used to shaving) if you can sit in a tub of warm water for fifteen or twenty minutes before you shave. This helps to soften the hair and makes the process easier, but it is by no means mandatory.
Step 4: Get in a comfortable position. For some, that’ll be standing with one foot on the side of the shower lip, for others maybe a foot on the sink will help. I have always sat on the edge of the tub to shave my cooter. Explore and find out what works best for you.
Step 5: Apply your shave cream of choice.
Step 6: Shave. Move in the direction of hair growth, and take short, careful strokes. Rinse the blade frequently and be sure to take your time near the labia. One little note here: the razor choice itself is important, but far more important is the freshness of the razor. Make sure that you don’t use a dull razor, that’s almost a guarantee that you’ll get razor burns. I never use a razor that has shaved me more than three times. Further, if you’re using disposable razors, I would throw those away after a single use.
Step 7: Rinse well, and then pat dry.
Step 8: If you already feel irritation coming in, or you haven’t shaved in a while, I highly recommend a thin layer of bacitracin where you’ve shaved. Do not put Bacitracin on mucous membranes! It is for external use only. I do not know why (though it’s been explained to me that when you get razor irritation, those are very, very minor infections. Whether that is true or not, I couldn’t tell you), but I do know that the Bacitracin is a guarantee for me that I don’t get razor burns. The people I give this trick are always amazed at how perfectly it works!
Lastly – Keep at it. It will be really hard in the beginning, no matter what, but if you keep shaving, eventually your skin will get used to it. Nowadays I rarely get razor burn, and it’s generally only if I do something like, use the wrong shaving cream, or go too long between shaves (like on vacation or something). I usually shave every day, every other day max. If you have razor burn, I highly recommend you let that heal before you try to shave on top of it again. It will get easier with time.