By Jill Foster for the Daily Mail. Photographer Ian Meeson is definitely what you might call 'a leg man'. Never mind what he goes for in a woman, the year-old is one of a growing number of chaps who shave, wax and even laser their legs because they hate being hirsute. Worse, my hair changes colour all over my body. My chest hairs are blond and wiry and my leg hairs are orange.
My Dad Taught Me How to Shave My Legs
We Asked 20 Women: How Do You Feel About Men With Shaved Legs?
Disobedient StepDaughter. Part One. My husband's daughter, Susan, lives with us. Normally, that would not be a problem, except that Susan just turned eighteen and doesn't want to work.
Some Men Shave Their Legs but We Are All Going to Be Okay
Grab your exorcism kits, fellow women: some sort of terrible deamon has found its way into the heart of at least five British men, who are now shaving their legs because they think it looks nice and feels nice and is a pretty okay thing to do. This is according to a fairly baffled Daily Mail article that was very clearly composed with a thesaurus. This investigation finds a surprising uptick in the amount of male humans looking to banish the hair from their long strolly-bits, which the author labels as a "troubling trend.
If you hardly shave your love tackle, then you're really missing out on one of life's little pleasures. Most men are not accustomed to manscaping and may be nervous about taking a razor to such a sensitive area of the body; it's a lot easier than you think, and the risk of cutting yourself is minimal if you just follow the rules. This is the most comprehensive and procedural guide you'll find on this subject, based on years of research, experience, trial, and error. With the razor, you can achieve a very smooth, close shave with some time and effort, while the body groomer is easier but perhaps less smooth.