How To: Groom your pubic hair

This is a topic that gets a lot of attention. Want to get rid of your pubic hair? Make sure you don't jump for the razor just yet. Waxing, electrolysis, shaving: they're all options. To best avoid in-grown hairs, razor burn and keep your bikini groomed for more time-- she recommends waxing!

How To: Shave your private parts for men

If you're looking for some manscaping tips, this how-to video is for you. Learn the tips and tricks to go smooth down there and impress the ladies. Be careful, follow the steps and you too can trim the grass and make the tree look larger. So if you want to shave your private parts, look no further.

How To: Shave pubic hair for men

The pubic area is a very, very tricky area, when trying to shave and so in this video, Dan and Jennifer from Ask Dan and Jennifer try to supply some useful tips and tricks for this delicate operation. First, you need the proper tools. These include, Dan and Jennifer say, a good electric trimmer, a razor that's not a straight razor and of course shaving cream. Secondly, always use the trimmer and then razor on the surrounding pubic hair, not the main area, first. Third, you want to go, from ar...

How To: Shave Pubic Hair for Women

Many women may be curious about removing their pubic hair. Taking it all off can make you feel more confident and open. You will need either razors or wax; this video uses razors and shaving cream and gives you tips on selecting the perfect razor. It is worth it to spend the money on a better razor because it will last a lot longer than a cheap disposable razor and it will benefit your skin. After your razors begin to get dull you will need to start using a new one as you will be more prone t...

How To: Create a DIY hair removal wax with honey and sugar

Hairy sisters of the world don't have it easy, and we feel your pain. From plucking those pesky toe hairs to seeing your threader on a twice monthly basis, getting rid of the bushiness that is your body is one big pain in the ass...and wallet. If you're paying for enough hair removal treatments to rival Big Foot, save some money by making your own hair removal wax.

How To: Use sugar wax to remove arm hair naturally

In this video, sugaring specialist Anjali teaches us how to use sugar wax, which is a natural and slightly more gentle alternative to normal wax, to remove unsightly arm hair. Composed only of three ingredients, sugar, water, and lemon juice, sugar wax removes hair without drying skin out like normal waxes.

How To: Prevent razor burn and ingrown hairs when shaving

In this video, which is another installment of Masc Minute, we learn about razor burns, and how to prevent and treat razor burns. One thing is that you don't want to be using a dull razor. As soon as your razor is done, throw it out, because that will definitely irritate your skin. You also want to use a good shaving cream that will protect your skin. But something you can do to help treat razor burns specifically is using a post-shave repair product. The product recommended in this video is ...

How To: Shape your eyebrows with a straight razor

Shaving is a pain free alternative to plucking and waxing your eyebrows. This hair removal tutorial teaches you how to shape and arch your eyebrows using a straight razor. This method is a bit dangerous because you have a straight razor so close to your eye, so please use caution when attempting this method. With this how to video and a bit of practice you will be able shape your eyebrows with a straight razor.

How To: Make a homemade sugaring paste to remove hair

Unlike typical waxing, which strips your skin of vital moisture, causing inflammed and dry, itchy skin as well as ingrown hairs, sugaring is a slightly more gentle way of removing hair. Because of the fact that it's all natural, made generally of sugar, water, and lemon juice, it irritates skin less because there are no artificial ingredients and harsh chemicals.

How To: Get Rid of Shaving Bumps

How To Get Rid of Shaving Bumps Many people don't know how to get rid of shaving bumps consistently. They have success for a while, only to see the bumps reappear. To be successful long term, you need to have the right techniques at your disposal. Below, you will learn some of these techniques and the products you can use in conjunction.

How To: Shave your legs

Our shaving expert, Sabrina Bow, will show you the proper way to shave your legs, leaving your skin soft and sexy. Get tips on how to prepare your skin before you shave, how to use shaving gel, how to choose a razor, moisturizer tips—and more important techniques for getting the best possible result.

How To: Shave when you're starting out

This is a very quick and simple tutorial on how to shave using a disposable razor bought from a store. You have to begin by taking whatever kind of shaving cream you have and applying it to the area you want to shave. In this video tutorial, it will be applied to the lower face for a clean and neat shave. When applying the shaving cream make sure to rub it in completely and make it a nice thick lather and then turn on the hot water on your sink. Run the blade under hot water until the blade i...

How To: Wax your own upper lip

You can remove upper lip hair easily and safely in a few minutes. You must clean the upper lip first remove the oil and makeup. Put a small amount of wax on your hand using a flat wooden stick to test the wax temperature. Hold your skin towards your ear and apply a small amount of wax downward to one side of the lip. Place strip over the wax and press gently a few times. Remove the strip upwards removing the hair. Repeat as necessary. Do the same procedure with the other side of the lip. Remo...

How To: Trim your beard

Unless you're actively going for that caveman look, it's a good idea to keep your beard in good trim. Otherwise, good luck finding a decent loincloth and club these days. . . You will need a beard in need of trimming, a mirror, a pair of barber's scissors, a wide toothed beard comb, an electric beard trimmer with guard attachment, a razor and some water. If you are using the beard trimmer, you don't need the comb - just set the trimmer's guard attachment to cut the least amount of hair possib...

How To: Use Hair Removal Creams

It's just a fact that hairy legs on women are not the most attractive. From razors to lasers, hairy legs can be a thing of the past. Hairy legs are some of the hardest parts to deal with because they're so visible all the time. Whether you want to rid yourself of prickly leg hair or just simply hide it, there are always solutions for your hairy legs. Shaving is of course the most common way of removing leg hair. It's relatively quick and easy, and once it's built into your routine you don't e...

How To: Replace the motor drive assembly in a Braun electric mens shaver (8583)

If the motor in your Braun electric shaver (Model # 8583) isn't working anymore, you'll probably need to replace it. But most of you will probably just junk the shoal mens shaver. And you don't have to— because you can fix it yourself! Just pick up a replacement motor drive assembly (Part # 7030-244) wherever they're sold, online or in stores. Then follow along with this video to see how to disassemble the Braun shaver and switch the motor assemblies.

How To: Shave your face without clips

In this video from wheezywaiter we learn how to shave your face and trim your beard the right way. First take your shirt off and grab your razor. He uses the nude razor, meaning he does not put any clips on it. Scruff your beard so it all sticks out. Then with your razor, run it lightly along the surface of the beard. You have more control over it this way because you are not using one of those unpredictable clips. Throw away the clips because the best method to trimming your beard is just us...

How To: Trim a beard

In this video from livestrong, Joe Ann Ganci, a barber, teaches how to trim a beard. On a goatee use a smaller clipper. With a comb, clean up the edges of whatever is hanging out. Comb it to the side and make a nice clean line underneath and along the edges. There are several different clippers you can use depending on how thick the beard is. Make sure your edging is nice and make sure the length is right. If you don't want to take too much off of the beard or goatee, you put a bigger blade o...

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