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When it comes to the hair down there, we’re all different.
Some girls have a sparse little patch, while others tend to have a bit of a
jungle. Keeping it neat and clean isn’t as difficult as you might think.
With thick hair, it’s difficult to shave with a safety razor
straight away. I recommend grabbing a small pair of sharp scissors and carefully
giving yourself a trim. There’s nobody there to say how much or how little you
should snip, so do what feels and looks right to you. Thinning it out with
scissors might be enough to make you comfortable, but if you do decide to
shave, go slowly. A shaving cream or gel will make it much easier, as will a
fresh blade on your razor.
BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 6/7/2013 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN should I shave down there, puberty, hair problems, body hair 101
A person should change their shampoo every six months because the hair will get used to it and does not get clean.