Is there really a chic and modern pubic hair style? Don’t let this surprise you, but yes, and not just one I can tell you. In fact, the demand for a fashionable pubic hair hairstyle is the most common. There was a time when private shaving was only done if you were going to operate or give birth, but now the operating room is not the reason why it is the bedroom. Most women said in a recent survey that they have sought to dye, shape and style to please their partner.
Pubic hair styles are becoming as important as the hair on the head. Popular designs are the runway, heart shape, and triangle head. Aside from these in particular, we have the less mainstream like lightning bolt, diamond shape or whatever you have in mind. If you are inflexible and have considered this to be for you, choose the design carefully because once the style has started there is no going back. It has happened many times after being cut, trimmed and combed that the woman does not like, but sadly the damage is done and cannot be undone. Correction can only occur when hair grows back. Make sure you know what you want; Go through the images over and over again until you are firm and satisfied with a specific choice.
Design styles and descriptions:
Natural: no trimming or maintenance
Trimmed: hair length is shortened without shaping
Triangle: Side hair is removed in a triangle so that pubic hair cannot be seen while wearing a bikini. This can range from the tiny edge of the “bikini line” to a reduction of up to an inch on either side.
Landing Strip Style: Hair is pulled sharply from the sides to form a centered long vertical rectangle, about a quarter inch long
Brazilian hair removal / G wax: pubic hair is completely removed except for a remaining, centered, narrow strip above the vulva approximately one inch in size and hair length in the range of one centimeter
Full Style – Brazilian / Hollywood / Nude – Full Elimination
More styles: V-shaped, heart-shaped, arrow, initials, etc. These are usually variations of the Brazilian / G-Wax where a pattern of pubic hair is formed above the completely bare vulva.
Pubic hair is defined as hair in the genital area. Dying this can have serious complications if you don’t know what you are doing. The genital region needs to be treated with great care. It is quite alarming the number of women who stain their parts and are unaware of the risk they are running. There is no true product that was created for the purpose of coloring pubic hair. Despite the potential risk and caveats, men and women still color there.
The most common color treated is gray, where both genders seek to dye their pubes back to their natural color, or just generally for a change. Do you have gray genital hair that you would like to return to its natural color? If so, let’s see the best and safest way to do it. Always follow hair dye instructions accordingly to help prevent possible skin irritation in your genital area. If you have an allergic reaction to a particular product you are using, stop the process and rinse off the colorant immediately. Do not try to retest the product a second time.
Below is a guide you should follow, however one that should not be endorsed without speaking to an expert first. Skin irritation, infections, or other problems can occur, so this is a good reason to check for this.
1. Buy the hair color product that best represents the natural color of your pubic hair.
2. The hair underneath is usually a shade deeper than the natural color of the head. Choose a hair color that is a shade deeper than what you would choose for the head.
3. Perform a skin patch test to detect an allergic reaction. Some women who stain regularly may have had a test done, but a separate test should also be done as we are now dealing with genital skin. Trying to dye your pubic hair without doing it first is not worth the risk.
4. Before using your hair product: use a small amount of petroleum jelly to coat the inner skin of your genitals. Avoid getting petroleum jelly on ready-to-color hair.
5. Wear gloves.
6. Mix hair color according to instructions.
7. Add an equal amount of moisturizing shampoo to the hair solution.
8. Mix hair color and shampoo until completely blended.
9. Generously apply dye to pubic hair. Avoid rubbing the solution on your skin. It is also important not to allow any solution to penetrate the sensitive internal genital areas.
10. Leave to act for 10 to 30 minutes. First time dyeing should start at the low end (10-20 minutes) of the suggested wait time.
11. If the color is unsatisfactory on your first try, please try again in about 7 days. Allow sufficient time between new processes.
12. This procedure is fairly safe to use on men’s chest hair, however, it is not ideal for eyebrows or eyelashes. These must be carried out by the hand of an expert (cosmetologist).
13. A root touch-up kit provides just the right amount of hair color. The kit will include or should include an applicator brush to be used before the hand brush.
Sea Breeze astringent is good for removing hair color from the skin. Talk to your pharmacist about this when buying your hair color. Although coloring at home is convenient, it is not always safe, so be careful and consult your doctor. I suppose you are wondering why speak to your GP because, after all, you are only coloring your pubic hair. Yes, we know, but it is the doctor you will need if you have problems. The safest way to dye hair around private parts is at a salon, however there is still no 100% guarantee that you will not suffer if the actual process is not to your liking.