Collection: Manscaping Pubic Area


For some guys, manscaping pubes can be a bit of a… tender subject. Your choices here are informed by a couple of considerations, like hygiene and practicality, but for most guys, it’s simply a matter of comfort.

That, and looking good. So, where to begin? We’d suggest starting out conservatively, because the skin around your pubic region is highly sensitive (but you knew that) and it’s a good idea to proceed with some caution here.

First, identify what it is you actually want. Do you simply want to keep things a little shorter and less crowded, or do you want to do a little creative shaping? Or, in the interests of simplicity, do you just want to shave right down for a no-fur option?

Whichever it is, always start out with the right equipment – especially when you can’t afford to risk a nick or cut where you’d rather not have one. Investing in some good quality manscaping products is a game changer here, trust us. At the very least, you’ll need a body hair clipper and an electric razor.

Here's the drill:

· Make sure the hair you’re working on is wet or damp. It’ll be softer, easier to cut cleanly, and will incur less wear and tear on your clippers and razor.
· Where you need to, make sure you protect or fold away those, er, tender bits that might accidentally get in the way. Manscaping pubic hair has to be a careful process.
· Clip and shave in the direction of hair growth (with the grain), and then in the opposite direction to get as smooth a finish as possible.
· If you don’t want to go down to the skin, but rather just want to reduce hair volume, use one of the graded combs on your clipper to establish a uniform length – and then clip away. You can use the razor to shape or curtail the areas you’re working on for a neater finish.
· When you’re done, apply some soothing lotion or gel to ensure you don’t incur skin irritation, especially if you’ve gone ultra-short or right down to the skin.

Remember to always coat your clipper and razor teeth with a light film of machine oil after use, and after drying them thoroughly. This prevents rust and helps keep them sharp.

So – manscaping pubes isn’t a difficult operation, but definitely one that requires a bit of care and practice.