Manscaping the groin calls for some caution, but it’s simple enough. Start with the key steps below:
1. Begin with some basic shaving prep. Before manscaping, shower, dry off, cool down and have a quick comb through the hair to remove any knots.
2. Make the work easy for your trimmer (and yourself). Pull skin taut, and trim first with the direction of hair growth, then against. A well-placed mirror will help.
3. Take care. Manscaping the groin is a serious business. Take your time. Use short, light strokes, and avoid very sensitive areas. Don’t go over the same place too often.
4. Use a trimmer designed for manscaping. It’ll make life easier. If you’re on the look out for a suitable tool for manscaping, get a body groomer with a pivoting head if possible: this will help with hard-to-reach areas. Adjustable length settings make it infinitely easier to achieve a fade down from your treasure trail, essential if you’re aiming for a natural look.
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