Everyone seems to be shaving their bodies these days. Besides armpits and legs, razors are active on every inch of our bodies. While the latest shaving trends are difficult to keep track of, one thing is clear. Razors have evolved in such a way that there is one for every part of your body, and they all seem to do the job perfectly. It is no longer a case of using a single T-shaped classic razor for all your shaving needs. The traditional razor may increase the risk of cuts and ingrown hairs when shaving areas other than your beard or legs.
The Dos and Don’ts of Shaving Head to Toe
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Use a razor and shave the unwanted hair off your body — pretty simple, right? But thousands of women make a lot of shaving mistakes that cause painful irritation or pesky in grown hairs. There is a right way and a wrong way to shave from head to toe. But many do not have a clue. Summer is here and that means we have to get our legs summer ready. Many of us will be lounging in the sun or we may have a summer holiday planned. Just like the e cigarettes, razor blades and other sharp shaving equipment need to be checked in.
FROM HEAD TO TOE – THE COMPLETE HAIR REMOVAL GUIDE WITH PRICES
Male hair removal is far from being a new phenomenon and has actually been around since ancient times for various reasons, which include religion, hygiene, looks and to improve performance in sport. However there is no doubt that it has become more and more popular and socially acceptable for aesthetic reasons over the past few decades. Body-grooming, also termed "manscaping" is now a booming market with many salons offering male hair removal services and literally hundreds of products available for home use. So, if you are feeling bamboozled by the wide range of options available, look no further and read on for our top to toe guide:.
Head shaving is the practice of shaving the hair from a person's head. People throughout history have shaved all or part of their heads for diverse reasons including practicality, convenience, fashion, style, religion, aesthetics, culture, and punishment. The earliest historical records describing head shaving are from ancient Mediterranean cultures such as Egypt , Greece , and Rome. The Egyptian priest class ritualistically removed all hair from head to toe by plucking it.