Hairless for my master

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  1. Leather Snap

    Leather Snap New Member

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    not entirely sure if this belongs here...

    I was recently introduced to the world of BDSM and I have a mater who's willing to train me from scratch. However, he insists on me being smooth and hairless. I've tried shaving my legs and public area before but with in a day, it's usually started growing back, causing a lot of itching in the process.

    I'm wondering if anyone has any advice or knows an easier way
  2. sluttysub

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    Welcome to the site, we're glad to have you! :)

    For your pubic area, you could try applying baby oil after shaving, this really helps with the itchiness and red bumps. For everything else, you could try using Veet. It's a hair removal cream that takes the hair of easily, keeps you smooth and the hair grows back a bit slower, so you won't be having to shave every day. I don't know if they have it for pubic hair, but if they do, this may also be a way to go. Don't use in that area though until you've tried it out on another part of the body. Some people find they are sensitive to the chemicals. (Although I and and others I know absolutely love it!) Good luck and I hope this helps! :)
  3. sebastian

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    Once your pubic area gets used to being shaved, it will calm down and stop giving you the redness and bumps you're probably experiencing. Use some sort of shaving cream to lubricate when you shave--even plan old bar soap will help a little, but a cream will be better. Do maintenance shaving every day--it usually reduces the reaction. I find that shaving in the shower helps a little, because the steam softens the skin a little.

    Shaving every day is work, but that's part of why your master is requiring it. It disciplines you to follow his rules even when he's not around and reminds you that his pleasure comes first

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    I agree with the baby oil; I used to be really itchy and bumpy until I started applying some afterwards, and now it's much more comfortable :)

    You might find some more ideas or advice in this thread...
  5. Sparrow69

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    definitely baby oil, preferably one with aloe.

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    My Mistress just shaved as a surprise for me the other day. It is hot! I am going to show her this. She just shaved in the shower with shaving cream. No aftercare that I know of. This will help.

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    Stop shaving and get an epilator. Not the chemical, but the machine. They're pricey but sooooooo worth it. Unless you can't handle pain, in which case, ignore this post entirely.
  8. Martello

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    Just out of curiosity i googled epilator machines. holy friggen crap they look painful as shit. no matter how prettied up they were they just look likesomething made to chew wood
  9. Darktruth

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    My eyes watered at the mere sight of those epilator machines. :eek: I know I have a really low pain threshold but they looked like they were meant to cause pain first and anything else was a bonus. Lol.

    Just out of interest, how has it been coming along Snap? Has any of the advice helped or is it too early to tell? :D
  10. SubAnna

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    You could also try waxing.. Once you get the hang of it, it is easy and reasonably quick considering that you dont have to do it very often. At the same time the hairs grow back a little less obvious - i have waxed my legs for the past 5 years and I found that even if i let the hair grow they are barely visible.
    A disadvantage though is that sometimes you may have to let it grow a little bit in order to be able to wax it. Im not sure if this is also the case for an epilator?
    And then ofc. there is the aspect of pain.. I dont think it is painful to wax my legs, but the pubic area.. That is a different story.. That hurts quite a bit - again this is just my experience and people are different. But unless you are tough, have a high threshold for pain or just like pain I would not recommend you to start with that area. I do it from time to time, and the results are awesome.. But it does hurt.
    However, the legs are easy to wax as it is an easy area to apply the wax on, and it doesnt hurt.. Kind of stings a little, but I have never found it to be as painful as I thought it would be.. And it is not like i have some incredibly high threshold for pain or anything :)

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    On the subject of waxing...

    My mistress hates body hair. I don't blame her, I don't like it either. I also hate shaving. I'm forced to shave my facial hair for my job, but as for my chest it has never been shaved. Mistress loves putting her head on my chest, but the hair is a problem for her. Its not a lot of hair, but enough for her to be bothered by. She wants to wax it. I told her I am fine with that, but I'm a little scared about the pain. I can take a lot of pain (For a punishment she hit me with the belt until I could barely stand up) so I'm sure I will be fine, just nervous I guess.

    Is there anything we can do before waxing to help? Also would it be the same aftercare as pubic shaving with baby oil?

    Thanks in advance,
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  12. Darktruth

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    Morning Cuffy. :D I think chest hair is a diffrent type of hair but the before and after care is probably the same. Take a warm shower before, dry off well and then wax away. Maybe putting babyoil on your chest for a few days before you wax for the first time will help, I'm not sure.
  13. SubAnna

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    Im a girl so I know nothing about waxing chest hair.. :) But usually when waxing hurts a lot it is because:
    a.) The skin in the particular area is VERY thin/delicate.
    b.) The hair is either too long so that you drag the hairs with the wax when applying, or the hair is very well "grounded" in the skin.. Im not really sure how to express this, but basically if you have never waxed before or if there is a lot of hair there they will be more "stuck".. Hence it hurts more when you pull. Make sense?
    c.) You are using too much wax, the wax is not hot enough or you are not pulling "fast" enough. You want to rip it off like a bandaid.

    Like I said earlier, I dont have a high threshold for pain, and Im fine when waxing my legs.. Maybe the chest area has skin that is a bit more delicate? But from your description sounds like you should be able to handle it for sure :) I mean even waxing the pubic area is nothing compared to for instance having a migraine, and certainly nothing compared to being whipped till you cant stand! However, sometimes you cant really compare different types of pain.
    You can always avoid b and c with practice and cut the hair if it is somewhat long.. Not too much though - you wont be able to wax it then.

    Hope it works out for you! ;)
  14. Sate_Sprie

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    So does the baby oil just help soften your skin or reduce the itching/bumps as well?
    I like to be clean shaven and Master likes it as well, but if I don't let it grow back some in between times it bleeds some when I shave and I get horrible razor bumps. I only get to shave about once a week because of this but I'd rather do it daily.
  15. Darktruth

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    I'm not 100% sure but I think the baby oil will do both.

    For the itching. A few years ago I had an insect bite on my hand (itched like an S.O.B lol) and my grandmother (my Nonna) washed my hand in warm mint tea and then put a crushed mint leaf over the bit and then put a plaster over it to keep it in place.

    I don't know if the mint really helpped or if the itching just stopped itself but it worked within 20 minuets ish. Maybe washing yourself in warmish mint tea after will help, I'm not sure. I don't know if it will work but every little helps. :D
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