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    What do u guys think about it
    Any experience?
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    Why mess with what you've got?

    Personally, I just shave. You never know how fashion will go. Next year, braiding your underarm hair might be the latest thing.

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    I have mixed feelings. If it’s strong enough to kill hair folicals what else is it killing along the way?
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    you women are a little crazy about how you look. underesteemate how attractive you are in your normal form

    as for men
    it's common for today men to shave the face. it's not hard and alike ritual
    it's the only place where laser would had a sense. but that would made such man unusual, as was removed one of common traits of men a minor rational profit by the cost of more weighty emotional loss

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol View Post
    you women are a little crazy about how you look. underesteemate how attractive you are in your normal form

    as for men
    it's common for today men to shave the face. it's not hard and alike ritual
    it's the only place where laser would had a sense. but that would made such man unusual, as was removed one of common traits of men a minor rational profit by the cost of more weighty emotional loss
    Why don’t you say “you are beautiful they way that you are!” Instead
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    yes, why not?

    Just make sure to get some testimonials from the clinic you choose.

    I want to do it on my legs one day.

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    I tried the one to do at home a few years ago, spent like 300E for that shit and well, it didn't really work. Your hairs slow down and become softer but after some months everything goes back to normality. Side effects: I got some huge ingrown hair, one in my pvt parts, which hurt like hell, and another on my leg. I went to a few doctors to try remove them and they could do nothing about it. Now I have 2 little bumpy scars that hurts when the weather changes.

    A friend of mine tried the professional hair removal, spent thousands of euros for that, took her months to go through all the steps and her hair were still growing all the way through.. just a bit softer and slower.

    I wouldn't recommend :/

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    No idea what most men think, but I don’t care at all about hair on women.

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    How about permanent leg removal?

    There seems to be devices for home usage that do not cost too much.. I think... for that lighter application of laser that is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreelancePoliceman View Post
    No idea what most men think, but I don’t care at all about hair on women.
    Same tbh

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    Ive removed my eyebrows. Best choice i ever made

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    I've had GF's who waxed, who shaved everything, who shaved some things and not others, and one who didn't shave anything. Honestly, it made no difference to me. I was much more interested in who they were.

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    btw, I was so moved when my lil cousin asked his mum to get him some waxing products because he was ashamed to go around with very hairy legs... ç__ç

    I don't like shaved guys tbh, I mean I don't really care... but with time I came to appreciate natural on top of all

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinoche View Post
    What do u guys think about it
    Any experience?
    Gonna get rid of my pubic hair once I can afford it. Unless I've shaved that day then it feels like a grater when I'm being ridden, I'm told.
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    Idk it seems nice. One less thing to worry about, but I’d feel like one of those hairless cats with a puff of hair on my head. I doubt I ever get it done, but it’s all about priorities. I say if it’s one of yours, go for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Number 9 large View Post
    Ive removed my eyebrows. Best choice i ever made

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