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Your Body Hair And She Probably Thinks About It You can be the type of man that feels like a woolly mammoth if you do not trim your breas...

Your Body Hair And What She Probably Thinks About It

Your Body Hair And She Probably Thinks About It

You can be the type of man that feels like a woolly mammoth if you do not trim your breast regularly. Or maybe you're on the other side of things, and growing a beard is as likely as winning the lottery. Either way, we hope that you have learned to embrace the status of your body hair at this time. But does your wife, girlfriend or partner have? Are they on board? Are women still crazed by the beard? What about chest hair? And do you prefer that you are naked there?
Your Body Hair And What She Probably Thinks About It
Your Body Hair And What She Probably Thinks About It

A survey was conducted and here's what the survey says: it all depends on who you ask

Some Women Like It Bare ...

For some women, it's about being naked. Why cover and hide your body? "I can not date a man who has body hair," says Jaclyn Sklaver, 37, of New York. "When a man has a great body but has hair on top, the attractiveness of his body disappears instantly." I can not pass body hair to see its muscle definition. "

Those who love a hairless appearance think that it takes away what they really want to look at. Keeping everything bald gives a clean appearance, especially to the south.

"Keep that shit under control," says Jordan Guskind, 27. "We're expected to keep things clean there and the boys should too."

Most likely, if she travels there, it is not to verify the nest you have been growing.

"Just to be honest, no less sexy than a pube that ends up somewhere that should not, if you get my drift," says Sam Feigman, 28.

A prickly beard and a long armpit or hair on the chest can also interfere with romantic moments. "Facial hair hurts when you kiss, it can be very irritating," says Sklaver. "It can also damage other parts of the body, not just your face."

While Some Others Like It Thick(Maybe a forest, jungle. LOL)

On the contrary, being completely shaved may seem unnatural and even prepubescent in the eyes of some women. Body and facial hair can be an indicator of age, making a boy look older and wiser.

"Personally I like some body and facial hair if you like," says Guskind. "I tend to notice facial hair and beard before a shaved and clean man, something about them that looks a bit more mature and masculine is attractive to me."

Yes, but that does not mean that the men have to let it get out of control.

"I'm not looking to go out with a Mumford and Sons, but I'm not bothered by facial hair or terrible attire," says Liz Polcha, 28. "However, anything too wild and thick is useless, and no one besides Mr. Monopoly should have a handlebar mustache either."

Okay, so the women I interviewed were mostly discouraged by body hair. Well, with the exception of a hairy back. Even the "boast of what you have", the ladies agreed that the hair that protruded from a man's shirt was a decisive factor.

"It's good to have hair on your chest, as long as it's not chest hair that changes into shoulder, back and neck hair," says Polcha. "The hair on my back is a big detour, it's hard and I honestly find it very unpleasant." And she's not the only one who felt this way.

"Huge not for the hair on the back," says Guskind. "It's too much.

Grooming Matters A Lot

If women are fanatical hair lovers or about that bald life, it is mainly about preparation and maintenance. Even those who enjoy a good shade at five o'clock want to know that the beard they kiss has been cleaned. And if you want to run your fingers through the hair on your chest, it's better not to get caught in a knot.

"I'm married to a husband with a beard and chest hair," says Meaghan Praznik, 29, of San Francisco, California. "Even if you shave in the morning, at night, there is a significant shade at 5 o'clock." I like. But beyond scruple, it becomes too much. "

Yes, the preparation requires a little more time. But is it worth it.

"I really prefer the hair if it stays," says Guskind. "I think that as long as a man is well groomed and takes care of himself, it's great."

Do you want to make sure that your hair hygiene is up to par? We chatted with Genevieve Bochanty, associate director of The Art of Shaving, to learn some rules and advice on the preparation of body hair. Follow these rules to make sure you are putting your best look forward.

1. It is important to trim your body hair and keep it at a reasonable distance if you do not want to shave. Do not let it become a jungle. If you see it peeking out from under your shirt, it's time to cut.

2. Trim your hair in the shower when it is dry for a better cleaning. (Your partner will thank you!)

3. If you want to shave your body, be as careful as you do it with your face. Trim the area to no more than 1/4 inch. Use a new blade and the right products, such as pre-shave oil and a moisturizing shaving cream. This will facilitate the shaving and the results will be smoother.

4. If you are not shaving, do not cut too much. It must look natural and maintained.

5. Choose a style to which you can commit regularly. Manscaping requires regular maintenance. If you decide to shave completely, you will need to shave regularly.

6. You need the right tools to perfect your chosen look. Make sure you have a beard and a body trimmer with several length adjustments, plus a shaver that will help you improve your grip in a humid environment.