Friday, May 9, 2008
Brazilian Wax, The way to a man's. . .
The age of hairless, or at least trimmed, pubic areas is upon us. Is this a fad? I don’t know, but as a man, I hope not. I love the unobstructed view of a woman’s mound and private parts. So cool! So stimulating! Hey, men have been letting it hang out for eons, Now, it’s our turn, so girls…don’t be shy, let it all hang out.
I like this fad so much that every women in my stories, whom I get that far with, has at least a nice trim, but more often is smooth as a baby. Maybe I’ll even add that other fad of the generation a tattoo. A coiled snake like Mora had in Fortune Cookies or a black widow spider complete with web, like Kelsey had for her former Hells Angel boyfriend—Spider—in LEGS or a piercing like Rachel and Chloe have in Getting Naked at the Hilton. So if you want to be in one of my stories, the pubes gotta go.
Rumor has it that this phenomenon started in America in the late eighties with seven Brazilian sisters in New York City.
For all you curious women (and men) out there, I have managed to dig up the professional procedure for waxing.
Brazilian waxing is a type of waxing involving the bikini area.
The Brazilian wax removes the hair around the panty line, leaving back what is known as a landing strip or a broader vertical strip.
Brazilian wax is harder than most depilatory wax. Because it cools to become more solid, it misses less hairs. That is why this wax is better for Brazilian bikini wax jobs.
This is most popular with twenty and thirty-somethings, among whom thong underwear is most popular - but waxers say they also see teenagers and senior citizens. Approximately 25 percent of the Beauty Craze salon clients opt for "everything off."
Girls in their 20s have Brazilian wax done because it is expected of them in their generation. It is just as expected as shaving your legs for that age group.
Brazilian Wax Procedure
It starts with baby powder, talcum powder, or oil being spread over the area to be waxed. This prevents the hot wax from sticking to the skin.
Then hot wax is spread over the area from which hair is to be removed. The wax is allowed to harden briefly, then one edge of the wax strip is pulled up and used as a 'tab' to pull off the rest of the wax, usually in the direction opposite of hair growth. The waxer then works his or her way around the body systematically removing the hair from the genital area, buttocks, and anus. (Guys wouldn’t that be a great career. Mmmmm. I’d love to be a Brazilian waxer.)
Tweezers are used to remove any stray hairs that the waxing missed. Finally, the remaining pubic hair - "landing strip" - is either trimmed with scissors, or waxed off if the client requests it. The remaining hair may even be in a particular pattern (hearts are a popular option).
The pain involved with Brazilian wax can be mild or more severe and can last from several seconds to minutes. Most who are willing to endure the procedure feel that the result is worth the discomfort. Furthermore, most feel that the procedure becomes less painful with subsequent treatments. Products are also available to lessen the pain, such as topical anesthetics.
Optionally, a hair inhibitor can be used, which will slow the regrowth of hair and may stop regrowth altogether. The results generally last up to two months.
The procedure takes 15 to 30 minutes and can cost between $60 to $100. (I’d do it for free)
Before you get a Brazilian Bikini Wax done, shop around for the salon and spend some time inquiring about the person who will be attending to you.
Reputable salons use high quality waxes that are gentle on the skin. They will follow up with a soothing lotion containing Aloe Vera or Calamine Lotion which reduce the itching and discomfort.
Why Is Brazilian Waxing So Popular?
Many just enjoy the clean feeling that comes with being hairless. Some who did it just to wear thongs or a small bikini, keep it up because "it just feels great"!
Some say that if you ever want to spice up your sex life, get a Brazilian wax and seductive perfume. (Is there any doubt?)
The Advantages of Brazilian Waxing Are:
• You feel clean, shiny, sexy and smooth
• Your partner may find it a turn on (I’ll say)
• It enhances intercourse and sex. (If that isn’t enough to get your interest, you must be dead)
• It lasts between ten days and three weeks
• In the above period it needs no maintenance
What are the Disadvantages of Brazilian Waxing?
For most people the biggest disadvantage is the pain factor but this lessens with subsequent Brazilian waxing and in most cases the pain in not as bad as anticipated.
Where to get a Brazilian Wax
A Brazilian wax initially should to be carried out by a professional, or you can do it at home yourself but be careful and read the instructions carefully.
For convenience, this treatment can also be done by using the services of a mobile spa. (Wow. They come to you.)
If you are a wax virgin you might want to consider starting with the bikini line area first, before graduating to a full bikini and then finally the Brazilian wax.
You should discuss your requirements with your beauty therapist beforehand and ensure you feel completely comfortable before carrying out the procedure.
Is it Worth it? (I think so)
For most women 15 minutes of discomfort is a small price to pay for the way you feel after a Brazilian Wax and have their new new look.
A Brazilian wax provides a long lasting sensual feeling that can be enjoyed by both you and your partner – the general consensus – grit your teeth and stop beating around bush.
What the article failed to tell you is that on a full, get rid of every hair, procedure, the subject is required to get into some uncomfortable and mortifying positions, so if you’re a bit shy, you may want to stay with the straight bikini wax.
Now, I’m not saying it’s a sure thing, but should you decide to try this procedure, expect a lot more dreamy tongue in your life. You can thank me later.
Signing out, Dee
Oh, I almost forgot. LEGS is coming out on May 15th. Get it!