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Trimmer or Shaver for Pubic Hair – Find Out

Regular grooming is great for the pubic area especially if you want to appear neat to your partner or keep clean down there.

When it comes to grooming below the belt, there are two common ways that most men go for: Trimming and Shaving.

Use a trimmer or shaver for pubic hair could make the difference between how your pubic region looks and how you feel afterward.

Trimmer Or Shaver For Pubic Hair


Shaving refers to the complete removal of hair from the pubic region. Depending on the shaver, you can go straight away to remove the hair without applying lather or you could jump in the shower and get right to business.

Shaving gives you that completely bare look and makes your pubes feel fresh and clean.


Fast and Easy

While preparing your pubic region will take some time, shaving is a fast hair removal process that can be done in a matter of minutes.

Applying shaving creams also helps as the shaver will cut hair faster and in fewer strokes than if you had to go without the shaving cream.

Results Last Longer

Compared to trimming, the results of shaving will last quite longer. It will take your hair some weeks before growing into a full bush again so you won’t have to worry about shaving every few days.

Looks Cleaner

Your pubic region will look cleaner and fresher when you go with shaving. This is because you take out all the hair leaving only fresh, smooth skin.

This can be a great look if you’re meeting with a partner as it shows that you take your personal hygiene seriously.


Skin irritation

This is one of the biggest problems with shaving. When you shave against the grain of the hair, you are more likely to experience skin irritation when the hair starts to grow back.

This could also be due to dull blades. These blades are tough on the skin and you’d have to go through the same place more than once which leads to more after-shave problems.

Finally, there is the issue of wearing tight underwear right after shaving. The fabric of the underwear will rub against the bare skin leading to irritation.

Ingrown hairs

Shaving is one of the reasons why men have to deal with ingrown hair. This problem is more common in men with curly hair and could make that clean-shaved look you’re going for appear quite horrible.


trimmer or shaver for pubic hair

Trimming is quite different from shaving and the preferred method for those that won’t want to deal with irritation, itching of pubs after trimming, and after-shave problems right after grooming their hair.

Trimming is all about shortening the hair to any length of choice. With trimming, you won’t go all bare but the hair can short be enough so that the area looks nice and tidy.

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Improves the overall look

With trimming, you get to improve the overall look of your pubic region. Rather than having a bushy, ragged-looking area below the belt, you could end up with a well-mowed lawn.

Note that, the neatness of the area after a trimming session will depend on the proficiency of your trimming skills.

Saves time

Unlike shaving, you won’t have to spend a lot of time preparing your pubic area for trimming. You can go right ahead to trim when dry (which is the best time).

You might not also need a sophisticated trimmer to get the job done. A new pair of scissors will handle this with ease. However, you should take extreme care to prevent injuries.

No irritation to worry about

With trimming, you’d have to worry less about irritation, ingrown hairs, and just about any problem that shaving comes with.

This is because the trimmer or scissors won’t be making direct contact with the skin as you trim so the skin won’t feel irritated with every cut.

Also, trimming leaves hair above the skin surface. Unlike shaving, the hair is cut below the skin surface and could curl back into the skin while growing leading to ingrown hair.

This can’t happen with trimming as the hair remains above the skin surface after grooming.


Hair grows back fast

With trimming, the hair is more likely to fall out of style pretty fast so you might have to continue trimming every few days to keep it neat. This will require a lot of effort and time.

Trimmer or shaver for pubic hair

The best option will depend on how you want your pubic area to look. If you like it clean-shaved and you have great shaving techniques that will prevent skin irritation and ingrown hairs afterward, then shaving is the best option.

However, trimming is a lot better for those with sensitive skin and more prone to after-shave problems.

Benefits Of Shaving Male Pubic Hair

Many men find themselves shaving down there just because their partners want it clean, but does shaving your pubic have any benefits other than bringing a smile to your partner’s face? As it turns out, it actually does.

The male pubic hair isn’t one of those body features that we don’t need (if there are actually any), its purpose is to reduce friction during intercourse and as well as prevent the transmission of pathogens like bacteria.

While these sound like good reasons to leave things the way they are, there are some even better reasons and benefits of shaving male pubic hair.

benefits of shaving pubic hair male

Benefits of Shaving Pubic Hair Male


While one of the advantages of keeping your pubic hair has to do with preventing the transmission of pathogens, it does come with a disadvantage.

Though you will want to keep that full bush to stay healthy, there are chances that you could get an unwanted infection if you don’t trim.

When you sweat, it gets trapped within the hair which becomes a breeding ground for bacteria that could remain there for a long time.

If you’re not the cleanest man on the block, you might have to deal with unwanted infections later on.

Not only that, but your pubes might give out an offensive odor. Leaving it bare is the best way to remain clean and free of infections.

Make Your Erection Look Bigger

Not all of us are blessed with a big junk down there which might make you feel uncomfortable when in the room with your partner.

Switching off the lights won’t help here but there is something you can do to make yourself look bigger. Ungroomed pubic hair can hide your erection which makes it appear smaller.

By shaving away right before action, you can look at least an inch longer which will boost your confidence in the other room.

Increased sensation

A lot of people believe that removing pubic hair increases genital sensation. This is actually true as the skin is more sensitive to touch if no hairs are blocking its way.

Tips on How To Safely Remove Pubic Hair


Shaving your pubic is the easiest, pain-free hair removal process to go for. With these tips, you should be able to achieve that bare look in a few minutes.


Make sure you exfoliate before shaving and right after that. Exfoliating refers to removing dead skin cells that could block your pores.

After shaving, these dead skin cells can lead to skin irritation and ingrown hairs.

By exfoliating, you can reduce the chances of that happening. To do this, you will need a gentle loofah or scrub to clear the dead skin cells.

Wash beforehand

A good wash will not only prevent the transmission of bacteria but also soften your skin and open your pores.

This makes it easier for you to cut hair in one stroke rather than having to go over the same place twice.

Another benefit is that it will save you from skin irritation and other after-shave problems

Use sharp blades

Just like washing your pubes before shaving, using sharp blades will save you time by allowing you to get more work done in a single stroke.

You should check your blades before you start shaving and if you prefer to trim your hairs before shaving, ensure that the scissor isn’t used for other things to prevent transmission of bacteria.

Shave in the direction of hair growth

Avoid shaving against the grain (direction of hair growth) if you want to achieve a smoother region as well as have to deal with less irritation after shaving.

Avoid tight clothes for a while

Right after shaving, you might want to avoid tight briefs, boxers, and just about any underwear that will rub against your skin. This could lead to skin irritation or make it worse.

Consider Trimming

If you always have to deal with skin irritation after shaving, it could that you’re not using the right shaving techniques.

However, if you’re putting in the work and yet you’d have to scratch an itch afterward, it could be that your skin is too sensitive.

For those who have issues with ingrown hair, having curly hair is usually the problem. All these can be solved by ditching shaving for trimming.

Trimming is much simpler than shaving and you won’t have to lather up, wash up, or go through any tedious preparation process to trim.

You won’t also have to purchase a fancy trimmer (though having one could help you achieve the right look), as a pair of scissors could get the job done in no time.

To trim your pubic hair, you will have to do so when it is dry. You should also start by cutting it to smaller lengths before achieving the actual length you want. Avoid going too short so you won’t cut yourself.

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Bottom Line

While there are so many benefits of shaving your pubic hair, you will have to watch out for the aftereffects. You can reduce this by using the right shaving techniques as well as moisturizing right after shaving.

Benefits Of Not Shaving Pubic Hair Male

Modern trends, celebrities, and skincare brands encourage that keeping your nether regions completely bare is the right way to go.

While this is unrealistic for most of the populace, many people struggle to stay clean-shaved due to the possible benefits that come with it.

However, there are many more benefits of not shaving pubic hair male. Find out below.

Benefits of not shaving pubic hair male

benefits of not shaving pubic hair

  1. Protection from Bacteria and Other Pathogens

Just like the eyelashes and nose hair protecting your sensitive parts from dust and dirt, pubic hair acts as a barrier, trapping dirt, debris, and harmful micro-organism.

The hair follicles also produce sebum, an oil that will inhibit the ability of micro-organisms to reproduce.

  1. Acts as a Buffer

Skin irritation could become a problem when you wear tight clothing over a bare pubic area.

The fabric will rub against the bare skin causing inflammation, redness, and other skin problems.

The pubic hair acts as a protective pillow to protect the skin from the friction that arises from walking while wearing clothing.

The defensive barrier will also help when you get intimate with your partner. It will reduce the friction of rubbing of skins as well as act as a shock absorber for high-intensity activities like exercising.

  1. It is more sanitary

While shaving your pubic hair with an electric shaver might prevent sweat from getting clogged in the hairs which would lead to odor, keeping the bush could save you from irritation, nicks, and cuts that come with consistent shaving.

Experts have warned that shaving your genital could increase your risk of infection.

  1. Regulates temperature

Hair is needed to keep the body warm as it acts as an insulator that traps air. The pubic hair has the same purpose.

While the summer heat will mean that you will sweat more down there, your pubic hair will provide your genitals with the right protection during the winter season.

How to Maintain Your Pubic Hair


While there are many benefits to keeping pubic hair, you might find it looking rather unhealthy if you don’t maintain it properly.

With the steps below, you should be able to appear neat while sporting a full bush.

Trim regularly

Shaving your pub’s hair could expose you to infections as well as irritation and ingrown hairs. This is more likely if you’re not good at shaving.

Also, shaving the pubic region can put you in some compromising positions which makes it more difficult to achieve a neat shave.

Trimming your pubic region is a better hair removal process that will save you all the time you need in preparing and lathering. Also, trimming is quite easier.

Trimming regularly helps to keep the hair in control and makes it easier to wash up.

Wash more

One of the biggest reasons why most people prefer to shave is to prevent odor down there.

Sweat could get trapped in the pubic hair which could lead to odor and a breeding ground for bacteria. However, this can be easily prevented without having to trim.

Take your time to wash your pubic area if you want to keep the hair. Also, take note of how often you sweat down there.

If you do sweat a lot, then you should wash more often, that’s if you want to keep smelling nice without having to shave.

Avoid Tight Clothing

While this is mostly recommended for those that shave, tight clothing will cause problems if you have a bush down there.

This is one of the main reasons for odors as the lack of air causes you to sweat which gets trapped in the hair.

This creates a breeding ground for bacteria and could later produce offensive odors.

If you’re not trimming or shaving regularly, you might want to avoid wearing tight clothes to prevent this problem.

Bottom Line

While keeping it bare is the modern trend, you might want to consider the benefits of not shaving before making your decision.

Why Do My Pubes Itch After Trimming

Unlike shaving, trimming your pubic hair will save you from the annoying effects that come with pubic hair removal.

But if you find yourself itching down thereafter trimming your pubes, you might be dealing with razor burns or skin irritation.

Itchy pubes after trimming are quite common and it is also something that can be prevented by using the right tools for trimming and the right trimming techniques.

Why Your Pubes Itch After Trimming

why do my pubes itch after trimming

The skin on your pubic region is more sensitive than most other areas of your body so when trimming you will have to do so slowly and carefully to prevent after-shave problems.

If you find yourself dealing with an annoying itch after trimming your pubes, it could be due to one of the following reasons.

How to Trim Pubic Hair Without Itching – The Right Way

With the right steps, you can achieve an itch-free pubic region right after trimming. This is done by getting the right tools and using the right techniques when shaving below the waist.

Preparing your pubes for trimming

Before you get on pube patrol, you must prep your pubes for the things to come. Rather than diving straight in with sharp objects, following the tips below will help prevent irritation, razor burn, and itching.

Get the right tool

You can use an electric trimmer or a traditional trimmer but ensure that you’re using a trimmer made for the pubes.

Multitasking with tools you use on other parts of your body won’t give you the best trim due to differences in skin sensitivity. You should also ensure that your tools are clean, new, and the blades are sharp.

Bathe before grooming

Washing your pubic region with soap and water in a bath will help prevent bumps and other skin problems that come with trimming.

Simply steam your skin for up to 5 minutes. This should soften your skin and allow your hair to expand allowing the trimmer to glide on the skin without making you itch.


Exfoliating your skin will help to get rid of dead skin cells or excess sebum clogging the hair follicles. Using a gentle scrub or a loofah, exfoliate your pubic hair. This provides a smooth surface for your trimmer to glide across.


Moisturizing your pubes right before trimming provides the same effects as taking a warm bath. If you notice you’re constantly itching after every trimming session, then you might want to consider moisturizing right before you start trimming.

Moisturizing the hair will smoothen the skin surface making the movement of the trimmer less irritating on your pubic region.

When picking a moisturizer for your pubes, you should take extreme caution. Only go for moisturizers that are hypoallergenic and avoid any that comes with a fragrance as they are known to trigger allergies and irritate the skin.

Trimming Techniques

Start small

If you’re trimming a full bush, you shouldn’t use your trimmer to trim the hair to the desired length immediately.

Start by cutting the hair to a shorter length. You should use a pair of scissors to bring the length of the hair down.

Gather a small bunch of hair and use the scissors to cut the hair till you get a length that the trimmer can work on.

When cutting with scissors, you should take things slowly and cut only in small bunches to avoid pulling on the hair. This could also lead to irritation.

Cut the hair as low as possible, then you can go ahead to trim and shapen your pubes with the trimmer. Take care while using scissors to avoid injury.

Taking things slowly will help prevent the possibility of cuts and nicks while using scissors.

Trim in the direction of hair growth

Going against the direction of hair growth will make the trimmer lift the hair before slicing at the follicle. This process of raising the hair will lead to skin irritation which will cause your pubes to itch after trimming.

Trimming in the direction of the grain will also save you some time.

How To Taper Hair With Clippers In Right Way 6 Easy Steps

Are you looking to change up your entire looking? Maybe you are just looking for something new. Whatever the situation is, men cannot go wrong with the tight fade or tapered cut.

This is a hairstyle that comes along with immense benefits. Right at the forefront is that it is low-maintenance.

It is as low-maintenance as having a bald head. The only difference is that you still have hair! And, this is just one of the many reasons that this is one of the most popular haircuts amongst men.

Achieving a good taper cut isn’t exactly the most natural thing in the world. This is especially true if you aren’t using the right equipment and techniques.

With the right equipment, you can fade, taper, and cut your hair by yourself. How to taper hair with clippers step by step find out below.

How To Taper Hair With Clippers Guide

how to taper hair with clippers step by step

Familiarize Yourself With Those Guards

The guards will be one of the essential tools in your tool belt. Therefore you need to familiarize yourself with them.

Pick them up, touch them, hold them in your hand, and test them on the clippers. Get used to handling and keeping them because they will become your new best friend.

The most important thing to understand about the guards is their size. For instance, know that when someone says give me a number four-guard, they are talking about a guard that measures a ½ -inch in size.

This means that the number four guard can cut hair a ½ inch. As the guard numbers go down, so do the cutting lengths. Just remember that you are tapering your hair, so this is what you are doing to it.

You are starting at one size and gradually getting lower and lower until you reach the bottom.

So, achieving a cut like this means starting with a more prominent guard and working your way down to the smallest one.

Lay Your Guards Out

Tapering your hair is only half the battle. The other half is preparation. However, it is the preparation that is the half that will make your job easier. Find yourself a functional workspace like the bathroom.

This should also give you quick and easy access to several mirrors, which are other items that you will need. Once you have chosen an adequate workspace, you will be ready to layout your tools.

Place a towel and layout your guards in the other you intend to use them. Make sure they are clean and free of debris before introducing them to your hair.

Practice The Scooping Motion

Not only do you need to be familiar with your guards, but you need to be familiar with your electric hair clippers.

There are clippers out there on the market that will do all the work for you? Most clippers today lift the hair before cutting it.

This is a technique that not only ensures that you get an excellent clean-cut, but it ensures that you get a comfortable one.

Not lifting the hair before cutting it could cause uncomfortable tugging or pulling.

This is the same theory that you want to apply to your cutting motion. The goal is to make a scooping motion with the clippers

Hold the clippers in your hand and practice making this motion. By the time you are done, you want it to be like second nature. You want to be scooping without even knowing that you are doing it.

Start With A Guideline

The first thing that you need is a guideline. This will be the starting point for the taper. Some pros like to start at the top of the ears and work their way down, while others will start a little higher.

It just depends on preference or the individual getting the cut. You will still want to start with some guidelines, whether it be above or below the ears.

This guideline is just a guide. It gives you a good idea of where you can’t and can go. The guideline will work from one side of the head around to the other.

Starting With The Biggest Guard And Working Down

Now that you have your guideline, all the hard work is done. You will start with the biggest guard and work your way down the guideline.

Remember to work in that scooping motion, so you help the clippers lift and cut their hair. It is best to work from the bottom up.

This means that you start your clippers at the bottom (below the guideline) and work your way up. You will continue to do just this until you go all the way around the head.

When you have made it entirely around the head, you will go down the next guard size and do the same thing. You will continue this process until you reach the desired size.

Be Sure To Do Your Research

It all comes down to planning and preparation. Having everything laid right out in front of you and knowing what you want will make the entire job all that much easier.

You also have to remember that people have different ideas about tapers. Tapering might mean one thing to you, but it might mean something else entirely to someone else.

Not only this but there is also a variety of tapering styles. You have everything from the Afro taper to the mohawk taper fade. Make sure you choose a taper that suits your style and personality.


Tapering your hair will come along with a lot of benefits. The biggest is that it is low-maintenance. Not only this, but it provides a classic look that will be in style for years and years to come.

That being said, achieving that perfect taper won’t be easy, especially if you are doing the job yourself.

With a little due diligence and effort, you won’t have a problem getting what you are looking for.

What To Do When Clippers Not Cutting Well – [Well Researched Guide]

One can really overspend every week or month if they aren’t careful. This is especially true if you have kids or are just one of those individuals that like to shop.

Whatever the situation is, if you are looking to stretch your budget and get more bang for your buck then cutting and tapering your own hair in the comfort of your own home is your very best option.

It might not seem like you save a lot on a haircut, but just look at how many times a month you get your hair cut.

And, a trip to the barber isn’t just the expense of the cut. You have to throw in your gas and the wear and tear on your vehicle. It will all add up.

Clippers are fairly inexpensive and with the right care and maintenance, they can last years and years.

Of course, this is not to say that you won’t experience a problem during the ownership of these clippers.

In fact, clippers need constant care and maintenance. Below, you are going to learn about some of the most common problems as to why your clippers aren’t cutting hair well and what you can do to fix them.

Things To Do When Your Hair Clippers Not Cutting Well

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Make A Careful Observation

The first thing that you are going to have to do is listen to the clippers. Noise can tell you a lot about a mechanical device. Heck, if your hair clipper is making loud noise you would probably know it.

Well, you need to adopt this kind of familiarity with your clippers as well. Listen to them when they are in regular operation and get used to the sound.

So, if your clippers aren’t cutting good go ahead and turn them on. What do you hear? Does it sound like the motor is running fully? Maybe the clippers are getting bogged down in coarse and long hairs?

Check The Connection And Battery

If it sounds like the motor on your hair cutting machine isn’t running at full speed then there is a chance that something could be wrong with the batteries.

Maybe the Clippers aren’t getting the full power and juice that they need to power the motor. If you are using cordless clippers it could be because the battery isn’t fully charged.

Check the life of the battery and recharge it if necessary. If you are using a corded pair of clippers, you will want to mess around with the electrical cable.

Right where it enters the clippers. Move the cable around and see if you can notice a difference in the sound of the motor. It just might be that you have a short or a loose connection.

Checking For Obstructions

Just because you are oiling and washing your clippers at the end of every user doesn’t mean that your blades won’t wear.

Yes, they will wear more slowly, but they will eventually reach the point where they will become completely dull. That aside, regular cleaning won’t also prevent build-ups.

If you have noticed there are probably two big screw heads right on the front of your clippers. Removing these two screws will give you access to the blade, spring, and hinges.

After many uses, it is possible for hair, dirt, and other debris to enter this area. If your motor sounds like it is running at full power, but your blades still aren’t cutting it could be that something in this area has them obstructed.

Remove the cover and make sure that this area is free of dirt and debris.

Checking The Springs And Hinges

The springs or hinges are vital components of any set of clippers. Their specific job is to help transfer tension by offering an easier and more pleasurable cutting experience.

However, the only way that it can do this is if the springs are perfectly balanced. If one side gets out of whack, which isn’t all that uncommon, it is going to cause the blade to get stuck.

The best way to check this is by removing the clipper blade spring housing from the clippers. Simply take those two screws off on the head of the razor and you will see this set up.

Once removed, try placing it on a flat table. You want both sides to be perfectly even. If they aren’t it is going to cause hair to lodge on one side.

If you are looking at an uneven configuration then it is entirely possible that the springs have gotten damaged or bent.

You can try to rectify this by bending them back in place. Just be careful, as a spring can only offer so much bend and tension before it is done for good.

The Blade Sockets

The blade sockets are another integral part of your clippers. They can also cause some of the biggest problems if they are left unchecked.

And, one of those biggest problems is improper cutting or no cutting at all. For those unfamiliar with a blade socket, this is just simply the part of the razor that has 2 ears.

These two ears will fit perfectly into the hinge. The most common problem with this component is that one of the ears will become bent.

This is something that usually just happens because of regular use, but once it happens, you are looking at major problems.

If this is what is wrong with your clippers you will probably notice right away because the clippers will rattle. All that being said, making a repair like this can be both tricky and simple if you aren’t careful.

The most important thing to remember is that you want to bring the ears as close together as you possibly can without getting them too close if that makes sense.

If they are too close together, they will not be able to properly house the hinge, and you will just be looking at even more problems.

Dull Blades

Dull blades are an all too common problem when it comes to clippers and razors. Unfortunately, there really isn’t much that you can do about this besides sharpening or replacing them.

You can also make sure that you are oiling the blades after every use to get the most life out of them.

If blade life is a major concern, you can also invest in a pair of clippers that offer self-sharpening technology.

However, it should be noted that these models won’t last forever either, but they will last longer than the traditional ones.


It doesn’t take a genius to see that there really is a lot of clippers. Not only are there a lot of components, but there are a lot of things that can go wrong with these components.

And, it seems like they usually go wrong at the worst possible time. Maintaining and caring for your clippers will not only ensure that you get the most out of your product, but it will ensure that you get a comfortable, clean cut every time.


Can you use clippers to cut pubic hair?

Yes. You are less likely to find a clipper specifically designed for grooming pubic hair, so you might have to go with regular hair clippers.

However, watch out for hair clippers designed for sensitive skin as they will offer more comfort while shaving.

What is the difference between a clipper and a trimmer?

A clipper is a grooming tool intended for bulk hair cutting on larger areas. With clippers, you can completely shave your head in a matter of minutes.

On the other hand, an electric hair trimmer is designed for outlining, edging, dry shaving, and light shaping.