The Art of Haircare

The Art of Haircare

Greetings dear readers. I hope this blog finds you well and safe. For this blog, I would like to turn our attention to the important topic of hair care. You can be an absolute master of makeup and styles of clothing, but if your hair is a greasy rat’s nest, you’re wasting your time with everything else!

First, let’s consider the hair on your head, face, and eyebrows. Regarding the hair on your head, there are so many styles today and I would encourage you to find whatever style seems to work for you. Regular shampooing and conditioning is a must. I don’t recommend the 2 in 1 types that are both shampoo and conditioner. With shampoo, getting a shampoo with biotin in it is a good idea, as biotin strengthens the hair. The simplest way to ensure you are getting the best shampoo and conditioner is to go to a hair salon and get a recommendation. Of course, they are going to recommend the product they sell (go figure) but they generally sell top of the line products.


As far as facial hair is concerned, the only thing I will say is to make sure it is neatly tended and trimmed. Concerning eyebrows, big bushy eyebrows are definitely out. For nice, neat eyebrows, go to a nail salon. Most of them wax eyebrows and know what they are doing.

Speaking of waxing, let’s move on to another type of hair care, and that is hair removal. This is a big one for me, as I enjoy wearing skirts – especially shorter skirts during warm weather. Skirts and hairy legs just don’t go together, and hairy armpits and sleeveless blouses don’t look so hot either. 

There are basically three types of hair removal – shaving, depilatory cream, and waxing. Each has its advantages. First, shaving is the most straight forward and can easily be done in the shower. The downside is in order to maintain a neat appearance, you have to shave frequently. If you shave the Brazilian area, there is the hazard of razor burn which is really uncomfortable in that very sensitive area. There are creams on the market that are designed to deal with that problem, and you apply it a few minutes before hitting the shower. Repeated shaving of the Brazilian area toughens the skin, just like it does on your face, and eventually, you won’t need the prep cream.

The second method of hair removal is depilatory cream. With this cream, you apply it several minutes before showering and then let the shower rinse off the cream. Theoretically, the hair will rinse off with the cream. I say “theoretically” because whether or not it works depends on the texture of your hair. The hair on women’s legs tends to be finer than men’s, although that certainly isn’t always true. The texture of the hair on my legs is pretty coarse, and depilatory cream doesn’t work at all well for me.  All I can really say on this topic is to try it if you like and see what happens.

This brings us to the third method of hair removal – waxing. People who do this are referred to as estheticians. Word of mouth is usually the best way to find an esthetician. I am an advocate of waxing and have had waxing every six months for about seven years. I have now gotten to the point that I can go more like 18 months, as the hair follicles eventually give up. I wanted an esthetician who was crossdresser friendly, and I found one. She has no problem at all with seeing me in panties. In fact, the last time I was there, we got into a really good conversation, and when she was done with the waxing, I was sitting on the table in my panties still talking and neither one of us had a second thought about a man sitting in nothing but panties talking to a woman behind closed doors. That is how comfortable we are with each other.

The advantage of waxing is that you can have it done once every six months or so to start out, and it leaves your skin incredibly smooth and clean feeling. The downside is when you first start, it is pretty uncomfortable. My recommendation is to take some sort of over the counter pain killer about an hour before you go in. Eventually, you won’t need to do that, as the amount of hair growth diminishes over time, as I’ve already said, and you just kind of get used to it.  I’ve had a couple of Brazilians and all I can say is if you are into pain... Brazilians hurt like a bad dog, and after the second one, I decided a razor was just fine with me.

Well, there you have my thoughts on hair care. Get those keyboards humming and share your thoughts with the rest of us. You know I love reading your thoughts.

Fond regards,


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Some time ago, I got tired of shaving my crotch area, though I truly prefer it bare there. This article discusses just three options, but there are two more, both permanent. One, very pricey and ouchy is electrolysis. Not recommended. But for those with relatively dark hair and relatively light skin, there is another, very affordable and effective method that has worked perfectly for me: Intense Pulse Light, a home-based variation on laser removal (whoops, there’s a third unmentioned option – also pricey and inconvenient). For a few hundred dollars, an IPR unit can be bought, and after three sessions over four weeks time, almost all treated area is hair-free. A few rogues appeared over the next few months, but a touch-up zap took care of those two. Does it hurt? Yeah, there’s a sting, but nothing so bad as waxing! I have no idea why this is not more widely known and used: cheap, at-home, effective!


Hair removal! I have been blessed with a relatively hairless torso, but cursed with being extremely hairy below the rib-line. So, a few weeks ago, a few girls I know commented on my legs and how hairy they were, the said I should shave them. So, today I got some hair removal cream and exfoliated everything except head and arms. I keep my head well groomed and trimmed, but had never really bothered with elsewhere, today was a first for me. Sliding my panties over my freshly exfoliated legs felt amazing, I slipped them on and off several times I enjoyed it so much. Even putting jeans on felt great. Now I’ve got to maintain the look, I’ll probably keep using the cream for now as it worked well, but imagine I’d need to repeat the exercise anything between fortnightly and monthly?


Body hair whilst natural, does not convey the beauty of a man’s body.
The gorgeous choices available through body aware are, in my opinion, designed for the shaven male body.
The beauty of a smooth shaven male is adequately portrayed when he dons some of body aware’s beautifully designed feminine underwear. It shows off the femininity of the clothes and look absolutely gorgeous too.
A smooth shaven male body is extremely sexy and very inviting, whether your attractive to another male or female is irrelevant.
Keep up the blog and the equally interesting comments.
Stay smooth and sexy.


I love to use a epilator over my entire body once a month. My legs and arms entire body is so smooth and totally hairless I love doing once a month.


Never posted before but I shave everything from my eyebrows down. I have a very Alpha Male profession but under dress every day. Panties 24/7 for years. For work and doctors I wear plain panties.. I could never pass but love being in touch with my feminine side and so does my wife. In fact it was her idea that I shave Everything. Nobody has ever said a word to me about it and at this point in my life I don’t care anyway. I love being hair free and enjoys silky and lacy lingerie on my soft skin!!


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