Whether it’s a little or a lot, every guy has hair up or “down there” that needs to be dealt with occasionally. Manscaping isn’t a dirty four-letter word. It needn’t imply complete hair removal front to back and head to toe. Sometimes it’s just selectively trimming a bit here and there without shaving everything completely smooth. For these sorts of manly jobs, a dedicated manscaping kit can be an important part of your personal grooming arsenal.
Let’s Not Beat Around The Bush
Frankly, your sexual partners may appreciate a bit of attention “below the belt” that manscaping is often associated with. A bit of judicious, tasteful pruning occasionally is something every man ought to take care of as part of routine maintenance.
When Manscaping Isn’t Optional
Sometimes manscaping is required – especially in business or professional environments. For example, athletes may need to shave their legs prior to taping. Bodybuilders have to manscape prior to on-stage competition. Actors may be required to have it done for character roles. Or, a nurse may become your clinical manscaper if you need to be shaved somewhere prior to surgery.
Fortunately, the demand for effective male body hair trimmers and shavers has led to some real innovations in new grooming tools for guys that are implicitly designed for efficient manscaping sessions. Of particular note are dual-headed body groomers that have an adjustable length trimmer on one end that flips over with a foil shaver or replaceable razor head on the other. In other cases, all-in-one beard trimmers and personal grooming sets can help with hair removal on any part of a man’s body. Most are cordless and rechargeable to reach anywhere with tangle-free ease. Many body hair groomers are now water resistant and suitable for both wet and dry hair removal tasks.