Shaving Your Submissive

While there are several methods for hair removal, none can be as ritualistic as the Dominant shaving the submissive. Imagine the sub being vulnerable and exposed as the Dom explores her most private parts with a sharpened steel.

Uhm, what was I going to say again? Oh, yeah! I remember! The only problem with shaving is the damage it does to the usually-protected skin. So, what’s the best way to go about it? Here are some of my tested tips. As always,

YMMV…

1. Plan on shaving at night. In the morning, the lower body is often puffy from retained fluid and this makes a close shave difficult.

2. Work in a clean, well-lit place (No, the “Pleasure Chest” doesn’t allow public shaving scenes). I am kinda fond of the kitchen table. There is water handy, and it is just so *naughty*. I promise you will never eat dinner again without a big smile on your face.

3. Start by trimming the hair as close to the skin as possible. Make sure you show your sub the scissors. <eg>

4. Cover the area you are shaving with a hot, wet towel. Not only does this feel really delicious, it softens the hair and makes it easier to remove. Leave the towel there for a few minutes while you do other things…like tying the submissive to the table, for example.

5. Use lots of shaving cream (I like Edge (how appropriate…no jokes, please, LadyC!) Gel for Sensitive Skin), and a razor blade (I use Gillette Sensor) that has already been used once. A new blade is usually so sharp it doesn’t give as close a shave as one with a little wear.

6. Shave with, not against, the growth of the hair and don’t go over the same area too many times…this could cause razor burn. Tweezers are very handy for getting those stray hairs a little later in the game. <veg>

7. To prevent those nasty little red bumps caused by ingrown hairs, scrub the freshly-shaved area with a buff pad. Disposable Buf-Puffs work great.

8. No matter how good a shave you give, you are going to leave microscopic nicks and cuts. This can leave the skin open to nasty infections like venereal warts. To prevent this, apply an anti-bacterial/anti-fungal immediately after shaving. Betadine is the best, but it does stain the skin. You can also use peroxide, neosporin, etc.

9. Finally, liberally apply a moisturizer. My fave is Hawaiian Tropic Cool Aloe. This makes the skin nice and soft, and helps with the itching.

A word of caution…for best results, the shave has to be repeated every other day or so. It requires *alot* of maintenance. Before you do it for the first time, take this into consideration and be ready to keep it up. Of course, the longer you do it, the more accustomed your body becomes and the easier it gets.

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