TAT Men's hair removal?

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  1. AustinL911

    AustinL911 Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator

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    Do you suppose it would be odd for me to remove body hair from my chest and/or back? As much as I know that it's something that is genetic, I still HATE it. It really does bother me. Makes me feel like a damn ape. What do you guys think? Yes or no? Best way to do it at home? Thanks.
     
  2. Improvolone

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    By far, the best way is wax.
    Get a female friend to do it.
     
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    female friend. Other than that, get it lazered off, or professionally waxed by one of those nice korean ladies
     
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    Get laser hair removal. I am getting a few places taken care of for christmas, and I know alot of people(both men and women) who get places all over thie body done.

    If you are going to do it, do it right and spend the money for LHR. Waxing only causes pain and irratation (the first few times) and has to be done often.
     
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    I wouldn't do the lazer for the chest, you might want it back someday.
    The back, possibly, who wants that hair?
     
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    guchiew Increase your killing power.

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    How much would it cost to laser your entire back?
     
  7. Improvolone

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    The lazer is directly on the hair follicle, and not needp enough to bother the tattoo.
    It might even be a different frequency used, different lazer all together.
     
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    It isnt odd anymore. Many people do it, nowaday. I've also been considering getting my chest hair removed. Not that I have a lot, but im self conscious about it. I say go for the Laser removal.
     
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    OK, here's an odd one...I have been shaving my chest for years, but I am wondering about doing my armpits... Hoping it might help with BO as well too. I was thinking of only trimming it shorter, not shaving, because of the itching. any opinions or suggestions on that?
     
  10. Major7

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    I find that trimming the armpit hairs reduces stains on your clothing and allows the deodorant to work better.
     
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    I shave my arm pit hair as I find it stupid and ugly.
    With shaved armpots, you have ntoo apply deoderant more than once a day, usually. But thats about it.
     
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    hehe...this is pretty funny...but seriously just trim your armpit and shape it up w/ a razor alittle...shaving fully i find to be wayyyyyy to irritating...but i guess after awhile its fine...but i agree that trimmed i can use stick deoderant less...i don't have to swipe it more then twice and i'm good all day
     

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