On the same lines as armpit hair, it is unanimous amongst women that a shaved arm, especially a forearm, is not attractive and can even be considered weird. But again, just as with armpit hair, if you have excessive dark thick hair, you should take action. In terms of maintenance, I would suggest trimming the hair with an electric trimmer as this is far more efficient and effective than using hand clippers. Based on our nationwide survey , women have a wide spectrum in terms of what they prefer. A small population of women like the grizzly bear look with a thick forest of chest hair but unless you have a significant other who has explicitly expressed her liking of such copious amounts of chest hair I would recommend you considering shaving or at least trimming your hair. I have used a lot of methods, but I am definitely a big fan of depilatories.
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For the most part, we still do the whole dog and pony show to attract a potential mate and for guys, that usually involves the maintenance of facial and body hair. So we decided to help the dudes out by asking several something girls to tell us what they really think about eyebrow waxing , back hair, mustaches and more. Shave five seconds off your swim time? Not a fan.
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Meanwhile the kids and teens are in the front half of the house eating cheesy-macaroni and watching the Olympics. One competitor has no sign of underarm hair. The teen boys nod approvingly. Another has shaved his underarms but has a tuft of chest hair sticking out the neck hole of his uniform. The boys comment that he should have shaved that off too. Then one competitor raises his arm to reveal a thick slick of licorice black hair proudly displayed for all to see. The kids go positively mental. Or at least the boys do.
Skip to content. My 13 year old son has some hair between his eyebrows not quite a uni-brow. His complexion is brown. He probably could care less at this time, but I'm still wondering if we should consider some method of hair removal. Anyone ever done this? Does the hair grow back? Thanks anon. I don't understand why you would need to remove your son's hair. It's his face; if it doesn't bother him, why bring it up and make him self-conscious about it?