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If a man were to grow his facial hair naturally without shaving or trimming it would look pretty disgusting.
If I grew a beard for a year or two, and then went out on the pull, how lucky do you think I'd get?
My mother never shaved her legs or armpits
Women shaving 'down there' in my experience is quite often not about what the man wants, but what is more sensitive and therefore pleasurable for her.
I like bearded, hairy, dirty hobos so it wouldn't bother me at all to be honest if a guy stopped shaving.
My mother never shaved her legs or armpits and the hair is very scant and really soft and fine, not unattractive at all. But once you start the vicious circle of taking a razor blade to it...
My man has a beard. I rather like it.
Then I think your in the minority. Keep a beard unkept for a year and it look ridiculous.
I wouldn't be digusted by a girl who didn't shave and trim, but I would find her less attractive.
Maybe to to defense of the women here. The hair of a beard or pubic/armpit hair are different, since the latter two stop growing at some lenght. A beard does not. So you have to trim a beard from time to time if you don't want to step on it after some (very long) time.
TShaving doesn't make you hair grow back any thicker, afftec it's colour or it's rate of growth. It's a myth.
Well I don't believe that to be true, though I have heard it cited as a myth before... I always tend to believe my own experiences.
number 3 looked not bad
this might be already a bit much, but still.this maybe too.
Indrid Cold wrote:
You think these beards are too long? :eek2:
It doesn't matter how many people will tell me it's a myth...I know from my own personal experience that it isn't. I trust my own knowledge and observation of my body far, far more than I trust any link which reliably informs me it's a myth, and I'm telling you right now; the hair on my body which has been shaved and waxed grows back noticeably darker and coarser than the hair that has been left alone. The hair on my legs, when left unshaven for a long time, looks completely different now to the way it looked before I started shaving it, and no amount of mythbusting links on the internet will persuade me otherwise.
Doesn't hair that has been shaved look thicker/whatever because when it's shaved, the blade cuts it at its thickest point, so will look more prominent when it starts to grow? Ignore me if that has already been said, I is jetlagged.