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x0xjoltedx0x
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hey for shaving would you recomend a normal shaver or electric shaver....
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x0xjoltedx0x
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oh because i used my eletric shaver for my armpits and it let burn...do what would i do to provent those....
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sublime_15
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I have an electric razor, but i never use it because it sounds like a really really loud vibrator and I dont want my parents thinking I'm up to something weird in the bath.

So I use dispoasble razors, I dont really remmeber which one was better because i didnt really shave that much with my electric one.

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Hmm...I never considered using an electric shaver for my shaving needs. But, I've been using disposables since I first began shaving, and I've had no big issues with them. I tend to use the dirt cheap, 5-in-a-bag ones, like BIC or Gillette for women or something, but there are other fancier ones out there that people tend to prefer for less of a likelihood of cutting yourself. Venus was popular a little while ago, and I have many people who will attest to the fact that they follow the contours of your body better.

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Gumdrop Girl
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If you want ppl's opnions of razors, check this out http://www.scarleteen.com/forum/Forum1/HTML/002513.html

As for electric, I could never get a decent shave out of them. however, I find them to be excellent for trimming pubic hair (what I like to call a "southern buzzcut")

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Electric razors are easy, painless and quick. As with everything, it has its downfalls. The shave isn't quite as close. And it hurts like a mother under your armpits.
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x0xjoltedx0x
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thanks for all those i see what work...and stuff
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Atticus Girl
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I would recommend trying out those brand new Intuition razors that recently came out
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