Look Laser Smooth With These Summer Grooming Trends

Posted by brainjmedia03 on Thursday, June 6, 2019

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Just like fashion trends, grooming trends change with each season, each year, and each generation. This summer’s most popular “down there” grooming trends are no exception. For bikini wearers, brief enthusiasts, or nude bathers, consider each of these trends, but ultimately just do what feels best for you.

Neat and Natural

Many folks have simply aged out of the trend of an all bare pubic area, but maintaining a neatly trimmed mons is still a necessity, particularly in the summer when bathing suits can reveal all. For folks in this category, laser hair removal to keep stray hairs from creeping past your suit’s reach may be a good option.

Bare Down There

A bald bikini area may not be for everyone but if it’s for you, there’s no better option than laser hair removal. Waxing and shaving are temporary solutions that often lead to ingrown hairs and skin irritation. Laser hair removal will ensure a neat, smooth pubic area with none of the same side effects as waxing, sugaring, or shaving.

Playboy Throwback

A simple landing strip, made popular by early 90s erotica, is a perfect balance of coverage and sleekness. Laser hair removal ensures a neat, clean strip without obtrusive ingrown hairs or uncomfortable irritation.

Laser Smooth Company is proud to perform hair removal for all individuals, in all areas of the body. We are located in Gresham, Oregon. Our clinic features the LightSheer Duet, the newest and most innovative laser hair removal system. Visit our Services page and to learn more about our laser hair removal treatments.

Call Laser Smooth Company Today for a Free Consultation!

 

Categories: Hair care tips, laser hair removal, Laser Hair Removal Treatment, Light Sheer Duet, permanent hair removal, shaving, skin care tips, spring skin care, summer skin care

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