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While we are the subject of hair removal - help with my wild fanjo - TMI

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allmyfriendsaremarried Sat 06-Aug-11 21:21:04

I wouldn't normally discuss this sort of thing but this seems like a pretty anonymous way to ask a question that has been bugging me. I would like to remove my bush as it were but am struggling with the 'lips'. They sort of roll inwards. I've mainly tried shaving but as I am blind without my glasses and have a very small shower cubicle, no bath. I find if I manage it the stubbly regrowth seems to cause thrush. yuck. I am wary of Nair/Veet as my fanjo doesn't like anything other than water (cue more thrush) and with my lips rolling in then some will definately get unless I sit holding it all open. Any suggestions?

rushofbloodtothefeet Sat 06-Aug-11 21:23:47

Don't you think it is trying to tell you something?

allmyfriendsaremarried Sat 06-Aug-11 21:29:42

Well yes I can see what you are getting at but I would like to tame it some how. I would feel a bit more confident with it being neat. I don't want to be like those girls of that Smack The Pony sketch with it all hanging out around a bikini etc or taking down my pants if I get a bloke and it sort of exploding outwards!

MynameisnotEarl Sat 06-Aug-11 21:31:29

What rushofblood said. Leave it in peace smile

TattyDevine Sat 06-Aug-11 21:31:35

Leave your poor fanjo alone then. Not helpful but they are supposed to be hairy...

Unless you want to try and epilate it with an epilator...

MynameisnotEarl Sat 06-Aug-11 21:32:49

If you must, try this, it's very gentle as it leaves some hair behind, even on the lowest setting.

allmyfriendsaremarried Sat 06-Aug-11 21:38:07

MynameisnotEarl - I have got a similar thing to that, the one from that advert with lots of bushes in different shapes. Eugh looks like am destined to be a hairy mary. I really don't like it. sad
Am so envy of you all with your nicely veeted/waxed fanjos

Butterflybows Sat 06-Aug-11 22:32:27

How about using nail scissors (not curved ones) to carefully give it a trim? It'll neaten it up and not irritate the area. It isn't as difficult as it may seem.

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