Reader’s post – before, after, and after again

Here’s a delightful set of pictures from an anonymous reader that show the transforming effect of a change of pubic styles.

There was no note with the pictures, but the file names revealed their dates, so I was able to arrange them in order. The pictures show the contributor with a sexy-looking diamond/marquise/teardrop style, then returning to a natural look, before once again returning to the diamond, before letting her hair grow out again.

Some diamonds are not forever.

Some diamonds are not forever.

I asked for before and after pictures, and this kind poster has delivered in double, and given us a terrific portrait of a pubic style changing over the space of four years. My thanks to you, dear reader.

One can’t help but wonder what style you’re wearing now…

Reader’s post – landing strip

My thanks to an anonymous reader who sends in the following photo and message :
“Hey I’m from H…… ,I started reading your website for finding ideas for my pubic hair style. And this is my first time to show others mine here. I’d love to know if guys love it or not b’cos it will b a surprise for my boyfriend (we are having a long distance relationship) so by the time I see him will be 4months later. Please do comment, thanks”

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Well, dear reader, I’m a guy, and I love it!

I must say you’ve done a very professional job – clean straight lines and perfect symmetry. Very sexy and very smart. I’m sure your BF will love it too.

Guys, your comments please!

Sandra Bullock’s pink pubes

Ok, so the story is an old one, but I thought it would be a public service to revive it as a warning to those planning to dye their pubes.

Back in 2010, star Sandra Bullock decided she’d surprise her boyfriend on Valentine’s Day with a pink heart pubic style. Things went painfully wrong after the bleaching. Full article here, and another one here.

In the pink

In the pink

As the pictures show, dying can be done safely and effectively. But be sure to use a pube-safe dye, and follow the instructions carefully.

Reader’s post – three trimmed quims

We’ve had a mini-flood of anonymous contributions this past week, with pictures sent in by three different readers.

Our first contributor says “Hello :). I just wanted to share what I’ve been doing to my pubic hair lately.” Well, thank you for sharing. I’m sure our readers will very much appreciate these nicely shot pictures of your ‘short cut’ style. Is that perhaps a subtle heart motif you have there?

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Our second poster writes “Hi! Im J…! I’m from A…… and decided to go bald today after reading your blog! Feeling so smooth, & think it looks great, but I have to wait until redness goes away… What do you think? Aren’t labia great? Thanks for the blog!”


Thanks to you, J from A, for sending in this picture of your new Full Monty style. I agree, it looks great! I hope the redness has gone by now and you’re enjoying the new smooth you. I’m so glad you’re enjoying the blog.


Unique looks

Today’s models all have one thing in common – a unique pubic style.
And tan-lines… Ok, that’s two things.

The first picture shows a very unique look indeed – a horizontal bar just below the knicker-line,perhaps marking the northern boundary line of her natural pubes.

Our second model has gone for a very geometric look. Where one might be tempted to go for a simple triangle, she’s opted for what I believe is a ‘trapezoid’, if I recall my school geometry classes correctly.

Think different!

Think different!

The third style almost defies labeling – a kind of inverse diamond with a subtle cleft running down the center…I think it looks like a deer-hoof print.

And our final style is an extreme v cut, shaped precisely to match the tan lines of her 80’s style bikini bottoms. Are those set for a comeback?

Have you an unusual style you’d like to share?

A letter from Japan

Some time back, I posted on the subject of pubic styles in Japan, and the relative lack of popularity of the practice. This prompted a pubicstyle reader in Japan to share her insights into why the idea of pubic styling is still a novelty there (Thanks to reader Plato for putting us in touch).

She says (and I paraphrase a little)..

“I think that most Japanese women don’t think pubic hair is very important. They don’t have an opinion about the design of their pubic hair. But I think that is changing recently, especially the young generation.

When I was a child, my mother always said to me ‘you should hide your pubic hair at the baths or in the changing room. It is good manners.’ So I cover up with a towel or people might think I was vulgar. Especially the older generation.

Demonstrating proper towel etiquette at the hot spring

Demonstrating proper towel etiquette at the hot spring

But as I say, it is changing because we can get a lot of information about everything. Some Japanese women have been influenced by the TV show ‘Sex And The City’. One of my friends told me that she was interested in Bikini waxing because she saw it on ‘Sex And The City’.


Reader’s post – wild at heart

Today’s reader’s post features the delightful Heart style.

This series of candid snapshots sent in by a kind reader shows off her heart-shaped pubes from a variety of angles.

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As you can see, this cute young lady keeps her labia majora totally hair-free from the clitoral hood down, has trimmed the pubic hair on her mons pubis quite short, and then styled it into the shape of a heart.

To my eye, there’s also perhaps the shape of hummingbird wings to the style in the first three pictures. In any case, it’s a charming and sexy look.

Many thanks to you, dear reader, for your anonymous post.

Keep them coming!

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