Reader’s post: three styles, freshly made

Here are three pics from the same dear reader showing three different styles, hot off the anvil as you can tell by the hair clippings scattered about! (It’s always a fun moment when you record you new pubic creation for posterity.)

The first of these styles is what we might call the ‘Sensu’ or Japanese Fan style. This involves a fan shaped arch of pubes crowning the bared vulva, reminiscent of those folding ‘sensu’ fans of the East.

Fan style


The second style is a little hard to make out due to the lighting, but it looks to me like a Bermuda Triangle, or possibly Pom Pom. Mind you, with her light colored hair and short crop, the soft indistinct outlines make me want to call this one “Irish Mist”. More

Pubic grooming has a high injury rate, survey reveals

An article in the UK’s Guardian discussed the results of a survey into injuries caused by pubic grooming. The article is full of fascinating details. For example, “the (survey) results reveal that 5,674 out of 7,456 participants reported that they had, at some point, groomed their pubic hair, with almost 67% of men and just over 85% of women saying they had done so… But the study also found that 27% of women and almost 24% of men came a cropper while tidying up their pubic hair, with 1.4% of groomers saying they had had to seek medical attention as a result. ” Yeouch!

Play safe, people!

Reader’s post: keeping in trim

One fact of life is that shaved pubes tend to grow back, so a little maintenance (and a little itchiness) is par for the course. But maintaining a styled bush is part of the fun, especially if the ‘task’ is shared with a partner.

An anonymous reader sent in three delightful HD pics of the results of her maintenance.

In the first pic we she her neat Bermuda Triangle has started to grow out somewhat. In the second she has carefully removed the unwanted hair and neatened up the triangle. In the final picture, she’s taken that trim a few millimeters closer with a fine Short Cut

Thanks so much to the kind contributor for these candid and beautiful close-ups. I’m sure our readers will be impressed.

We hope these wonderful shots inspire more readers to show of their own proud creations.

In praise of Japanese pubic hair

Most Japanese women prefer to leave their pubic hair to grow naturally Underarm hair removal is pretty much the norm, and hair removal salons are widespread. Even the guys are apt to get their chests, arms, legs and even faces waxed, lasered or electrolyzed. But the pubes are generally allowed to flourish unhampered, for various reasons we’ve discussed before.

But maybe one reason for the leaving things as they are is how utterly charming the natural growth can be! To whit, I present this mini gallery of my personal favorite natural Japanese pube style, the Natural Mohecan.

Best seen from the side, in bright sunlight!

Reader’s post: Hummingbird landing

I think a really neat place for a tasteful tattoo is just on the hip, as this dear reader demonstrates with her delightful hummingbird design. Hummingbirds hover just above the petals of a flower to drink up the sweet nectar within!

Sweet nectar


But should this little bird have trouble finding the flower, there’s a helpful Landing Strip below which he can follow down to the inviting blossom beneath!

Thanks to the kind reader for generously contributing these delightful images.

Reader’s post: Top Knots or Pom Poms

These two anonymous contributors are rocking a little pom-pom of pubes that I like to call the Top Knot style.

Pom Pom Tiddly Pom

If the patch of thatch were shorter and squarier, it would be a Chaplin, or Postage Stamp. And if smaller, then according to Lisa’s Taxonomy, it might be The Eye of the Tiger.

Thank you so much for your pics, dear readers.

Reader’s post: more summer shorties

Here’s a follow up to our Summer Cuts post. A couple of anonymous women sent in these pictures of their lady gardens. Both have kept the natural shape of their pubes, but given them a quick trim to achieve a light and summery look that’s as fresh as an ocean breeze.

Short and sweet

Enjoy the summer, people!

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