Muff taxonomy

A kind reader dropped this extensive chart of pubic styles into the dropbox, together with a message:

Massive chart of pubic styles

Massive chart of pubic styles

The message read “Hi, you can call me Lisa! So I see u posted a kind of catalog recently. I found an image with styles on the web and added some more styles to it. My girls here helped me name some of them.”

Thank you Lisa and the girls for contributing this comprehensive catalog. I love the creative names of some of the styles!

3D pube gallery

A kind anonymous contributor has sent in this labor of love – a 3d rendered gallery of pubic variations. If you look carefully you can see the pubes are no mere texture applied over a wireframe model; there’s three dimensions to the actual muffin.

3D styles gallery

3D styles gallery – click to enlarge

What the cross referenced letters refer to, I do not know. Perhaps so you can print it out, take it down to your waxing salon and say “Give me the 4G!”
Many thanks to the original poster!

Reader’s post – postage stamp

An anonymous reader sends in this delightful picture of her Postage Stamp or “Chaplin” style. She leaves a mysterious message: “My first ls.”

What, I wonder, does ‘ls’ stand for? But who cares, when the result is as cute and sexy as this?

Click to enlarge

Click to enlarge

If you’d like to share your new pubic style with the blog, please use our anonymous dropbox. You can drop pictures and text messages into the box in complete anonymity. We won’t even know what country you’re posting from unless you leave a message.

UPDATE: As several commentators have suggested, ‘ls’ must mean Landing Strip! How could I have missed that? Well, whether we call it a landing strip, a postage stamp, a Chaplin, a patch or a Square style, I think we’d all agree it looks damn sexy in this photo. Thanks again to the original poster.

Women’s favorite styles – poll

Time to close out our second poll, which asked the question “Ladies, what is your favorite style?” And here are the results:

In last place, with a mere 2% of the vote, is the vajazzle. Despite the media hype, the idea of glitter down under doesn’t seem too popular. I guess something that’s this much hard work is just for special occasions.


#6 – Vajazzle


Tan lines

Summer is coming (if you’re in the Northern hemisphere) and nothing says ‘summer’ like tan lines.

The pale triangle left by your bikini bottoms adds a extra layer of design and geometry to your pubic style. It also highlights your pubes like a spotlight on a work of art.

Here we see the effect of a tan on a range of styles from a natural bush to a full Brazillian.

Tan lines

Tan lines

Classic style – the Landing Strip

An anonymous reader says “Hello from Rome, Italy!” and sends me a collection of some of their favorite Landing Strip pics, extracted from the interwebs.

Landing Strip style (click to enlarge)

Landing Strip style (click to enlarge)

Some beautiful examples there, kind reader. Thanks! The lady on the far left has started her landing strip somewhere below the clitoral hood, but the middle two have gone for perhaps the more traditional starting point.

The Landing Strip is currently ranked as the third most popular style among women, according to our ongoing poll.

The lady on the right has somehow achieved a natural looking feathered edge to her landing strip, giving it a very soft and charming look. I wonder how she did that?

I first posted on the Landing Strip way back in 2010, and have looked at the variations from time to time. But this reader’s contribution has prompted me to think that it’s high time I revisited each of the classic styles, one by one. Watch this space…..

Holý spodek!

A kind reader dropped the following image into my dropbox, showing what appears to be the same woman sporting a wide variety of styles.



The captions appear to be in Czech, and with the help of online translation engines I managed to come up with the following translations:

Top row:
Full bush, Shortened full bush, Large divot, Bikini line, Aligned and short

Second row:
Aligned full length, Small divot, Bare bottom, Arrow, Clamshell

Bottom row:
Super clamshell, Valentine’s Day heart, Triangle, (drneček), Bare

Couldn’t for the life of me figure out ‘drneček’. Perhaps a Czech speaking reader can help me out?

The same poster also sent a bunch of their own pics, which I’m sorting through and hope to post soon.

Thanks, anonymous poster!

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