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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

No More Razor Bumps…..Down There!

When you talk about “hair down there”, I have tried it all: shaving, waxing, honey waxing, sugaring (someone even tried threading...ouch). I finally found something that doesn’t irritate my skin and doesn’t leave those unsightly bumps.
Drum roll please……… It’s MAGIC: Shaving Powder.
It is so easy to use and the results are the same as when you get freshly waxed.
First you make a paste by mixing the powder with equal parts water. It smells a little like permanent solution (for those of us who used to rock the perm-yikes!)
After you make it, you apply it on the hair you want removed. You can actually design how you want your hair to look.
Then, you leave it on for about 5 minutes, making sure the paste stays moist. (I reapply the paste several times throughout the 5 minutes).
Lastly, you scrape off the paste with a spatula (I use the blunt side of a butter knife), and off come all of your little hairs. Rinse. Presto! Smooth and bump free.
It only lasts a few days, but the convenience of being able to do it at home and attain bump free skin is worth the added maintenance.
You can purchase MAGIC: Shaving Powder in New York City at Ricky’s and Duane Reade’s. For anyone who has tried it all, like me, this may just be the answer to all your "hair down there” needs.
(Please see Kimberly’s blog: RAZOR BUMPS ..follow up, March 4, 2007, for product pictures and online ordering)

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Sunday, March 4, 2007

RAZOR BUMPS ..follow up


OK, so I still get asked this and once again I mentioned the stuff, in the can, that has a lid like a paint can...it is for black men. OK, so I found it!!!! And it is called MAGIC...and that's how it works. like magic!. Its like Nair, but apparently better. My friend who was also a dancer with thick black hair (all over)said it was the only thing that worked on a daily basis. She used a card(like a credit card) to do the "shaving" part.
Here a link to the product on drugstore.com and other places. Good luck!

With skin conditioners

Regular

Scented...although it might be a "manly" scent

EXTRA strength!

Just a suggestion though...I personally have never tried it, but I worked with her and saw the results myself...pretty good!

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Thursday, December 28, 2006

Banish razor burn and bumps...how to shave the bikini line



I often had girls at work ask me how I did it. I NEVER got razor burn, except once in a blue moon. So I will share my secret...although not everything works for everyone. I have heard all kinds of remedies; from post-shave using: balmex, a.h.a.'s , deodorant, and over the counter aides sold with waxing kits. Then there are those who wax. Then there are those use certain things to shave with: baby oil, shave gels, shave creams, dove soap. Others use a new razor every time. Other actually plucked individual hairs with tweezers (and yes Ive done this. not as bad as you think). Others use a product sold to prevent beard bumps. Me, I did the same thing every time.
I shaved my bikini line in the shower. However it would be the LAST thing I did in the shower. I used a new razor every 3rd shave. I would use a net loofah (the kind the have at bath and body works) and scrub really hard. Then I apply shave cream, then shave, pulling skin tight. First in the direction of growth, then against it...which I know is a major no-no for some. Keep the skin tight! But it works for me... to get a really smooth shave. Then I pat dry, and apply lotion with oil in it. Nivea works great. Then let the lotion dry before you get dressed. Its the scrubbing that works. When I skipped this step...I got in trouble.

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