I am, perhaps, uniquely unqualified to talk about shaving with a safety razor. I am a person that occasionally shaves my legs. When I started my zero waste journey, switching away from plastic razors seemed like a simple, extremely effective way to get started.
Morgan Mikenas remembers feeling super self-conscious about her leg hair as a pre-teen. But the year-old fitness blogger made a decision last year — she's done shaving her body hairand she's not going to apologize for that. In fact, Morgan wants to encourage other people to make that change too, if that's something they are interested in.
She used to obsessively shave after bullies laughed at her hairy legs. A fitness blogger has shared photographs of her hairy legs and armpits in the hope it will inspire others to embrace their natural beauty. Morgan Mikenas has more than 7, followers on Instagram, where she posts about her incredible fitness regime and transformation after she took up bodybuilding.
As warmer weather approaches, more and more of us are daring to go bare—with our legs, that is. The last thing you want to feel is stubble — especially if you just shaved your legs earlier that day. The key to a closer shave is exfoliating beforehand. This will get rid of the skin cells and other debris that can trap hair and clog the razor, preventing a smooth shave.
All opinions are totally my own. Because we all know that while the dudes just go strong for NoShaveNovember, we ladies stick it out. You feel me?
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This week, for the first time in six months, I was able to go for a bike ride wearing shorts instead of winter tights. Now I'm considering an even more radical concession to my favourite sport — shaving my legs. Gerald Ciolek, who won last month's prestigious Milan — San Remo race riding for MTN-Qhubekaa South African team sponsored by a charity that provides bikes to children in rural communitiessaid:.
Skip navigation! Leg hair is a completely natural, innocuous part of the body. It doesn't get in the way of anything, cause any unpleasant sensations, or create any sort of problem.