Shaving Legs

Tesseract Allen0
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Shaving Legs

Postby Tesseract Allen0 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:16 pm

OMG. Shaved my legs a couple of days ago and wish I knew what a wonderful feeling
hairless legs can give.
Pantyhose, jeans, shorts and especially my nighties feel fantastic against my skin.
I know I will need to constantly keep at it but I do feel it is well worth the
effort.

My wife is freaking out as she thought she had married a Man's Man. Might take a while
for her to accept this next step in my experimentation. Wearing body suits, pantyhose
and panties under my shirts, jeans and steel capped boots with painted toe nails
(bright red) and clear polish on my finger nails. She is constantly on edge in fear of
people finding out.
I am just loving the feeling and exhilaration and wish I could ditch my jeans and steel
caps for a skirt and heeled boots.

noeleena0
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby noeleena0 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:24 pm

Heyyy Sue!! Happy for you, bet that felt amazing!!

xx

Eva Marie0
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Eva Marie0 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:27 pm

Completely shaved my legs a couple weeks ago and it looked and felt great. The hair has
been growing back slowly. Fortunately my wife has not noticed yet but she will have a
real fit if she does.

Debbie V1
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Debbie V1 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:30 pm

That's what I love about being single Shaved legs and most body hair all year
round lol

Eric1
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Eric1 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:35 pm

Hi Girls,

I just signed up and am looking forward to adding my input. I have been shaving my legs
for 6 years now. I've always been on the Girly side, but a bad infection in my leg
meant I now have to wear support stockings. There was no argument on my side. It just
seriously pushed the gender button in me, anyway, I find that not only do the hose feel
better when my legs are shaved, but they actually stay up better. Now I don't have the
hair working like a ratchet pulling them down with every movement.

Jackie

Jesse Six161
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Jesse Six161 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:36 pm


kneeforu0
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby kneeforu0 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:36 pm

My excuse when I first started was Restless Leg Syndrome (which I have). I just said
that the hairs tickle me at night and it makes it 10x worse. Shaving seems to help.

Debbie V1
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Debbie V1 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:37 pm

I been shaving my legs for about three years now. My wife got used to it and no one has
ever said anything to me when I wear shorts in the summer. I thought someone might but
never been asked.


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LeaP230
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby LeaP230 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:38 pm

Oh my god I remember how amazing it felt the first time I ever fully shaved the legs.
The silky smoothness was nearly intoxicating and made me realize why so many women put
the effort in to keep the legs shaven. Although it's frustrating for those of us who
have plenty of thick dark hair which is already stubbly by the next day.

blue121
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby blue121 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:38 pm

Totally with you there Isabela!!! The feeling is to die for, especially when
rolling on the pantyhose

Haggard3160
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Haggard3160 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:39 pm

My legs are sensitive to the blade of a razor. I want to try something that won't tear
them up. I already have scars on my knees from incidents when I was young (falling from
attempts of riding a bike). Any suggestions on either shaving, or shaving alternatives?

shell0
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Re: Shaving Legs

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Nellie T1
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Nellie T1 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:41 pm

katiepie, buy a good razor w/ 4 or 5 blades, and some sensitive skin shaving
cream.. bad shaving experiences are usually from bad shavers..
And suenz, my wife was not as bad about me shaving my legs as she was my chest and
armpits. if your wifr has issues about you shaving, ask her why does she
care what others think. doesnt she want your happiness as much as you

ogaby20070
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby ogaby20070 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:42 pm

So it was only awful so far as the initial shave which took like 4 different showers to
shave my legs fully. It was like a logger taking out a forest. My first razor was an
off brand 3 blade razor, which was not really good at all.
Then once I got a decent paycheck I bought a nice three blade razor that has the
sensitive bar attached, and shaving gel for sensitive skin. Haven't had problems since
that first shave.

Kate♥

Dath850
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Dath850 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:42 pm

Hey Kate,
thought about epilating... bit ouchy first time, but epilating every couple of weeks
(or when hair growth is about a couple of mm's (can be plucked)) gets less "ouchy",
always most comfortable doing after a hot shower...

Just throwing an Idea to save those razor cuts and prickly re-growth.

L Katy

mrx1230
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Re: Shaving Legs

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carolyn todd203
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Re: Shaving Legs

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rachelatshop129
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby rachelatshop129 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:45 pm

I used to shave my legs in my twenties for bicycle racing. The last few years
when the girl inside demanded it I started again. I noticed that in recent years
there are large patches on my lower legs where no hair grows, probably due to extended
use of beta blockers to control my blood pressure.

It took a few weeks for my wife to really notice, and she had no problems with
it. No one else has ever really noticed.

Miss_Lisa0
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Miss_Lisa0 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:46 pm

I haven't thought to use an epilator. Though I'll have to wait until at least payday to
check on that.

Thank you Katrina.

Let's all climb aboard the choo choo train to happiness
Kate♥

Periwinkle112
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Re: Shaving Legs

Postby Periwinkle112 » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:47 pm

[quote]
And suenz, my wife was not as bad about me shaving my legs as she was my chest and
armpits. if your wife has issues about you shaving, ask her why does she
care what others think. doesn't she want your happiness as much as you try to
make her happy, but thi


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