Sissy hair removal is a must, if at all possible! Nothing says “girly” like nice, smooth, hairless skin.
I find it so important that sissies and crossdressers under My feminization training are required to become hairless from nose to toes. But I don’t have ownership of all sissies. So to most of you, the best I can do is make a strong suggestion, and hope you follow through.
That said, I know many of you want to be as femme as possible. You’d find the prospect of removing all of your body hair daunting, but exciting! You don’t need to be coerced into the idea of sissy hair removal, but encouraged and guided through a process you look forward to.
I acknowledge that, mostly for reasons of discretion, not everyone has the option of removing their body hair. If you do have the option, however, it willbe useful to you to become informed about the different methods available.
Ready to get silky, gurls?
The Classic in Sissy Hair Removal: Shaving
Shaving is a popular method of sissy hair removal because it’s convenient, and probably a less daunting prospect than other options for gurls unfamiliar with the trappings of feminine grooming. It’s comparatively inexpensive, and while becoming good at it does take some practice, it’s a relatively easy skill to master.
Shaving does, however, have its drawbacks:
- It doesn’t last very long. If you’re going to use shaving as your primary means of sissy hair removal, it’s best to make it part of your every day routine. Ideally, in the shower. Aside from convenience, the steam from the hot water will open pores, maximizing the closeness of the shave.
- Stubble is very uncomfortable. Since it doesn’t last very long, stubble may start to grow back as early as the next day. Needless to say, stubble is itchy! When you get on your elbows and knees for Me to prepare for a good strap-on fucking, I want to see a smooth, clean starfish. If you use shaving to achieve that, imagine how uncomfortable the stubble there could be!
- Ingrown hairs are more likely than with other methods. In order to have your best chance of avoiding them, you’d have to shave in the direction the hair grows. That’s hard to tell sometimes. Even if you can, you’re likely cutting the hair at an angle. This increases the chances of an ingrown. Believe Me, those can be a pain, literally and figuratively.
- It’s easy to cut yourself. That’s self-explanatory. Especially when you’re working on a spot you can’t see well.
This is the method of choice for My own grooming habits, and the one I suggest to most of My feminization pupils. It provides a smooth result second only to electrolysis or laser hair removal techniques, and the results are long-lasting.
I’ve been getting a full body wax since I was 18. At first, it was every six weeks. Today, I only need touch-ups every few months. After a while, the hair strands grow back thinner, more sparse, and more slowly.
It’s best if you get it done professionally. I do. It can be pretty labor intensive if you choose to do it yourself, especially if you’re really hairy. And getting every nook and cranny can be a challenge.
(I also like the thought of a little sissy humiliation via the pretty young woman waxing your clitty, gurly-grapes, and pussy. Don’t you think she’ll know why a “man” wants his whole body waxed? *giggle*)
That said, I’ll repeat that every method has its pros and cons.
If you do get it done professionally, the cost can add up. I believe in investing in beauty, but then, not everyone has this much discretionary income. A full body wax where I get My services, from nose to toes, can be as much as $700, not including gratuity. So it’s definitely an investment.
You can do it yourself, but it’s easy to make mistakes. There’s everything from Sally Hansen wax strip kits that you can purchase from CVS for ten bucks or so, all the way up to professional setups complete with melted wax and cotton strips.
I believe you get what you pay for in this regard, though Sally Hansen is good to have around for touch-ups.
With the expensive setups, I suggest you watch some tutorials on YouTube or some other beauty blog so that you know what you’re doing.
It hurts. At first. Remember that scene from the 40 Year-Old Virgin where Steve Carrell’s character is getting his chest waxed, and cries out “AaaaaaahKellyClarkson”? *giggle*
Well, the lore is that he really does have a hairy chest, and, for authenticities’ sake, really did get his chest waxed. So his reaction was mostly genuine.
There’s no way of getting around it: Whether you do it yourself, or get it done professionally, the discomfort takes some getting used to.
You will get used to it, though. It even begins to objectively hurt less. Either way, a fan of true feminization, just like a Real Woman who is thus inclined, will accept that to a certain extent, s/he must suffer for beauty.
And even more cons
You may have to delay gratification a bit. Even if you’re doing it yourself, because of the discomfort, and the importance of being careful, it’s best to do it a little bit at a time.
If you’re getting it done professionally the above is also true, and can make it more affordable if you break up the visits over time. This means you’ll have to wait to experience being fully sissy-smooth.
It’s not suitable for everything. Every time you get waxed, a layer of skin comes off with the strip. This is fine for your body, and even your chin, but not necessarily the delicate areas around the eyes. You may do okay with it, but, you know, full disclosure. Tweezing or threading are probably better for achieving that perfect feminine eyebrow arch.
Feel up on waxing, sissy? Shall W/e move on?
Laser Hair Removal
The Mercedes of sissy hair removal is probably laser.
Laser treatments work by killing the hair follicle. This technique has pretty much replaced electrolysis in the esthetician trade, and the technology of the method has also improved significantly over the years. It’s permanent, or close to permanent, though some hair might start to grow back from some follicles in a couple of years. But these tend to be finer and more sparse than the original.
Some say that a side benefit of the treatments can be an improvement of skin texture, since it can stimulate collagen production. However:
There are options for at-home use, but their effectiveness varies. The at-home methods are usually careful to say they are meant for use in concert with another hair removal strategy.
It can take several visits to remove the hair from one section of skin, so the cost adds up.
Cost is often at the discretion of the esthetician, and many charge by the visit, adjusting up for the size of the area you’d like laser-ed. I’ve seen some who charge $30 for one session on an armpit, and some who charge $150/visit for the same area.
Sissy Hair Removal Honorable Mentions
You can also try depilatory creams like Veet or Nair, which I suppose have the advantage of being more affordable, like shaving. Frankly, I’m only mentioning these because I know some of My sissies try them. I don’t have much faith in this method. The problem is, they don’t always work. In fact, according to the anecdotes I’ve collected, they rarely do.
Depilatory creams are meant to dissolve the hair right down into the follicle, and when they do work, can achieve a result as impressive as waxing. The problem is, they achieve this with very alkaline chemicals. What often happens is that the hair doesn’t dissolve in the time frame the instructions for use suggest, so gurls leave the cream on longer. This can result in serious chemical burns. Can you imagine wearing your thong all day after burning the hell out of the insides of the cheeks of your ass?
I think not.
And also . . .
Sugaring, which is similar to waxing in technique and results, and which you can either have done professionally (prices are probably comparable with waxing services), or do at home with a sugar or honey paste solution you can make yourself. This is how Queen Cleopatra removed her body hair 2,000 years ago, and that women in many parts of the world have been using ever since.
There are varying opinions on whether or not this is an effective method for those with coarse, dark, or thick hair, but it’s an affordable enough method at home that it’s worth experimenting. Be sure that, like with at home waxing, you look for a how-to tutorial online. You can burn the hell out of yourself with hot sugar if you don’t know what you’re doing.
This concludes My overview of sissy hair removal techniques and options! You may even decide to try a combination of techniques to achieve your best results. But whichever method or methods turn out to suit you best, you can be sure than hairlessness will take you deeper into the feminization experience.