So, seeing as we don't have a dedicated "personal grooming" section, I thought I'd post this here.
I am a martyr to nasal hair growth, gets worse as I get older.
I swear some days it's like The Jackson Five and Don King are trying to climb out of my schnozzle.
I've tried a number of things, tiny scissors, the buzzy trimmer things etc.
On the rare occasions that I go for a "Turkish shave" at the barbers, they do something cunning with a naked flame, which I do not have the stones to try myself.
Anyway, most of the remedies I try either don't work very well or cause residual pain inside the nose.
Can anyone recommend any products or techniques for pain free nasal hair management?
Right, those look like they'd hurt.
I'm not sure I can drink enough beers to get my head around this thread...
Just wait until @Bosstralian gets on this topic after the Friday night beers........
I think the problem is not men shaving nowadays, but the assumption we have to. I wouldn't have gotten any of my jobs if I showed my hairy armpit during the interview.
AJ, a helluva lot of younger guys do shave their legs now.
Particularly swimmers and cyclists.
Why are men's hairy legs acceptable and women's are not? Says she looking at her legs and thinking she can't wear a skirt until she has sorted them!
And I should probably go to bed now...
Not many know this about me. 😋
Why do you guys get to speak freely about your unwanted body hair, and I feel that talking about mine is not appropriate?
Gender equality my ass.
I'm a faded red head and a recurrent thick, almost black hair keeps growing on my areola, right side. No way of getting rid of it. Thankfully I'm ages past breastfeeding.
I can manage the nostril hair, but what do I do about the hair that grows on the bridge of my nose?
I know, we're letting daylight in upon magic, right?
But do you think we just fall out of bed looking this good?
There's a lot of work goes in.......
This is the weirdest...
I deal with lugs with that Imac or Veet or whatever it's called now, works quite well.
I think I need to invest in a better quality trimmy thing, mine's pretty rubbish.
Got a Philips thingy from the significant other for my 50th a while ago. Obviously telling me something. Coincidentally conked out last week after 10 years occasional use so I got a similar replacement from Boots. Does lugs and eyebrows too. Latter using a little attachment. Was a bit nervous doing the brows first time but worked a treat.
I found out this week how waxing works... Like, men getting 'down there' waxed... I was like whaaaat?
This is both the weirdest and the bravest thread, I didn't know we were this close....
Pain-free would only be stuffing the hair back in, or maybe grow a mustache and let both blend into one hideous style. 😉
Ah, the joys of impending old age. I use a little Phillips brand tool that takes an AA battery (or 2?) that is for nasal hair removal. It works well, although not 100%. Once a month or so does the trick for me.
I have a bigger issue with ear hair. I have jug handles on the sides of my noggin and as I get older they get furrier and furrier. The worst is when I can HEAR the hair moving in the wind... Drives me bonkers.