Trendy Chic Pubic Hair Styles – How To Dye Grey Pubic Hairs Back To Their Natural Color

Is there really such a thing as a trendy chic pubic hair style? Let this not come as a shock to you but yes, and not only one may I tell you. The call for fashionable pubic hair styles is most common indeed. There was time when shaving pubic hair was only done if you were having an operation or giving birth, but now the operating theatre is not the reason, it is the bedroom. Most women said in recent survey that they have looked to dyeing, shaping and styling their pubic hair to please a partner.
Regular Pubic Hair Styles

Pubic hair styles are fast becoming just as important as the hair style on your head. Popular pubic hair designs is the landing strip, heart shape and triangle patch. Aside from these particular ones, we have the less main stream shaved pubic hair styles like the lightning bolt, diamond shape, or whatever you may have in mind. If you`re adamant and have considered that a new pubic hair style is for you then choose the design carefully because once styling has begun there is no turning back. It has happened many times after the pubic hair is cut down, trimmed and styled, that the woman doesn`t like it, but unfortunately the damage is done and can`t be undone. Correction can only happen when pubic hair grows back to be restyled. Make sure you know what you want; go over and over pubic hair style pictures till you are steadfast and happy with a specific choice.

Pubic hair styles design and descriptions:

Natural – no trimming or upkeep

Trimmed – hair length shortened without shaping

Triangle – hair removed from the sides forming a triangle shape – so that pubic hair cannot be seen while wearing a bikini. This can range from the skimpy edge of the “bikini line” to up to an inch reduction on either side

Landing strip style- hair sharply removed from the sides to form a long centered vertical rectangle, hair length about quarter of an inch

Brazilian waxing/G-wax – pubic hair completely removed except for a remnant, centered, narrow stripe above the vulva about an inch in size, and the hair length in the sub-centimeter range

Full style – Brazilian/Hollywood/Bare – pubic hair visibly gone

More Pubic styles – V-shaped, heart-shaped, arrow, initials, etc. These are usually variations of the Brazilian/G-Wax, where a design is formed of the pubic hair above completely bare vulva

What you need to know about pubic hair and, especially more so if you tend on dying it another color. Pubic hair is defined as the hair in the genital area, in the crotch. In most cases, distinguished pubic hair can be found within 3 years into puberty. Dying pubic hair can have serious complications if you do not know what you are doing. The genital region needs treating with the utmost care. It`s quite alarming of the amount of women that dye their pubic hair unaware of the risk they take. There is no true product that was created with the purpose of coloring pubic hair. In spite of the potential risk and warnings men and women regardless will dye their pubic hair

The most common pubic hair color dealt with is grey – where both genders look to dye their grey pubes back to their natural color, or just in general for a change. (Deeper shade of pubic hair) Do you have grey pubic hair that you wish was back to its natural color? If so let us look at the best and safest way to do this. Always follow hair colorant instructions accordingly to help prevent possible skin irritation of your genital area. If you have an allergic reaction to a particular product you are using then cease the process and rinse colorant off immediately. Do not attempt to retrial the product for a second time.
Below is a guideline for you to follow, however one not to be endorsed without speaking to an expert first. Skin irritation, infections, or other problems can occur so more the reason to check this out.

1.Purchase the hair color product that most represents the natural color of your pubic hair.

2.Pubic hair color is often a deeper shade than the natural color hair on your head. Choose hair color that is a shade deeper than you would choose for the head.

3.Perform a skin patch test to check for an allergic reaction. Some women who regularly color their hair may have done a test but a separate one has to be done also, as we are now dealing with genital skin. It is not worth the risk to attempt to dye pubic hairs without doing this first.

4.Before using your hair product – Use a small amount of petroleum jelly to cover the inner skin of your genitals. Avoid petroleum jelly getting on the hair ready for dyeing.

5.Use gloves.

6.Mix hair color according to instructions.

7.Add an equal amount of moisturizing shampoo to the hair color solution

8.Blend hair color and shampoo together until completely mixed.

9.Generously apply hair color to all grey pubic hairs to be dyed. Avoid rubbing the solution into the skin. It is also important not to allow any solution to soak into the sensitive inner genital areas.

10.Leave on for 10 to 30 minutes. The first time you dye your grey pubic hair, start with the lower end (10 to 20 minutes) of the suggested waiting time.

11.If on your first attempt and you find the color unsatisfactory, try again in about 7 days. Leave ample time between new processes.

12.This procedure is quite safe to use on men’s chest hair and pubic hair, however not ideal for eyebrows or eyelashes. These should be done by the hand of an expert (cosmetologist.)

13.A root touch-up kit gives just the right amount of hair color. The kit will include or should include an applicator brush which is to be used before that of the hands.

14.Washing hair color from your pubic hair is best done in the shower. A hand held shower head is better for the job. To remove petroleum jelly may need more than just warm water. Use unscented soap and a flannel.

Sea Breeze astringent is good for removing hair color from skin. Speak with the pharmacist on this matter at the time of purchasing your hair color. Although home coloring is convenient, it is not always safe, so please be careful and consult your doctor. I suppose you are thinking why talk to your GP because after all, you are only dyeing pubic hair. Yes we know, but it is the doctor you will need if you experience problems. The safest way to dye grey pubic hair is at a hair salon, nevertheless still not 100% guarantee you won`t suffer if the actual process it is not agreeable to you.