Grooming arm hair

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  1. wmarson

    wmarson Member

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    Hi. Need some advice ... I have very hairy arms (below the elbow only) and onto the wrist/knuckles. I'd like to clean that up a bit. Is it possible to groom your arm hair without completely shaving them? What are the best methods? Can it be done professionally -- spa, barber shop? Thanks.
     
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    I find the Philips BodyGroom (though a bit expensive) to do a great job. It is simple and has 3 level of closness, does a great job on any body part (below the neck).
     
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    Hi. Need some advice ... I have very hairy arms (below the elbow only) and onto the wrist/knuckles. I'd like to clean that up a bit. Is it possible to groom your arm hair without completely shaving them? What are the best methods? Can it be done professionally -- spa, barber shop? Thanks.

    How about embracing you hairy masculinity, Sean Connery style?
     
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    Hi. Need some advice ... I have very hairy arms (below the elbow only) and onto the wrist/knuckles. I'd like to clean that up a bit. Is it possible to groom your arm hair without completely shaving them? What are the best methods? Can it be done professionally -- spa, barber shop? Thanks.
    Any pair of clippers will do. Put on whatever attachment you want, and trim. I have naturally hairy forearms, too, and that's what I do when it gets out of hand.
     

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