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Should Men Shave or Trim Leg Hair? You {Won't Believe} What Women Say!

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In this video men's style, grooming, fitness and lifestyle expert, Aaron Marino of IAmAlphaM, AaronMarino, and Pete & Pedro is discussing the comments from his video where his hairless legs where shown. He is puzzled how someone's grooming preferences could lead to comments about being gay when being gay means liking the same sex!?!? Or that commenters think that calling someone gay is an insult. Aren't we over that? It blows Alpha's mind!

Alpha says that a Men's Health 600 men poll said that 33.1% of men trim hair and 15.3% completely shave their legs. That's nearly 50% of men managing the length of their leg hair.  Now 28.5% of women like a man who trims his leg hair and 22.2% like a man with clean shaven legs. Once again, it's split down the middle.

Leave in the comments below this YouTube video whether you are (1) shaven (2) trimmed (3) wearing hair chaps!

Alpha Tips | Why should you shave your legs?

  1. You'll see more leg muscle definition
  2. If you manscape without shaving your legs, you'll look like you're wearing 'hair chaps' when naked
  3. Feels good without the hair friction

 

Removal and trimming options:

  1. Nothing
  2. Trimming
  3. Stubble
  4. Shave
  5. Wax
  6. Hair removal cream

 

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How to Clean Up Your Manscaping Mess -
December 31, 2013
 Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube Should you prepare to go bare or trim? Yes, you need to pre-think your grooming strategy and make sure your grooming is easy to clean up. Aaron Marino of alpha m. presents solutions to the pube falling situation: Remove bath mat and allow all to fall on the floor. Use dust pan and broom to clean-up. Lay something on the ground, straddle, then manscape. Options aRead More»
Manscaping | Depilatory Creams -
September 10, 2013
Subscribe to Alpha M. on YouTube As you know, Alpha's been doing a series of videos on manscaping and hair removal options. As a result, he gets a bunch of emails about hair removal creams. Aaron Marino of alpha m. says that there are other brands of hair removal creams than Nair. Keep in mind that these are the same ole creams that women have been using for years. Here's how to use it: rub the crRead More»
Manscaping | All About Getting Waxed  -
March 9, 2012
Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses body hair removal via waxing. First off, how to select a good place to get waxed? Personal recommendations are a good way. Also, you could Google "Brazilian wax ________ (your location)". Go to a place that specializes in waxing rather than a place that simply offers the service along with the rest of their services. In regard to feeling uncomfortable, a place thRead More»
Manscaping | To Scape or Not to Scape  -
December 21, 2011
That is the question today’s men are faced with.  Traditionally, hair has been a part of a man’s identity, symbolizing masculinity and a coming of age.  Other than our face, hairless, smooth skin was usually reserved for women only. Well, gone are the days when women alone have that option.  Men are now permitted to “manscape” as little or as much as they’d like.  From eyebrows to buRead More»

Manscaping | Plucking, Clippers, Shaving, Waxing, Electrolysis, Laser -
December 11, 2011
Manscaping Tools Enter Code IAMXXLB for 10% Off Aaron Marino of alpha m. discusses some hair removal options which some are quick, some are slower, some are painless, and some are not: Plucking is good for single hair removal and tight spaces. Hair clippers are for covering big areas of your body. Be careful if it's your first time because you can cut yourself. Shaving is great for short hairs onRead More»

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