Reddit Reddit reviews Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 3100, Shave and trim with back attachment, BG2034

We found 22 Reddit comments about Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 3100, Shave and trim with back attachment, BG2034. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 3100, Shave and trim with back attachment, BG2034
Extra-long back attachment makes it easier to shave your backRounded trimming combs comfortably glide over the skin while trimming even the thickest hairShave head prevents nicks and cuts while capturing long and short hairs in a single stroke3 combs included for different body hair lengthsA great gift, the bodygroomer's maintenance-free blades self-sharpen to ensure a precise, even trim and shave every time50mins cordless use/8h charge
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22 Reddit comments about Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 3100, Shave and trim with back attachment, BG2034:

u/lidlredridinghood · 17 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

This is what my partner suggested, and he's the type to do soooo muuuch research and compare everything. Apparnetly this is the version that porn stars use... :) I've used it for the last year, and it's been chill. Slower than a razor, but I don't cut myself, and less razor burn issues, although it's still a thing.

u/uiucmike · 16 pointsr/UIUC

wow thx <3 <3 <3

But honestly, literally anyone can be attractive. If that's a major roadblock for you to improve your social skills, do soemthing about it; give yourself a makeover! Following is subjective, I guess, but..

Get a good haircut. 90% of the time, that just means "short on the sides, longer on top". LookAfter on green is really good. You could probably just be like "yo hook me up" and they can give you something trendy. Put this in your hair. Shower in the morning, and blowdry it instead of letting it air dry.

Revamp your wardrobe. Get tighter clothes. A pair of these will get you far. If you can button them without causing lots of physical pain to yourself, they aren't too tight (and they will stretch). Try to avoid washing jeans in the washing machine. If you do, air dry them. If your jeans fit well, chances are they won't after you run them through the dryer.

Stay away from gym shoes. A pair of black and a pair of white vans will take you a long way.

Stay away from overusing graphic tees. Grey is a great colour that looks good on everyone. Black and other dark colours are good too. Sweatshirts usually look p good as long as they are a tight fit. Henleys are easy and lit too.

Stay away from cargo shorts. Tight, coloured, mid-thigh shorts are "in" and look better. Looser but still short & thin neutral-coloured shorts are ez too. Especially for spring/summer.

Most of the stuff from Express, H&M, Zara, sometimes A&F, etc. is good.

Qt, bold briefs/boxer briefs from calvin klein, aussiebum, etc. are lit too. People won't often see them, obviously, but it's an easy confidence boost.

Don't discount the importance of being confident. Milo Yiannopoulos isn't actually that attractive, but he is 110% confident, so he tricks you into adding like 4 points. Fix your posture. Sit up straight, stand up straight w/ your shoulders back. Your body will feel better, and you will come off much more confident. Body language is important. The same is true about smiling more, etc.

Take care of your teeth. Crest Whitestrips can save your life if you are a soda/coffee drinker. Floss twice a day, maybe get a tongue brush.

Keep your body hair under control with one of these and a decent razer. Another thing that people only will see if you wear like a real deep v-neck or unbuttoned Henley or when you are sexing, but a confidence booster nonetheless.

Keep your hygiene up to par. Shower often, wash thoroughly (a loofah or washcloth is a good investment) with some kind of good-smelling body wash, wear deodorant, and get some kind of cologne that isn't axe (one of the < $30 ones from Amazon is fine). Also, idk why straight boys often don't wash their butthole, but wash your butthole.

Take care of your skin. This will save your life. If you have acne and that doesn't work well enough, invest in a proactiv subscription or something. You will look and feel much better. Don't be afraid of concealer to cover up some particularly egregious blemishes. Idk anything about makeup brands, but something like this (except that matches your skin tone) is great because it doubles as a mild acne treatment. This (or any spray product with Salicylic acid) will help immensely if you have body acne.

Get in shape. You will look and feel better! You sound like you don't have much time to go to the gym, which is fine. Muscly, skinny and toned, or super skinny are all "trendy" looks. Just avoid dad bod. Skinny can be achieved just through diet and optionally doing body weight exercises at home (crunches, pushups, etc.) or getting a pair of weights. Most importantly, make sure the fit of your clothes matches your body. All of those 3 benefit from snug fits. Dad bod "benefits" from a looser fit, but that's because your clothes are trying to hide your body shape rather than accentuate it, hence why it isn't ideal.

Before interviews/career/fairs/going on a date/whatever other important event, max all this out. Aside from looking good, you will feel good, and you will have a much easier time being confident. When talking to recruiters, especially during the interview, I find that when you feel good about yourself, nerves dissipate hardcore to the point where even when you are stuck, you don't really get that sinking feeling in your stomach. Smile and nod a lot, sell yourself with your strong, confident energy. If you seem like a fun person to work with (and look at), that can make up for a lot of your "faults".

I got all of my interviews that I got at the Expo this year wearing shorts and flip-flops (went during lunch break at work, so didn't have time to change). Just be a chill, happy, and humble dude/dudette, but own the fact that you feel good about yourself. Ppl dig that, especially when a lot of kids are in the same situation you are (ie. don't feel attractive or comfortable talking to people, or their whole life is just academics).

Edit: Oops also do your eyebrows and keep your facial hair in check.

u/Dajbman22 · 13 pointsr/AskMen

I mean if you're ok with just trim, not all gone (full shaving is a lot to ask some guys), buy him this groomer.

It works great and my wife really likes how it looks with the #3 comb.

u/TA_DL · 8 pointsr/ABDL

Personally, I find shaving with a regular razor to be too much of a hassle to bother with. I get bad razor burn, which padding only makes worse :(

One alternative as baby_pug mentioned is using an electric clipper with adjustable length to trim down to as short as possible. You won't be totally hairless, but it looks and feels pretty close, especially if you keep it trimmed every couple of days.

I've also had really good results with a [Philips Bodygroom] ( trimmer - you use it in the shower, using shaving gel. It gives a really close shave, but leads to much, much less irritation than a regular razor shave for me. No idea why, but it's really good. Works everywhere over the body (it's specifically designed to work on 'sensitive' regions).

I've experimented with hair removal creams too, but have never been satisfied with the results. Either the chemicals are too harsh and irritate the skin, or they're too weak and you're left with hit-and-miss results. I wouldn't recommend, but if you do decide to go this route, then make sure you do a patch test on the inside of your elbow or somewhere else equally sensitive first, at least 24 hours before you go ahead and put the stuff on your privates!

But, hands down, the best results I've ever had with nether region hair removal has been by being professionally waxed in a salon. This might not be an option for you depending on where you are located, but most big cities will have at least one salon offering 'intimate male waxing'. It also takes ... err... balls to go and have your balls waxed, but the results are amazing, and totally worth the expense and the pain involved. If you have a good technician, then it shouldn't be too painful. Don't get me wrong, it will hurt, but the results justify the few minutes of unpleasantness. I have literally never felt so smooth in my adult life. How long it lasts will depend on your body, but for me it lasts at least two months after treatment. When the hair does re-grow, it's smooth and fine with minimal irritation.

Aftercare is really important once you get waxed, you'll need to avoid padding up, working out or having sex for a day or two whilst the skin settles down, and you'll also need a decent routine of exfoliation to make sure that the pores don't get clogged up with dead skin or oil.

If anyone is interested, I can pull together some extra tips and things to consider when looking for a waxing salon :)

u/SwoleFox · 7 pointsr/steroids

I got a body groomer and I am never going back to shaving, look into it man.

u/throwaway194526 · 3 pointsr/gay

Body shave gel... swimmers use it, safe everywhere. Gilette body is good.

Usually better to use body razor/trimmer (face hair and body hair are different), but a regular one will "get the job done".

I got a personal shaver to get what was left, use with talc (optional)

Lastly, follow with Shaveworks The Cool Fix to reduce irritation/bumps

If you want your hole beight and shiny like a porn star's ass, bumper brite supposedly lightens the hole for a more even/smoothed out skin tone

Source: literally my meet-prep kit when i swam (light competitive). Minus bumper brite, im not sure about that, and idk what the long-term use side effects are, use with caution.

u/DruRick · 2 pointsr/naturalbodybuilding

I picked up this Norelco electric shaver on /u/danny_b87 recommendation. It is very good and all you need in terms of shaving as it is designed to take care of hair "from the neck down."

As far as when, the sooner the better is fine. I personally waited no more than 8 weeks out just to make sure I didn't have weird skin reactions.

u/SilverlightPony · 2 pointsr/asktransgender

The one I have is the previous version of this.

u/_OldBay · 2 pointsr/malefashionadvice

I know this is a late response but I use this

Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 3100, Shave and trim with back attachment, BG2034

u/nelsonmavrick · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

I got a Norelco Bodygroomer. Love it, it makes it hard to mess up.

Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 3100, Shave and trim with back attachment, BG2034

u/Captain_Fun_Dicks · 1 pointr/steroids
u/BiteMyWaffles · 1 pointr/twinks

Norelco bodygroom has been amazing for me. Can use it dry or on the shower, but dry works better.

u/yara_ironborn · 1 pointr/MtF

This is what I use for underarms. It's gentle enough that you can trim literally everywhere with it and not get ingrown hair (at least i don't), so it might work for what you need. It's noisy, though.

edit: I think there is a cheaper version without the back attachment, if you don't want that.

u/TheUsher · 1 pointr/sexover30
u/Scr0tationMarksToo · 1 pointr/AskRedditAfterDark

Philips Norelco Bodygroom Series 3100, Shave and trim with back attachment, BG2034