A stencil can help you get lines straight and symmetrical pubic styles close to matching. Whether you're shaving, waxing, or sugaring, you can create your own. Just follow these directions:
1. First, you need to find a design you like. Check out the clip art available in the free Body Art and Stenciling Kit that comes with our eBook Hot Pink: The Girls' Guide to Primping, Passion, and Pubic Fashion, browse Microsoft Word, or search online.
2. Print the pubic hair style directly onto heavy-weight paper. (If your printer can't do that, print on regular paper and, using scissors, roughly cut out the design, leaving about one inch of white border (blank space) around it. Coat the back of the design with glue, then attach it to heavy paper or a laminating sheet and let dry.)
3. For a simple shape (such as a star), use an X-acto knife to cut around the edge of the design. Use a ruler or straight edge as a guide for cutting straight lines.
4. If you'll be applying a depilatory, use a laminating sheet. Peel off the protective back to expose the adhesive, then gently stick the stencil on your pubic hair. Put some petroleum jelly around the edges to “seal” it so the depilatory doesn't sneak under the stencil. When you're ready to remove the sticky stencil, lift carefully. If stuck, soak it off in a lukewarm bath.
5. Another option is a “relief,” where you remove hair from inside the design rather than outside of it. You need plentiful pubes for this. Just create a larger stencil piece, remove the design shape from the center to create a mask, and then remove the hair that pokes through the cut-out shape.
In addition to creating a new coiffure with your stencil, you and a lover can use it (or others) to decorate yourselves. Body painting can take on many moods: imaginative, silly, adventurous, romantic, reverent. And experimenting with different paintbrushes yields a variety of lovely sensations.