Being one who, by far, prefers the satin smooth look and feel, even on myself, I can claim many years' experience. I can report that combined daily use of foil type shaver, and body groomer (for 1/16" or longer escapees) will eventually lead to bump/ingrowth free result. Additionally, for areas that you're sure you'll never want to again sport your full follicular prowess, you can use an epilator. Eventual regrowth of epilated hairs will be softer, thinner hairs that are less prone to ingrowth and irritation.
As an additional observation, the use of harsh soaps strips your skin of natural protective oils and your native (and necessary) skin biome. Your skin will be far less prone to bumps, irritation and even body odor, if you primarily bathe with just water.
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I couldn't stop laughing for about an hour. I made the mistake of looking at them at work and had to go and hide as I was getting funny looks because of the chortling and sniggering and outright belly laughing.
First, before you get in the shower, trim off as much pubic hair as possible with a pair of scissors or clippers. You don't need to make it close or cute. You'll get to this later.
Wash with a good soap; try to avoid one with a heavy scent or dyes. those can irritate freshly shaved skin. Wash thoroughly and well. Let your skin wash up and relax.
Lather your pubic region with the shave cream/gel/foam or your choice. Again, avoid scents and dyes.
use a new sharp razor. If it's shaved any other part of your body (face, legs, etc.) do not use on your pubic area.
PRO TIP: start by shaving with the grain of your hair. only use 1 or 2 passes. it's not going to be the smoothest or closest shave at first. You'll get closer and smoother with subsequent shavings, but for now you're just letting your skin get used to being shaved.
Once you've shaved everywhere you wish, wash thoroughly again.
When you dry off, MOISTURIZE! use more than usual. avoid heavy scents and dyes.
for the next day or so, avoid wearing tight underwear/clothing. Keep you pubic area cool and dry. IF you workout or get sweaty; take a shower, wash well and MOISTURIZE! If you're starting to feel prickly and/or irritated, you can rub more moisturizer around and tht should help. Plus it feels really good...
After a few days, you can try shaving again. If you feel your skin can take it, try shaving across the grain to get smoother. Go slow. I know you want to get that smooth hairless pubic area, and you will get there, don't worry. You need to work up to it.
After a few sessions, you should be able to shave against the grain and get totally smooth and hairless.
Just remember, wash thoroughly, use a new sharp razor, and MOISTURIZE!
That girlfriend who I shaved first, she never let her bush grow back and stayed totally bare and smooth. She was so proud of her smooth pubic area that she would show it off to anyone who was curious. She even shaved a few girls for their first time too. which was SO hot to watch...