With swimsuit season comes  the pubic hair debate, and with so many different ways to remove bikini hair, it can be hard to sort out the best option for you. But fear not, whether you’re wanting to go fully Brazilian bare or just shape things up a bit, there’s totally a strategy out there that’s right.

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Heads up, coming from a girl with super sensitive skin that has ended up with some really sad post-bikini-hair removal rashes, it’s best to quickly chat with your doctor about what method is right for you. It might seem awkward, but trust me, a brief phone call with your doc is ultimately far less awkward than a burning or itching rash down there because your skin had an allergic reaction to a particular wax. Please, learn from my mistakes so that my suffering can serve some greater purpose! OK, thanks. Onward.

Here are the 5 best ways to remove bikini hair this summer.

1. WaxingObviously a popular choice, waxing at a salon or home works for either a little shaping or going bare. gives great details on how to prepare for waxing down there. The two biggest tips? Make sure you’re in a sterile environment and that your hair is at least 1/4 of an inch long. Dirty salons open you up to a huge risk for scary infections, so do your research for the most reputable one possible!

2. ShavingGillette Venus Bikini Kit, $10, Walmart

Ah shaving, my budget-friendly, usually sensitive skin-friendly method of choice. I’m no pubic hair shaping connoisseur, but shaving works out for me just fine as long as I use a brand new razor every time, and pick a hypoallergenic clear shaving gel. has a few more tips on this method, including hanging out in the hot shower for a few minutes so the steam softens your hair follicles, and always shaving in the direction of hair growth to reduce the risk of ingrown hairs. 3. Laser Hair RemovalIf you can afford it, laser hair removal might just be the best, least painful option out there. warns not to be lured by discount deals at laser spas, but to always seek out a certified dermatologist. One session generally costs about $200.

4. Depilatory CreamsNair Sensitive Bikini Cream, $4, Amazon

These creams work to dissolve hair down to the skin, and then you can wipe it away for easy removal. Given they’re chemical based creams, this is another option where I’d call your doctor first or, at the very least, do a “test” section of skin to make sure you don’t have a reaction. Let’s be real, who wants a chemical burn down there?


At 5’7, 167 classic new balance shoes 574 pounds, former Ole Miss running back Jeff Scott doesn’t have the build of a prototypical NFL running back. But for a team looking for a speedy playmaker who is willing to line up wherever he’s asked, the Miami native says he’s worth a draft pick.

Due to size concerns and an injury-hampered senior season, Scott isn’t expected to hear his name called on draft day. After running for 846 yards and six touchdowns as junior, leg injuries in the back half of his senior season limited him to 493 yards and two touchdowns. When healthy, however, Scott showed electric speed and a propensity for the dramatic. His 75-yard touchdown run in the final minute against Vanderbilt sealed Ole Miss’s opening victory, and his 73-yard punt return against Texas provided the momentum shift the Rebels needed to grab a huge early-season win in Austin.

For a team willing to look past  his dimensions, Scott could prove a dangerous weapon at the next level. He sat down with to discuss his draft preparation, a possible position change and his thoughts on the growing prevalence of spread concepts in the NFL.

Where  are you nowadays? How are you preparing for the draft?

NFL Draft Not just throwing dartsDanny  Kelly •A behind-the-scenes look at the NFL scouting process, and how players ultimately land on each team’s draft board. NFL Draft Not just throwing dartsI’m in Oxford. I’m in school pushing to get my degree. I’m a general studies major and my minor is psychology and criminal justice.

I’m training with my strength and conditioning coach, Paul Jackson. We’re training five days out of the week. I’m basically preparing stuff like my 40 yard dash and vertical jump. Basically just working on what we’ll do on pro day. And I’m meeting with my track coach about twice a week. Everything’s going pretty good. I feel pretty confident.

Do you expect to be drafted?I’m not sure exactly how the draft is going to go. I’m not sure if I’ll go late or go free agent. I just played in the College All Star Bowl a week ago in South Carolina. I had a pretty good game. Right after that game, I was on the way back to Oxford, and I got a call from the Rams. They told me they’d given me a pretty good draft grade.

What do you say to those that believe you’re too small to play in the NFL?I’ve been playing football since I was a kid and I’ve been hearing that all my life. It doesn’t really affect me. I just play my game, you know what I mean? I had a pretty successful career at Ole Miss playing in the SEC. I don’t really pay attention to that when people say I’m undersized because I know I have drive and I have heart. I just use it for motivation. I just go out of my way to work harder and prove that I’m durable and that I can handle it.