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Teenage Bumfluff :O)

bitseylango Avatar
6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
Quick question.............

My youngest turned 13 last December and has developed quite a lot of bumfluff on the toplip area......it really is dark and very noticeable and he has started to get a little embarrassed by it (covering with his hand/jumper etc.)
Is he too young to shave?
If he does shave would it be best with an electric or a wet razor?
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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1 Like #1
wax it, go on :w00t:

i used to use an electric, but i use a fusion now
1 Like #2
no if he wants to shave it let him
1 Like #3
if there is hair there get it shaved! start him off in good habits get him a nice razor fusion etc make him feel special
#4
t0mm
wax it, go on :w00t:

i used to use an electric, but i use a fusion now


how old were you when you 1st had a shave? My eldest was about 17 and the 15 year old has no facial hair at all :roll: so I cant go on experience!
1 Like #5
i was 13 when i sterted shaving, now i dont bother for 2 reason, i cba and i like my beard lol
#6
the sedge
no if he wants to shave it let him


tobesteruk
if there is hair there get it shaved! start him off in good habits get him a nice razor fusion etc make him feel special


so you think wet shave then? His dad is away at the moment and I havent a clue how to show him what to do :oops:
#7
bitseylango;7840427
how old were you when you 1st had a shave? My eldest was about 17 and the 15 year old has no facial hair at all :roll: so I cant go on experience!
uhhh around 4 years ago. so 14.

electric might be 'easier'
1 Like #8
13 does seems young to shave but then again i have hairy mofo friends who had full taches at that age hahaha
1 Like #9
13 is young my 15yr old not got any yet,could one of ur older boys advise him?
1 Like #10
just get him a mach 3 or something

lol at people saying its too young etc...its called puberty, its happens to people at diff ages...
#11
edjaned
13 is young my 15yr old not got any yet,could one of ur older boys advise him?


my 15 year old hasnt got any, might ask the 20 year old........although he is just likely to take the **** :-D

I remember being at school with lads that had bumfluff and we used to take the **** all the time.......i best buy him a razor tomorrow, he is sooooooo young though :)
#12
i use electric btw, occasionally manual if im feeling all fancy n ****
1 Like #13
Get him a razor its not a good look, maybe ask ur eldest to show him? might be less embarassing for him. But starting age does vary i didnt start till i was nearly 17 and i only do like twice a week now.
#14
bitseylango
so you think wet shave then? His dad is away at the moment and I havent a clue how to show him what to do :oops:


It's been on the way for 13 years yet it's suddenly so vital an issue that you can't wait for his dad to get home?
[mod]#15
If it is "bumfluff" as you put it then I feel you ought to shave it off.
banned#16
Lol, whats the issue here? if there is hair to be shaved then shave it.
#17
deek72
It's been on the way for 13 years yet it's suddenly so vital an issue that you can't wait for his dad to get home?


merely asking for some advice.......not vital. A simple question
1 Like #18
rumblefish
Lol, whats the issue here? if there is hair to be shaved then shave it.


no issue, just not had this before
#19
Rep to all those who took the time to help, thanks
banned#20
bitseylango
no issue, just not had this before


Your talking about it like its some sort of rare disease... its puberty.
#21
bitseylango
my 15 year old hasnt got any, might ask the 20 year old........although he is just likely to take the **** :-D

I remember being at school with lads that had bumfluff and we used to take the **** all the time.......i best buy him a razor tomorrow, he is sooooooo young though :)


yeah i can imagine,my 2 eldest are always taking the mick out of each other,difficult to bring up with him especially as he is self consious of it
#22
rumblefish
Your talking about it like its some sort of rare disease... its puberty.


no I am not, I know what puberty is FFS. All I asked was is he too young to shave and if wet or dry is best.
#23
Pick up a razor tomorrow and some shaving stuff and bribe the 20 year old to act with a bit of sensitivity I'd say!

Or threaten him with violence....or me.
#24
Definitely a father son thing - let Dad handle it, it's not urgent.
If it bum fluff length though a manual razor is probably easier - electrics tend to pull hairs.
#25
Just pluck it.
#26
angelfairee
Pick up a razor tomorrow and some shaving stuff and bribe the 20 year old to act with a bit of sensitivity I'd say!

Or threaten him with violence....or me.


a 40 stone ape is a scary thought! :p
#27
numptyj
a 40 stone ape is a scary thought! :p


Reported.

God I hate you.
banned#28
bitseylango
no I am not, I know what puberty is FFS. All I asked was is he too young to shave and if wet or dry is best.


ok, temper temper.
#29
warehousestock
Just pluck it.


Best let the Mum do that, motherplucker :p

If there's hair to shave, then no age is too young. I use electric, much quicker and easier.
#30
rumblefish
Your talking about it like its some sort of rare disease... its puberty.


no she isnt
its a difficult thing to bring up and her son prob a bit embarassed about it as its puberty like u say
i remember covering my signs of growing up as i was embarassed about my parents mentioning it
nothing wrong with asking for a bit of advice
#31
buy the poor lad a razor, its not a big thing, show him how to use it and hey presto goodbye bumfluff!
banned#32
rumblefish
Your talking about it like its some sort of rare disease... its puberty.


Does seem a bit of an overreaction - kid has facial hair---->time to start shaving.
#33
get him an electric razor easy for him to use without cuts etc and a good starting place for shaving:thumbsup:
#34
FilthAndFurry
Does seem a bit of an overreaction - kid has facial hair---->time to start shaving.


wondered when you would arrive

and as I have said, hardly an over reaction when im asking wether wet or dry is best
#35
shedboy66
get him an electric razor easy for him to use without cuts etc and a good starting place for shaving:thumbsup:


I would buy him a wet shaver personally - mac 3 or fusion, they are so much better than an electric in my opinion, i reckon the lad is probably excited to have his first shave , i remember mine!
banned#36
bitsey you know what its like on here, especially lately, try and ignore it, i think 1 is quite young to be using razors, i would get him a leccy one to start, easier to start with for him till he feels confident enough to use a razor
banned#37
bitseylango
wondered when you would arrive

and as I have said, hardly an over reaction when im asking wether wet or dry is best


Are we still talking about shaving:oops:

Wet shave.

King of shaves pre shave, then a shaving gel, then an aftershave balm.

In that order.
1 Like #38
King of Shaves how to shave & youtube have some when & how to shave.

to be honest i cant understand some of the replies, Im guessing some dont have teenage kids of thier own, so have no experience of what it is like.
I have a 16 year old lad same postion & from my personal experience of being a teenager i know what it was like, Ive told my lad to hang off from shaving for as long as poss, for once you start shaving thats it, the daily/weekly chore begins for life !!! I started on an electric shaver, much safer the progressed to a wet shave using the cheap BIC ones, horrid razors.
#39
FilthAndFurry
Are we still talking about shaving:oops:

Wet shave.

King of shaves pre shave, then a shaving gel, then an aftershave balm.

In that order.


thankyou
banned#40
sassie
bitsey you know what its like on here, especially lately, try and ignore it, i think 1 is quite young to be using razors, i would get him a leccy one to start, easier to start with for him till he feels confident enough to use a razor


1!!!!!:w00t:

Irresponsible parenting:x

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