Well, you should get rid of it, or no one will ever love you.
Actually, you should probably do whatever you feel like to it. But maybe, what you feel like doing is “removing it.” Maybe that’s because the Aztecs didn’t have hair below their eyebrows and you want to work that look. That’s understandable. What’s not understandable is that there are no salon treatments available for toe or nipple hair! So here is how you remove it with a minimal amount of pain/ingrown hairs.
1) First off, do you have really light hair? Are you blond? You can probably trim it and no one will even notice. Try trimming it with a pair of nail scissors and see if that’s enough of a solution.
2) IF IT IS NOT – don’t try waxing. Wax can agitate some of your more sensitive areas of the skin (nipples) and will probably also make people wonder why you have a red rash in an unexpected spot right after you wax. People will think you have some sort of bizarre foot problem.
3) Few things are more exciting that just turning on Lifetime: Television For Women and plucking out your toe hairs. I don’t deny this. But it’s probably not best to just grab the tweezers and start going at it.
4) First, dip your tweezers in rubbing alcohol or anti-bacterial soap to sanitize them.
5) Then, go to the shower and shower. Put the tweezers down some place. I don’t know where. The steam will help open up your pores, so when you emerge, after you pat yourself dry, you’ll be able to pluck out the hair with less pain and less risk of the hair breaking and becoming awkwardly ingrown. As always, try to pluck in the direction the hair grows.
6) If you don’t want to shower, use a warm wash cloth.
6) Soothe with some aloe vera gel.