Is it more acceptable for women to shave their legs less often in the fall/winter?
I have ridiculously sensitive skin. If I shaved everyday I'm pretty sure it would jump off my body. In the winter I am much more meh, about shaving.
If I'm wearing pants (which I do the majority of the time), then I shave when I feel like it. No one's going to see them, so no one will care.
One of the joys of aging, is naturally hairless legs for many.
I don't really care about the acceptability of it, to be honest. I shave when I feel like it, and don't when I don't.
I think it's fine. As a guy, I don't think I'd really notice.
I didn't know other women considered it a seasonal thing. To me, shaving is among the very base minimum routine maintenance for the day - along with brushing my teeth. No one likes prickles. It only takes 45 seconds tops, just do it.
45 seconds? Hmm. I wonder why it takes my sister so much longer.
45 seconds? Maybe your underarms. Legs are at least a five minute process.
If I shaved my legs in only 45 secs, I'd probably pass out from blood loss. My skin is way too fragile for that kind of speed!
45 seconds?! You've got some impressive skills!