First of all, avoid using a traditional razor blade on your nether regions. Not only is it hard to keep control of the handle in trickier positions, but you’re more likely to cut yourself. There’s also the risk of unattractive post-shave problems including irritation, rashes and infected follicles.
Electric shavers, if used wet and with product, are a more foolproof alternative to the basic razor. For perfect results, invest in two items: an electric razor with a hypoallergenic foil (flat and perforated, with blades below the surface) and a pair of clippers with an adjustable comb attachment (to help remove the "bulk" from thicker tufts of hair). If you can find a gadget that does both, even better.
Using a pair of clippers or blunted scissors (we can’t stress "blunt" enough) is relatively simple but attending to the family jewels requires real technique. Here are four simple steps for disaster-free manscaping: