The Gillette fusion razor works best, however the secret of success is to use the old fashioned shaving cup and badger hair brush. Use glycerin shaving soap, and lather up directly on the genitalia. A partners help, works great, and usually results in a good time.
I have purchased, used and highly recommend the Gillette Fusion ProGlide Styler. It's a trimmer based on their fusion razor. Gets so close with the trimmer that if you don't have time for a full shave, you're still good. Also works well for those that like to keep a landing strip or someother design. Works great.
I appreciate everyones comments. We have been shaving and than using a electric small shaver for 35 years. I'm blond and laser won't help and my husband won't laser, he doesn't trust their aim LOL.
I was hoping for someone who came upon a new effective trimmer or something. We both like smooth and inventors out there, there is a need.
Although expensinve I'd recommend having permanent hair reduction/removal done It may be 6 - 8 sessions but once completed you only have a couple of determined hairs to deal with. However it apparently doesn't work on blondes!
Doubt there is a right answer to be honest.
I've tried using electric normal razor and depilatory cream (works well)
Latest thing more for my neck line is called no no hair sort of burns the hair stem and supposed to reduce hair amount after a few weeks.
As this method is a electric pule I'd be careful using it in sensitive areas though
I use a compact electric trimmer that is designed for use on beards and moustache. It is fine for trimming down to 1/4". If you prefer to be smooth, practice with a good razor. Or, do as I do. Once every 6 weeks, I get waxed by a woman who is a fellow naturist and serves more men than women.
I think a blade razor gives a closer shave, but I'm sure there would be some good electric shavers out there, If I was buying one I would want it to be small and not too wide so can fit in to those tight places