Thank you! This was the most helpful answer.
This spelled it out perfectly.
I literally only have three questions: What does a "grown up" color for nail polish mean?
What to do about acne because over the counter stuff doesn't work and I literally cannot go to a dermatologist?
Now when you say hairless...what other than arms, legs, and armpits and the ass/vagina needs to be shaved/waxed?
Because that can get complicated considering humans have some form of hair everywhere except for palms of hands and bottoms of feet. Is normal natural protective hair (that's not dark) acceptable, or are women only allowed to have hair on their head, eyebrows and eyelashes?
Basically...how hairless is "hairless"?
For nails, I meant a nice, normal color such as pinks, nudes, reds, dark colors (even black is fine), or muted versions of regular colors. Just avoid neons or bright colors, as that usually turns guys off.
For acne, I would try NOT wearing any sunscreen for a bit and see if it's making the problem worse. Sunscreen always breaks me out. At most stores that sell skincare (even some grocery stores), they should have an inexpensive benzoyl peroxide product labeled as an acne "spot treatment," but I put a thin layer all over the face every morning and every night. The active ingredients should list benzoyl peroxide at 2.5% or 5%. This is drying though, so use a light moisturizer after it's completely dry.
If that doesn't work, I recommend using Retin-A cream (0.025%). You can order this online and it costs less than at the dermatologist. This takes a bit longer to start working, but it's good for your skin in the long term as it also prevents/helps wrinkles, etc.
As for body hair, it really just depends on your level of hairyness and if your hair is dark or not. What you described is perfect (armpits, legs, maybe arms if they're super hairy like mine or if your hair is dark, and vagina). If you have a dark mustache or a blonde one with lots of/long hair, shave it.
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