Electric razors are great for women with sensitive skin as they can reduce your risk of nicks, cuts and razor burn. Women with bleeding disorders should always use an electric razor. They don't shave quite as closely as a razor, but some do a pretty good job. Many can even be used in water, so you can still shave in the shower. Electric razors are also perfect for quick touchups in between showers. The best women's electric razor we found costs about $20.Razors
Razors -- both the refillable kind and disposables -- are popular, effective and affordable. These work similarly to a man's razor, but are more likely to have handles and pivoting heads that are designed to make maneuvering around knees and ankles more manageable. Most have moisturizing strips built in; some are so emollient, you won't need any shaving cream or gel. You just toss disposable razors when you're done with them. With refillable razors, you have to factor in the cost of the cartridges, which can add up. The best women's disposable razor we found costs $3.50 each, while the best refillable razor costs $7 to $14 (plus about $4 each for cartridge refills).Bikini Shavers
Bikini-line shavers and trimmers have a special place in your grooming. They are designed for the tricky angles and confined space of grooming -- or removing -- some or all of your pubic hair. They're smaller and have angled heads for working around confined, sensitive areas. These range from $1 each for inexpensive disposable bikini-line razors to around $13 for a refillable bikini shaver with a built-in electric trimmer.Epilators
Epilators use tiny, motorized tweezers to pluck hair out at the root. Epilating is slower than shaving, to the point that some women will only use epilators on small areas like the underarms and bikini line. As you might imagine, the plucking process can be painful as well, and not everybody chooses to endure it. Those who do, however, say the long-lasting results (two to three weeks) are worth it, and that it gets less painful as your skin adapts and hair grows back finer and more sparsely. Epilators can be expensive. The best-reviewed one costs around $120, although we did find one that does a very good job for only $30.