To shave or not to shave … that's the million-dollar question. And if you get razor burn as easily as I do in the winter, it's really a no-brainer. But when it comes to what men think about female pubic hair removal, does the decision to go bare really matter, or is going "full bush" coming back in style?
There are a few different hair removal options. There is trimming, waxing or shaving. There is even doing nothing at all to it.
While in the past pubic hair was something to be ashamed of, thanks to celebrities owning their body hair and brands finally representing realistic grooming habitsit's becoming more and more normalized. But still, it begs the question: Does having hair down there make any difference other than the visual aesthetics? Is it merely decorative?
Enter your email, then share with, email, or your own personal referral URL. Curly, straight, long, short, trimmed, wild, waxed, plucked, shaved, bedazzled, or left alone — there are a whole lot of things we can choose to do or not do with our pubic and body hair. Whether we wax it all off or let it grow out — people always seem to have an opinion about it, which is, when you think about it, kinda weird.
This article was originally written for self. It has been given minor edits before re-posting. When you think about it, pubic hair is one of those things that unites all of humanity.
Every woman's "normal" is different, and in a bid to stop young girls seek out cosmetic ops down there, doctors have published a new booklet to dispel the vagina myths. In more than girls under 18 underwent a labiaplasty - or designer vagina surgery - and more than of the girls were under 15, according to NHS figures. But the real numbers are likely to be higher as the NHS does not gather date on girls who have the procedure done at private practices.
Taking care of one is kind of a thankless, messy part-time job. But the vagina is a pretty amazing thingdespite all the maintenance that some of us go through for it. And even though all that work gets old fast, many of us still do it religiously.
Phew, it feels good to get that off my chest. Because I loathe shaving, in eighth grade, my mom set up a consultation for me to get laser hair removal. Because of my insecurity, my mom let me get laser hair removal on my armpits and upper lip once I turned