Well, you should get rid of it, or no one will ever love you.
Actually, you should probably do whatever you feel like to it. But maybe, what you feel like doing is “removing it.” Maybe that’s because the Aztecs didn’t have hair below their eyebrows and you want to work that look. That’s understandable. What’s not understandable is that there are no salon treatments available for toe or nipple hair! So here is how you remove it with a minimal amount of pain/ingrown hairs. More
There are as many differing opinions on the removal or maintenance of body hair as there are people with it, but sometimes those opinions surprise you. We spoke to 15 women–some friends, some we barely knew (which was exciting)–about what they do to their armpits, legs, upper lips and (especially) pubic hair. We’ve broken down their responses into three different categories: Regular Cat (as in, cats with hair), Shaved Cat (cats from Brazil who only have a little) and Hairless Cats (who are fucking adorable). Also, if you think it’s infantile to use cats to represent parts of the female body: get your mind out of the gutter, it’s not a euphamism for pussy. It’s the internet. Cat pictures just do really well. More
According to this doll’s description: ‘Plucking and shaving is definitely a full-time job but that’s a small price to pay for being scarily fabulous.’ Some of her hobbies include flirting with boys and waxing away unwanted hair.
Turns out your Brazilian wax is nothing new.
I do. I’m hairless. Don’t even have eyebrows. Hairless and running around with no underwear on right now, I just thought you should know. So I guess this chart applies to people who are more badass than me. – I Love Charts More
Musician Amanda Palmer attended last year’s Emmys with her husband, fantasy writer Neil Gaiman, and somehow became a bigger tabloid target than the A-list actors because she dared to a) not shave her pits and b) wear a dress that didn’t cover said pits. Now, she’s taking aim at the beauty culture that encourages women to shave their body hair in her new single “Map of Tasmania.” More
When I was a little kid, I loved having little pretend versions of my mom’s beauty products. I rubbed plastic lipstick on my mouth and fake blush on my cheeks. Some people might have freaked out at the idea of a little girl playing at being a grownup by trying to imitate adult standards of beauty, but I think I came out relatively un-warped. More
We’ve heard it again and again from our readers: guys can be hard to shop for. Whether it’s for your dad, your brother, your boyfriend, or your officemate, we have some ideas for gifts that will stand out but won’t make you broke. More
Did you hear? Natalia Vodianova forgot to shave her legs! At an event where she was being honored for helping build playgrounds for children! Hussy.
Now, what is not news? This is not news! Well, maybe it’s news that she builds playgrounds for children. That’s nice. Okay, the rest of this is not news. In honor of Natalia Vodianova, here are ten other celebrities who were also able to rock some body hair. More
Here are some tips for your bikini line for the next time you can’t get to your waxer. – Allure’s Daily Beauty Reporter
In case you’re already shopping for holiday gifts, consider this Native-American Santa Claus doll for the modest price of $1,209. – Racked
Bobbi Brown wants you to take a lighter hand with your bronzer application. – Beauty Blogging Junkie
Young Islamic women are choosing to make their hijabs more fashion-forward. Do you think this defeats the purpose of wearing one? – Los Angeles Times
LC offers up her own personal fashion tips. – Fashionista More
I don’t really know how that’s possible, but I was entertained by her explanation. More
Apparently Eva Longoria Parker has been trying to recreate the 1993 Vanity Fair cover in which Cindy Crawford shaves K.D. Lang by repeatedly requesting that her husband, Tony Parker, let her shave his face. Why does this make me uncomfortable? … More
Somehow, I’ve managed over the course of the past week or three to let my leg hair grow…well, I don’t want to say “completely back in,” but it’s certainly close. And I’ve discovered something that decades of shavers have probably … More
Your critical EIC considered her boyfriend’s rakish (if of an average 5’9 height) good looks to be hampered by his “Jewish Sweater,” aka chest, shoulder and back hair. To that end, she offered him the chance to try Veet, a … More