If you've flipped through any celebrity or fashion magazine — or, for a clearer picture, a copy of Playboy — over the past 10 years or so, you've seen the growing or rather diminishing trend in hair down there. Bikini areas have gone bald, if you're to draw conclusions from what you can't see on the ladies in the sheer dresses. But before we get into the backlash, let's take a look at when and why it all seems to have disappeared. Of course, artwork back to antiquity depicts smooth nether regions, while online chatter credits, or blames, '80s pornographic movies and magazines for the most recent extreme trimming fad.
Bikini wax styles: All the shapes and confusing salon lingo, explained...
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You get ingrown pubic hairs when your pubic hair grows back into the skin instead of up to the surface. It can happen when pubic hair has been shaved, waxed, or plucked. When an ingrown hair develops, you may notice small, round bumps called papules , or small, pus-filled bumps called pustules. In some cases, the skin around the ingrown hair may become darker.
Bye bye, Brazilian: Backlash to the bare bikini line has begun
Sugar waxing or sugaring is a method of hair removal that originated in the Middle East. The technique involves using a sticky paste to grab and pull out hair at the roots. After centuries of use in the Middle East, sugaring is rapidly gaining popularity in the West.
Hello there! You might remember me from when I waxed poetic about the time Emma Watson got me to buy oil for my pubes. But before I go any further, some caveats: Does it matter whether you groom your bikini line at all?