The other day, Jennifer Love Hewitt appeared on Lopez Tonight to plug her new dating book, The Day I Shot Cupid. During the course of the show, she revealed that one of the tips in her book—practiced by a friend of hers—was to glue Swarovski crystals to one's vadge. Now, we're all for bedazzling ... T-shirts ... but we're a little worried that some women are taking the personal landscaping a little too far. Some other intimate beauty rituals we find ridiculous? The 5 Most Disturbing Things We Do For Beauty
1. Waxing. Some women swear by this. They say that it makes sex more pleasurable ... and it also doesn't hurt that their men find it sexy. Speaking of "hurt," this process is painful, and some of us also find it disturbing that there are men who prefer a look that predates our coming of age. But the practice is so widespread that there are even take-home bikini wax kits. Even if we were willing to try this, we'd rather go to a professional. Aussie Survey Says: Sex is Better with a Brazilian
2. Stencils. Less invasive than a vaginal piercing ... yet somehow also more ridiculous. Some sites sell stencils designed to help you replicate the look of various waxing treatments: The landing strip. The classic triangle. And then there are those, like Betty Beauty (a site dedicated to cutesy pube products), that have stencils allowing you to shave your hair into the shape of lightning bolts, stars, hearts and more.
3. Hair Dye. Betty Beauty is even better known for their pubic hair dye. Which we must admit intrigues us. Because if you're too chicken to dye the hair on your head electric blue, why not experiment with the hair down there first? Betty Beauty has classic colors like auburn, black, bonde and brown, but also offers some more offbeat colors, like Bridal (aqua blue), Fun (hot Pink), Sexy (lilac) and Love (red). A New Look Down Under
4. Pink Button Genital Dye. Okay. So this product is more for the bits that poke out of our pubic hair, but we felt it was crazy enough to warrant a mention. My New Pink Button is a "genital cosmetic colorant" meant to restore the pink to your, um, pink button. Personally, we're not letting that stuff anywhere near our crotches.
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