Nufree "wax" is the next generation of hair removal... for starters, it's not actually wax.
Many of my friends get Brazilian waxes and swear by them, but because I have sensitive skin, I've been hesitant to try one. After reading about the Nufree system, however, I decided to put my money where my bikini line is and try it out.
Take care of the essentials before you bask in the glory of doing absolutely nothing.
Whether you're single or with your partner, when you're on the way to a much-deserved vacation from work, the last thing you want to think is stuff like, "Dammit, I wish I'd remembered to wax my bikini zone." Luckily for you, we've compiled a handy list of beauty rituals to take out the stress and pressure out of your precious sun-soaking days.
From shaving to waxing to at-home laser removal, a comprehensive guide to pulling those suckers out.
The reality of getting your body fuzz-free and beach-ready is this: It's an ongoing process and there can be an ouch factor. As a Cuban-born Jew with hair to spare, I should know. But after more than two decades of reporting on (and trying) the latest beauty products, here are my tried and true hair-removing favorites.
First, Completely Bare spa introduced us to vajazzling. Now, it's feathers and fur on your crotch.
As far as the attractiveness of the Foxy Bikini and The Carnivale (the fox fur and the feather treatments, respectively) go, this writer has not enjoyed the opportunity to check them out close-up. However, one can imagine that it would be pretty funny to go through the awkward process of pulling someone's clothes off for the first time to be confronted with what looks like an animal either trying to enter or escape from a woman's babymaker.
According to experts in the field, men are going in for more and more hair removal treatments at spas. At the center of this trade is a male version of the Brazilian wax, a wax that removes all pubic hair from a person's groin. The so-called "Boyzilian" (or as we call it, "Brozilian") may be inspired by porn, or just weird evolutionary shame.
Jennifer Love Hewitt bedazzled her privates and other zany below-the-belt beauty rituals.
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 pubic area. 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. Here, five crazy beauty rituals that we women perform below the belt.
Brazilian waxing exposed: a woman describes her first time waxing all the hair down there.
For years, I've heard horror stories of the Brazilian bikini wax. Getting down on all fours, raising a leg like a dog peeing on a tree, spreading my butt cheeks to allow a complete stranger to apply hot wax in the most private crevices of my body—these didn't seem like things I needed to rush out and experience (at least not in public) ... Summoning my courage, I decided that it was time to shed light on the truth behind the Brazilian.
A lady's eyebrows are her eye clothes and say more about her than her hairdo.
Eyebrows are very important. Women sometimes forget that men understand that. But know this a woman's eyebrows say more about her than her hairdo ever could. So wax, shave, pluck or thread those puppies so they say what you want them to.
Some women are letting go of the Brazilian wax and embracing their pubic hair.
According to Lisa Germinsky, pubic hairstyles are influenced by the economy. Waxing, especially Brazilian waxing, can cost a lot of money. In today's difficult economic climate some women are opting to keep a fuller bush.