No hair removal, no problem.
Breast cancer treatment can help you save money on antiperspirant and reduce the hassle of dealing with hairy armpits. Who knew?
This is one part of herstory that sucks.
Familiarity breeds contempt, but is that really true? Familiarity can become a wonderfully reticulated universe where you have the opportunity of making in depth explorations of both the physical and mental topography of the human being that is most proximate to you.
The Style section of the Times ran a piece on "Woman Who Dye Their (Armpit) Hair," (NYT, 7/14/15) The piece began with a priceless quote from 17 year old Destiny Moreno of Seattle who dyed her armpit hair Voodoo Blue courtesy of Manic Panic.
More and more women are refusing to shave their armpits -- and resisting patriarchal beauty standards in the process. When
The winners were chosen based on the number of likes and reposts that their pictures got on Weibo, a Chinese social media
Jemima Kirke worked the red carpet like a boss at the CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City Monday night. The blond beauty
We're so used to its erasure in advertising, film and television that its absence is somewhat realistic: women don't have body hair, we're told. So when it's missing -- even in the most unlikely scenarios -- we don't even notice.
These ladies see their colorful pits as a way of reclaiming their bodies from media perceptions. And most importantly, having