Body hair isn't exactly a sexy topic, but because it's not something that's so frequently discussed — and is so often stigmatized — many women feel uncomfortable dealing with the hair they have on their body. In fact, there may be some "weird" places you have hair that are actually totally normal, but thanks to all that secret hair removal and shame surrounding body hair, you might not realize you're not alone. Body hair is common, even if it's places other than your legs or your armpits. Everyone has varying amounts of body hair, and this has to do with your ethnicity, sex, and family history, according to dermatologist Dr. Ava Shamban. Although sometimes excess hair can be a sign of hormonal abnormality, some hair in places that seem strange is perfectly fine.
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About That One Weird Hair
Pictures of Facial Hair and Beard Styles
Excessive facial hair is a touchy subject with many women; those who suffer from this condition have a low self-esteem and feelings of inadequacy. Many of them feel that body hair are ugly, and resort to various measures to get rid of the same. There are several ways of removing unwanted hair, ranging from relatively painless methods like threading and plucking to painful techniques such as electrolysis. While everybody has some body hair, some women have darker and coarser hair on the face that are noticeable. Facial hair are usually found on the sideburns, upper lip and the chin, and along the jawline. Some people even have hair on the cheeks.
This Is the Number One Reason Women Shave Their Pubic Hair
In a pair of Australian researchers showed that gals prefer guys with heavy stubble. But a new study by the same researchers suggests that context is everything. When most men are clean-shaven, the new study showed, women and men rate heavy stubble and full beards more attractive than the beardless look.
Chin hairs are like stars. Facial hair, of course, is no big deal , but we have always wondered what the deal is with that one thick, long hair that seems to appear out of nowhere, just begging to be plucked. We took a break from staring at our faces in magnified mirrors to call on the experts. First and foremost, we wanted to know what makes those individual chin hairs different from our thinner, finer facial hair. Beard and mustache hair are more susceptible.