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Being Hairy Is Not Sexy: 7 Body Parts On A Woman That Should Not Be Hairy

Posted August 18, 2012 by felicialavette in Fashion & Beauty

Being a fashionable Diva is not always wearing the latest and trendiest clothes. The hair on your body must be tamed. I have created the Curvy Sister Girl’s Guide to Style Ultimate Hair Removal List. This guide is a list of places on a woman’s body that should not have hair and how to remove it. Please, by all means use this list for yourself and share it with family, friends, acquaintances, and enemies. Because NO woman should look like a WILDERBEAST!

Rule 7: Chest Hair

Having hairy cleavage is not sexily at all. Your partner should not have to kiss the hair on your chest. To remove the hair from this location, one might consider researching laser removal service. Some laser removal will prevent the hair from forming in this area.

Rule 6: The “Unibrow” or “The Grouch”

Not too many people favor talking to “The Grouch” on a daily basis, not even for dating purposes. Your unibrow can be waxed, tweezed, plucked, threaded, or razored. After the unibrow is successfully removed, you should ask the professional to arch your separated eyebrows. Arching the brows automatically gives you an instant facelift.

Rule 5: Nostril Hair 

The fact that your partner’s lips might touch your nostril hair is disgusting. Take the time to invest in a nose trimmer.

Rule 4: Hairy Legs

Hairy legs only look good on reindeers and it an’t Christmas. Please shave or wax your legs!

Rule 3: Hairy Knuckles

If you don’t want to be identified as an adolescent teenage boy, then you shouldn’t have hairy knuckles. Hairy knuckles can be plucked or treated with a laser.

Rule 2: Armpit Hair

One of the most un-sexiest things a woman can do is to allow Buckwheat to hangout under her armpits. You can remove the hair from your armpits by simply shaving them with a razor blade.

Rule 1: Chin & Mustache Hair

If you have a 5 O’clock Shadow you need to stop what you are doing and go to the closet barbershop, salon, laser, or electrolysis specialist.


For more information about the causes of hair growth and how to remove it you can visit these sites.



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I cringe at the thought of writing my bio, because how can I truly explain how multidimensional I am in just a few short sentences. First, I am a child of God. Next, I am a wife and a mother. My passion is Sister Girl News and educating others. The way to my heart is chocolate, barbeque chicken, and Dr. Pepper soda. My daily goal is to ensure that everyone who meets me always walks away laughing.


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