If you are reading this, you are considering shaving your head. Congratulations and welcome to the coven. Everyone has different reasons for wanting to buzz it all off.
You may have heard about the female face-shaving craze on the Internet or even from that friend who was obsessed with getting rid of her peach fuzz. Whether you're skeptical of its benefits or simply terrified of cutting your face, it's really worth taking a moment to let us try to convince you otherwise. It turns out that face shaving is a great way to remove unwanted hair and exfoliate your skin, but only when done properly.
Jump to navigation. Cricket is a religion in India and Sachin Tendulkar is the god of that religion. The more and more we get to know about this legendary cricketer, the more we fall in love with him.
Over the weekend, Stephanie Plucknette, a full-time nurse and mother of three young children, had an amazingly ridiculous parenting moment that has now gone viral. Plucknette was only away in the other room from her kids for about eight minutes, she told BuzzFeed News. In that time, her kids got a hold of an electric clipper and gave one another haircuts.
This is like the cooler, smarter, less-committed version that has some serious fit-girl benefits. Shaving the underside of your head a will help keep your neck extra cool during those sweaty workout sessions we all have those annoying flyaways that stick to the back of our neck ; b it adds a super edgy touch to your bad-hair-day topknot; and c you can't even tell that it's missing when your hair is down we promise. It's gaining traction on Instagram and Pinterest AKA the holy grails of all things style just in time for you to get one for summer.
The Internet went crazy earlier this year when women began to embrace shaving their faces. If you're still considering jumping on the bandwagon, but are curious about the effects of putting a razor to your mug, I've got you covered. Here are all the things that happen when you shave your face.
Sometimes a hashtag sums it up perfectly. A phrase topped the quartet: "The future is female, and it doesn't have time for styling products. The message is clear.
T o shave or not to shave? Absolutely not. Does any woman in the 21st century truly have the time or the inclination to shave her entire face for the sake of slightly softer skin?
Every girl is different and will be ready to shave her legs in her own time. It may be a good idea to wait until 12 to14 years old to shave your legs. Girls of this age will more likely have the maturity to do it properly without hurting themselves and cutting the skin.
It's about to be Pride season, the time of year when brands cash in on "diversity" and emblazon a bunch of crap with the rainbow flag. Every once in a while, however, a brand does something that actually moves the LGBTQ community forward. Take the latest ad from Gillette, which was posted on Thursday and which features a young trans teen from Canada by the name of Samson Bonkeabantu Brown, shaving for the first time.