Body Waxing Good or Bad: Celebrities For and Against Body Waxing. So, fellow Famewatchers, what is your stand on body hair removal specifically the waxing of your nether regions? Are you for or against the practice? We here at Famewatcher are divided on the matter. Kevin and Deena are what you would call “body waxing fans”. In contrast, yours truly and Grandma Akita are fans of the natural look. [Related Post: Male Celebrity Body Waxing]
Now, your favorite celebrities are just as divided on whether body waxing good or bad. Here’s what they are saying:
Celebrities For Body Waxing or Body Hair Removal:
Eva Longoria (on Cosmopolitan): Every woman should try a Brazilian wax once. And then the sex they have afterward will make them keep coming back!
Jennifer Love-Hewitt (on Lopez Tonight): After a breakup, a friend of mine Swarovski-crystalled my precious lady, and it shined like a disco ball.
Kim Kardashian (on Allure): I am Armenian, so of course I am obsessed with laser hair removal! Arms, bikini, legs, underarms … my entire body is hairless.
Rihanna: According to Cosmopolitan Magazine, the singing superstar loves body waxing down there and does not mind the pain at all.
Celebrities Against Body Waxing:
Daniel Radcliffe (on Heat magazine): This is way too much information, but I don’t like girls with nothing down there either. It freaks me out. You have to have something, otherwise it’s fucking creepy.
Jennifer Lopez (on Allure): I don’t love waxing. I just don’t like everybody … up in the business, you know what I mean? I shave everywhere; the only thing I wax is my eyebrows. It’s torture plucking the hairs out one by one.
Solange Knowles (on Twitter): Who ever invented the bikini wax was an evil creature. Who said bushes needed to b gone?!
Celebrities Who Believe That People Should Do Whatever They Like With Their Body Hair:
Gaby Hoffmann (on the London Evening Standard): I’m a human, I have hair … when people want me talk about whether I think the bush is back, and whether that’s great for feminism, I’m like, ‘You know what’s great for feminism? Respecting everybody’s own choice’.
Cameron Diaz (on the Graham Norton Show): I don’t care what women do with it but we should be informed … It is there for a reason and to laser it off is to lose it forever! … I believe in grooming. Grooming is my preference.
Hoda Kotb (on Kathy Lee and Hoda): If you have a landing strip, you’re the kind of girl who never has to pay for date, you only wear a thong, and you’ll attempt things you know you’re gonna be successful at. Now, if you do bald, and there are people who do, you never do anything halfway, your dishwasher’s perfect, you’re OCD … everything’s in line. And if you don’t do a thing down there, you probably don’t own a flat iron … you sing Jodi Mitchell in the shower, and you order your steaks plain.
Body Waxing Good or Bad: Celebrities For or Against Body Hair Removal.