Most of us celebrated the Fourth of July with fireworks and family barbecues. But the folks at Uni K Wax Centers have a different idea: body waxing for girls 15 and under. All of which begs the question: Do girls that young even need waxing services?
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Lucy Vardy. Excess hair can feel uncomfortable to deal with at any age, but especially as a teenager. Hitting puberty can be an emotional and physical rollercoaster.
Navigating the torturous teenage years just got a whole lot harder for girls and their parents with a new pressure to add to the list - to be "hair free". Hair on your head is fine, eyebrows can stay as long as they're appropriately tamed and eyelashes, well, nothing has changed there: the longer, thicker and curlier the better. But head south and it seems long, thick and curly has no place on the female body.
Lisa A. Phillips Longreads July 13 minutes 3, words. My in-law brushes warm wax on my bikini line.
How young is too young to get wax? With the school year fast approaching, parents of teens and tweens are left with a simple but complicated question. What age is right to start body waxing?
Maybe you've been going for regular bikini waxes for years. Maybe you haven't really thought about it — or you have, but it sounds like a lot of work. But if you've never gotten one before, all you might know about the Brazilian wax is what you've heard from hearsay.
I worry about my daughter. In this age of instant fame, instant messaging, and instant information, how will I raise her with a moral code that includes patience? When the media reports that oral sex has become as casual as a handshake, how can I drive home the message that a meaningful relationship takes time?