I mean it makes on lookers cringe when red carpet pics come to surface guilty. So, what is the big ordeal with growing out the armpit hair anyway? Is it a statement, for attention, or a combination of both?
Whilst the history of women's hair removal is a long and confusing one, the mystery around female body hair is pretty uncomplicated. Humans, and therefore women, have body hair and can decide what they want to do with it. Unfortunately, gender politics has somewhat muddied this truth, leading some to believe that body hair on women is unsightly, uncleanly and not 'womanly' at all.
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Whatever you choose to do with your body hair is totally up to you. Shave it, sugar it, wax it, laser it all off, or rock body hair the way Mother Nature intended. Either way, it's time we end the stigma surrounding women's body hair altogether.
This is much more than a little stubble. There's very much overgrown hair here that probably took a couple weeks to grow out to this length. So which celebrity wasn't trying to hide these unshaven armpits, but rather show them off?
Personal grooming is called that for a reason. How you wear your hair, whether you choose to wear makeup, and when — and if — you shave are all private choices. But there are a number of public figures whose grooming preferences are out on display.
By now, one would think that a woman would be able to do whatever she likes with her body sans the public commentary. But ask about a woman with armpit hair and they'd surely say that isn't the case. From Miley Cyrus and Madonna to Julia Roberts and Penelope Cruz, more and more female celebs have been rocking long armpit hair lately.
From the Sheezus singer's flash of fur at Glastonbury, we look at the other celebs who've done the same. If you're going to take style tips from Lily Allen then all you need to this summer is a dip-dyed doo and untamed armpit hair. Side note, we love the multi-coloured fringe. Maybe that's a look that would work under arm?