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A new survey reveals that a third of British men think women complain for no reason about the pain involved in getting a wax. Clueless men don't know where to start when describing the pain of a wax. A quarter believe it would feel like a Chinese
She just released The Body Book and has been promoting it around the country. "I truly believe when you don't understand your body, you forget how to be kind to yourself," she explained. No topic is off limits for the 41-year-old and she has been
It turns out that women are actually men if they don't shave their legs , or epilate, or Veet. That's according to an ad campaign by Veet, the company that wants you to buy Veet...It's big business because wait for it adult women have hair on their
Continue Reading Below Hi ... this is the Veet marketing team in the US. We just wanted to let everyone know, we get itwe're women too. This idea came from women who told us that at the first hint of stubble, they felt like 'dudes.'' It was really
Hair removal brand Veet is under fire after adverts broadcast in the US telling women to shave/wax or risk "dudeness" were branded as "ignorant", "sexist" and "insulting" by appalled men and women. Their US Facebook page has been inundated with posts
Don't risk dudeness!' New Veet ads branded 'sexist' for suggesting women are manly if they don't wax their body hair Criticism has poured in since the ads first aired on Monday during Dancing with the Stars, with viewers branding them 'sexist', '
Three ads feature women who turn into hairy, overweight men (actually, the same hairy, overweight man) because they "shaved yesterday." A lover is disgusted, a nail is technician appalled, and a taxi driver refuses service because these gorgeous
European Waxing Center New Hair-Removal Salon Opens in Five Points Wednesday, April 2, 2014 Article Tools Share Article Generally it's nice to receive a comment about your hair unless said hair is in your nose, on your ears, or connecting both
Aaron Levie Levie lost control of his company when he raised venture capital dollars. Levie's answer, as usual with Levie, is pretty funny: So far, I have yet to bleed while building Box (well, one time I was late to a meeting and cut myself shaving)
I think everyone here should shave their heads," she said in a statement.