Meg here! Schick Quattro for Women hosted myself a few weeks back and showed me a lovely time. I already wrote about how fabulous the Schick Quattro For Women Trim Style is! So you ladies already know. I was hoping we could let these women share in our knowledge.
I don’t understand the thought process here. You put on a dress that costs thousands of dollars, sit in a makeup chair for hours and have your hair done. Then a car comes to pick you up and you go and greet tons of fans at a press heavy event-and you don’t think to shave your pits?
It’s not like that’s a time consuming step.
These people have “people” that do everything for them. I’m pretty sure if I was going to leave the house in that state someone (probably Main Gay Denny) would pull me aside and give me a little “Ooh, you need to shave.” I mean, don’t these women have any friends? I would understand if they were under the weather and on the way to the grocery store, but a red carpet event? Really?
I’m going to have to also point out that pits don’t seem to be the only area being neglected.
No, this is not a new style trend. It’s hopefully, just an unfortunate, rare occurance.
When did women first start shaving? There’s all sorts of theories, some say back in Egyptian times women removed the hair off of their bodies to keep lice away.
Some people claim it became the rage in the early 1900’s when sleeveless dresses became popular.
What about the bikini line? When did that all start? This practice is an old one! You always have to watch for the quiet ones. Yes, the historically most covered up women in the world can take credit for being bare down there. Muslim women remove hair everywhere before their wedding nights.
There are your www.megsmakeup.com Monday shaving fun facts! Since the weather is heating up and hemlines are rising don’t be caught all stubbly. Sure, you may not be greeting millions of fans but with a camera on every phone, do you really want to be “Look, at that one on the left? Her pits are hairy,” Tagged on Facebook?
I didn’t think so.
So spill it! How often are you making sure that you’re silky smooth?