By thethrowawayplace - 15/10/2021 17:00
By MyStomachHurts - 15/10/2021 05:00
Except for a few sagacious and understanding people here, I'm surprised to see how benighted some folks are. Saying "I'm gonna assume you're dark because you're Indian" is like saying "I'm gonna assume you're fat because you're American." No we aren't all dark, some of us have extremely light skin tone and brown hair. Secondly, some of the airheads here can't seem to accept the fact that all women have body hair and a peach fuzz above your lips isn't a big deal. How would you have felt if we shamed you for having a hairy stomach or a hairy back and asked you to wax them regularly? If you can't accept us women as we are, don't expect us to accept you in your natural form as well.
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Well, at least it's not as visible as it used to be :) Plus, I bet you look really pretty :)
I've never understood why people reply to fmls like these with "I'm sure you're really pretty (:" like ... you've never seen them or ones about being dumped where the comments are filled with "you deserve better"s like they could be the biggest asshole in the world we don't know why so many mindless compliments on this app
Shave it every day or so, or wax it. You can also try Nair, but then you might end up with irritated looking skin. Laser treatment also works, but can be expensive. Up to you how you want to handle it.
I have relatively dark skin in the summer, and dark hair, and I know from experience that waxing is way better than shaving. With waxing, you won't have to mess with it for a few weeks, and with shaving, it's a few days. Also, when waxing, the hairs grow back finer. Hope this helps!
In my experience, shaving is the best option. Do it towards the end of your shower so the hair is softer and you can get a closer shave, and so then you have to do it less often. Waxing works initially, but then when it eventually grows back you have to let it get a bit long so that the wax has something to grab onto. I've bleached my hair in the past, and because it's dark it turns yellow, as opposed to a lighter hair color on someone else that might be whiter. Not sure if that's your issue or not. And Nair has never worked right for me because my hair is so coarse and thick. Takes multiple treatments and then I end up with chemical burns, even using the sensitive formula. Just some food for thought.