We all look, smell and taste differently, and there is no such thing as a perfect vagina because they are all glorious. Women spend hundreds, if not thousands, of pounds every year on trimming, waxing and shaving their genital region. When exactly this will happen is completely individual, though the process will likely begin in your 40s or 50s. Your pubic hair will thin out, as well as turn grey.
What to do when you go gray…down there
Things that make your pubic hair go grey prematurely | Daily Mail Online
A nationally representative study out of the University of California, San Francisco found that nearly 84 percent of the 3, women surveyed had groomed their pubic hair, and 62 percent had removed it all at least once. Shaving with a nonelectric razor was the most popular method of grooming, followed by trimming with scissors and shaving with an electric razor. Even the current natural-is-beautiful, pro-body-hair movement is a cultural product and one that tends to focus on the hair of cis white women , at that. Women and femmes are far from a monolith, however. Beauty standards interact with gender identity, race, sexuality, relationships, and, yes, simple convenience to influence how we approach our pubes. And while ultimately we may not be able to separate our bush-care choices from beauty ideals, we can stop attaching moral judgments to pubic hair. Ahead, NSFW portraits and uncensored thoughts on the hair down there.
What happens to your vagina and vulva as you age?