Share via Email Hair today … but not all body hair is equal, or rather equally disgusting. This month-long body-hair amnesty is the new Veganuary. Which is the new Dry January. And even Brexit got one of those. For the women who have been unwittingly celebrating Januhairy since the moment they caught a glimpse of their leg hair in the wintry split-second between removal of jeans and pulling-on of pyjama bottoms and thought: You are ahead of the curve.
50 Women Are Choosing Not To Shave For ‘Januhairy’, Share Pics Of Their Progress
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Comment Email Copy Link Copied If you haven't heard of the term from anywhere else, you definitely have heard it on television or seen it hash tagged on Instagram. No shave November is a month long movement where people skip the shaving and waxing in order to raise cancer awareness. By letting our hair grow wildly and freely without the usage of any grooming tools, we are embracing our hair — the same hair that most cancer patients lose. So we are putting down the razors and picking up the conversations that might save a life, teaching each other about cancer prevention and educating our youth on the battle most patients deal with. So if you see someone rocking a full armpit fro during November, then it might be part of the campaign. But if you see shaggy legs on the red carpet all throughout Spring Fashion week, then it's probably not in honor of No Shave November. It's more likely no shave at all.
I thought I would write a little about my experiences and how Januhairy came about I grew out my body hair for a performance as part of my drama degree in May There had been some parts that were challenging for me, and others that really opened my eyes to the taboo of body hair on a woman.