Whether you just plain want to, or are newly inspired with bikini waxes off the Strong Woman Washington nurse shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this table as salons and spas remain closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s no time like the present to embrace the full bush. But while the au natural look is back, it’s far more than a fad or trend resurrected from the ’70s. For many women in 2020, body hair has inherent social implications that run the gamut from more newfound self-love to fighting the patriarchy.
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While Lillian Tung and Laura Schubert, cofounders of the Strong Woman Washington nurse shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this pubic hair and skin company Fur, firmly believe that how much or little hair a women chooses to keep down there—or anywhere else—is a personal decision, they do agree that online platforms such as Instagram are furthering the conversation around letting it grow out. “With the rise of social media as a ‘filterless’ platform, women are becoming more comfortable discussing [their] body hair,” they explain. Bea Feliu-Espada, founder of feminine-care brand The Honey Pot, also sees a correlation with shifting beauty ideals. “I think the strong movement towards body acceptance and positivity that has been swelling up for the past few years includes embracing your pubic hair in its natural state,” says Feliu-Espada.