We talk about the hair on our heads with a great deal of openness. Pubic hair has long been a prickly subject. The media, our friends, and our romantic partners can sometimes give us mixed messages about what we should be doing with it. A recent study that surveyed a diverse group of women found that more than 80 percent of gals groom their pubes regularly. About 5 percent of ladies groom daily, but a monthly regimen is more common. About 75 percent of women stick to removing hair from the front and the bikini line.
The Carpet Doesn’t Always Match the Drapes — and 19 Other Pubic Hair Truths
A new survey shows most women groom their pubic hair. Should we be concerned?
T he revelations in a new American report on pubic grooming just keep on coming. Evict it, extract it, uproot it, remove it. Perhaps you too keep a pube-free home, and pride yourself on a paved front lawn, so to speak. Why did I write that?
5 Women On Why They're Done Shaving Their Pubic Hair
Beauty standards about pubic hair have come a long way in the last few years. Once viewed as taboo, having anything other than a Brazilian is finally losing its stigma. To wit: Just last month, a razor brand debuted ads that actually show female body hair in them, a first for the industry. Its normalization is in no small part helped by the celebrities who aren't afraid to open up about their grooming habits in interviews and on social media.
Skip navigation! Story from Beauty. Perhaps you've already heard: The bush is back. Yes, claiming that a body part is "in" or "out" of fashion is still inherently problematic, yet many have noted that a fuller-bodied pubic hairstyle is being celebrated in the public eye in in a way it hasn't been for quite some time.