Izabella Zaydenberg. Whether you choose to let your body hair run wild and free or prefer to be as slick as a dolphin, it's your choice — and you look totally flawless, regardless. And while Paris Jackson has made headlines this summer for her body hairshe isn't the first celebrity to let her leg and armpit hair hang out in the world.
Raise your hand if your mom presented you with a drugstore razor and can of shaving cream, on top of bombarding you with the sex talk and explaining what a period is during puberty. As a woman, there's a good chance you've either been taught or told to shave your legs at some point, but how many of you can honestly say you grew up knowing body hair is beautiful, and removing it is a personal choicenot a requirement? It amazes me that inwomen are still subjected to this stigma, but celebrities with body hairwho aren't shy about posting their stubble on social media, or attending a red carpet event baring hairy legs and wisps under their armpits, are setting an important example for women of all ages.
For some, it's empowering to go against the grain and our society's fixation with female hairless bodies. It's natural, so if you've got it, flaunt it. For others, seeing visible armpit and leg hair still creates discomfort.
By Kevin Kayhart For Dailymail. It is truly a magical time for Bella Thorne. The year old actress took to her Instagram Story and announced she landed roles in three new films over the last two weeks.
Marisa Tomei 's decision to go unshaved at the Emmys isn't sitting well with fans. The "Staten Island" actress confused her followers when she proudly displayed her hairy underarms following the award show and many are telling her to "shave that s Her armpit situation wasn't presented until she shared a post-party photo on Monday.
In the world of Hollywood, everything gets seen and nothing goes unnoticed, especially with the paparazzi and social media, so celebrities always must be a tiny bit more careful with their appearances. When it comes to body hair, the social and gender norm is that women are not supposed to have any visible hairs on the body, while men can grow a forest. And when it comes to Hollywood, the female stars need to always make sure they are hairless and at their best, because who knows when the snapping cameras will be around.
University student Yasmin Gasimova insists 'being hairy isn't scary' - but it seems celebs aren't scared to ditch the razor from time to time either The cries were audible across offices and public transport this morning as news broke there is a year-old student in Liverpool who doesn't shave her body hair. Yasmin Gasimova, who studies computer science at Liverpool University, has revealed on a blog post that she does not shave her legs, her armpits, or even the hair on her belly
Whilst the history of women's hair removal is a long and confusing one, the mystery around female body hair is pretty uncomplicated. Humans, and therefore women, have body hair and can decide what they want to do with it. Unfortunately, gender politics has somewhat muddied this truth, leading some to believe that body hair on women is unsightly, uncleanly and not 'womanly' at all.
Jump to navigation. The world needs more women like actress Lola Kirke, who made a style statement with unshaven armpits--in an uber feminine gown, by the way--at the 74th Golden Globe Awards yesterday. Kirke, 27, was very on-trend in the strapless princess gown with 3D floral applique.
The actress, 20, looked incredible in figure-hugging scarlet gown and fully embraced her body hair for the glam occasion. The American starlet has long been an advocate of women rocking body hair, should they wish to, and she led by example in the Italian capital. Writing on InStyle last year, Bella addressed the criticism she had faced for growing her body hair.