The human face is a remarkable creation: a perfect arrangement of convenience and style blended to produce the glorious human look. The eyes, nose, eyebrows, teeth, forehead, cheeks, lips, all do an amazing job in aiding the survival and comfort of human beings, while at the same time portraying looks, style and beauty.
Cover girls and supermodels have graced the covers of magazines and promotional products for centuries, lending style and intriguing the minds of people everywhere. The female face has been an object of beauty since the start of creation and the human race seems bent on keeping this way.
This brings us to the topic of “facial hair on women”. When it comes to feminine beauty, facial hair is a definite “no no”. Most females do not have facial hair naturally. Some experience very small occurrences of facial hair which can hardly be noticed.
On the other end of the spectrum, a great percentage of the female population has been faced with the problem of overwhelming facial hair.
Young girls and women waking up to be greeted by unwanted facial hair reflected from the mirror can be anything from annoying to a nightmare. Because of the rapid increase of the incidence of facial hair in girls and women, pharmaceutical companies have developed a booming enterprise in the production of “facial hair removal products” for women. There have also been “herbal treatments and remedies” and books on the issue.
The fact is, MOST, if not ALL girls want or need to get facial hair off their faces, if they occur.
But what about facial hair on men? Hair on the face can be a controversial topic for men. Some men see the “glorious” well-groomed beard and mustache as a way of flaunting their manhood. While others prefer a hairless face for a cleaner look and to avoid the hassle of having to shave constantly. On top of top, women have been complaining of being bothered by facial hair on men both physically during kissing and psychologically because of the looks of it. In fact, a recent survey indicates that women do not find facial hair on men attractive at all!
I met with a male friend the other day who was looking at a hair removal television commercial and he remarked “I wish I didn’t have to shave another day in my life!” Indeed, shaving stimulates the increased growth of facial hair in men, and the idea of having to shave over and over can get repulsive for some men.
Evidently, facial hair removal is something that may be very well in the interest of men as much as women.
But the issue has been a troublesome one as facial hair removal products and programs have met with varying degrees of success. How do you get the hair off? Some of the most well-rated products in the industry of facial hair removal have been met with negative criticism, and some methods are just too expensive.
What if I told you that there are “all natural” ways of PERMANENTLY removing facial hair, as well as other unwanted body hair? There certainly are! Check out the resources below to learn more.