Nipple hair: it’s normal, don’t panic!

Women already struggle daily with hair in the armpits, pubic area and legs. Now we’ve added the buttocks and, for some, the moustache and forearms. It’s time to talk about nipple hair and understand that… It’s normal! 


Some women have a complex about nipple hair. It is true that for some, it is more visible than others. We have already talked about how to make them disappear safely, but today we would like to make you accept them. Having hair around the nipple, everyone has it, it’s normal. So, let’s lift the taboos and say no more complexes!

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Breaking the myth about Asian hair

If there is one stereotype about Asia that we all know very well, it is Asian hair. No one knows when it actually started, but at some point, people started thinking that all Asian women had the same type of hair – straight, black and very sleek.

This myth became so well known that there is actually something called « Japanese straightening » to try to achieve these hair qualities. It’s not uncommon to flip through a magazine and find an article showcasing different hair types and, not surprisingly, « Asian hair » has its own section.

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7 hair mistakes that age you

Your haircut, style or color may not be doing you any favors if you want a youthful look. Follow these tips to give your look a few young years and watch out for these 7 hair mistakes that age you.


You can pile on all the anti-aging skin care products you want, but when it comes to looking 10 years older – or younger than your current age, it’s your hair that makes all the difference. « Your hair is one of the first things people notice when they meet you, » says Brad Johns, director of color at Saks Fifth Avenue Salon and Spa. Crow’s feet? Not so much.

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What haircuts for back to school?

Covid’s pandemic has surprised many, especially in terms of hairstyles! Who didn’t end up with white roots, a totally unstructured haircut, and so on! Then the vacations arrived. We are a little lost. So… What haircuts for the school?

As projecting oneself has become difficult, today when we go to the hairdresser, we prefer to play it safe. We tried the home-made dry shampoo and the do-it-yourself bleaches. It’s time to give them a boost by cutting our hair properly. So here are the perfect haircuts for back to school.

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Is it better to use an electric shaver or a manual shaver?

Are you one of those stylish young urban bearded men for whom shaving is not just a pleasure, but a cult that requires special care? Or are you one of those who consider this act a tedious chore? Either way, it’s up to you to choose the method that’s right for you: manual or electric razor.


There are techniques for using a razor properly, but first you need to choose the one that’s right for you. Your beard has to behave!

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Why are hairy women frowned upon?

Femininity and hair do not mix, that’s what many people think. Female hair has always been the object of mockery and disgust, despite the emergence of women’s emancipation movements. But why do we hate women’s hair so much? And do we criticize hairy women? 


Hairy women have nothing to be ashamed of. There is nothing ugly or dirty about it. So why are they singled out?


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Men with beards carry more bacteria… than dogs!

Swiss researchers have launched this information by discovering more germs and bacteria in men’s beards than in dog hair. Let’s take a look at this study and put it into perspective.


Researchers at the Hirslanden Clinic in Switzerland wanted to look at how diseases were transmitted from dogs to humans. In this study, they came to the conclusion that men’s beards contained more germs and bacteria (some of them very dangerous to health) than canine fur.

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