While Kim Kardashian's behind may have broken the internet, its her front that piqued my interest. There was a notable lack of pubic hair that made me raise the question, is the Brazlian wax back and why did it go away in the first place?
All the uner 25 year olds in the office maintain a) their own nether regions, and b) that the Brazilian didn't go anywhere anyway. To them it is common place to keep everything so tidy that grooming is not applicable (you can't worry about hair that is not there). I'm inclined to recognise it as a practical solution to the stray bikini line situation, rather than a trend choice, but I'm not sure Kim K would have the same motivation.
I had an accidental Hollywood once (to our American readers - that is everything off, no landing strip or tiny triangle left). I was booked in for a 'Bollywood' - a wax with swarovski crystals. Today this is known as a Vazazzle, but this was way back when Essex was still just a place east of London rather than a phenomenon. To say I was shocked when she returned me to my pre-pubescent state was an understatement. Furthermore the crystals failed to stick to my skin - since they'd had to sooth it with post-wax oil - so I was as god intended. For a child to be.
Since then I've been averse to taking any drastic pubic measures, but I'm willing to be persuaded. Essentially it's a case of Kim Kardashian for Paper Magazine, versus Kate Moss for Playboy. Here are the pros and cons;
An Argument for a Brazilian
Your body con outfits will not be disrupted by and lumps or bumps.
You can safely put on a bikini at the drop of a hat
You might feel neater/tidier/cleaner
If John Paul Goude wants to photograph you naked, you'll be ready for him.
There's nothing quite like the feeling of nothing between you and your underwear
Why the hell not? #ELLEfeminism
An argument against
There's something quite strange about the feeling of nothing between you and your underwear
It is less hygenic - your pubes are there for a reason and it is one of protection.
Depending on your pain threshhold it really hurts. And has the potential to be fairly humiliating.
You can save around £30 a month. Why not buy an ELLE subscription instead?
The 1970's are a huge ss2015 trend.
Why the hell should we? #ELLEfeminism
But really, when all is said and done there is only one opinion about pubic hair that matters, and that is your own.