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Decorative Grooming: Vajazzling and Beyond10,641 Views
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Description: Vajazzling is one of the latest "beauty" trends for women -- making their lady parts all glittery and sparkly with the application of crystals. But how safe is it? Learn more by watching Decorative Grooming: Vajazzling and Beyond.
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There are a few things we can thank Jennifer Love Hewitt for. One being her performance in Can't Hardly Wait and // the other // making 'vajazzling' popular, the term actually coined by the Barely There salon. Back in early 2010, the actress spilled the jewels on the vaginal beauty trend during an interview with comedian and talk show host George Lopez. 'It looks like a little disco ball down there', were her exact words. Well then, with that image in mind, let's discuss what exactly vajazzling is and // of course // its implications on your vaginal health. So vajazzling is pretty much be-dazzling your vagina. You take rhinestones // or Swarovski crystals if your budget allows // and have them glued to your vulva in intricate patterns. Your design will stay put with eyelash glue or spirit gum, a common cosmetic adhesive. But before you start gluing, you'll have to clear the canvas of ALL hair. That means shaving or getting a Brazilian wax. The designs stick for up to 5 days, sometimes less if you've shaved, since the hair can start sprouting as soon as two days later. But, since the gems are glued to your vulva, little things like walking and going to the bathroom won't disturb them. However, sex with a vajazzled va-jay-jay is a different story. Expect to peel the glittery pieces off your bed sheets. While vajazzling might look pretty, there are some health risks. For one, some adhesives contain alcohol, ether, latex, or formalin -- all of which can cause allergic reactions. There's also all the added risks of tearing, burns and ingrown hairs that come with a Brazilian wax. If you're not into glitz and glitter, yet still admire a sexy masterpiece, you may like a temporary tattoo down below. Christened a Vatoo, what you'll get is an airbrushed design on your vulva using tattoo ink, body paint or airbrush makeup. You'll need to get bald down below for this procedure too, and you can count on it lasting about 5 days. But, keep in mind, opening the pores and filling them with chemicals, increases your risk for allergic reactions, infections or ingrown hairs. For those looking to beautify naturally, consider different waxing patterns like the European, nothing more than a small patch of hair on the mound. Or, ask for the Heart // which is exactly what it sounds like // shaping your pubic hair in to a heart. Always check with your doctor first before undergoing any hair removal procedure and discuss any medical conditions you may have with the therapist beforehand. To learn more about hair removal procedures and techniques, check out other videos in this series.