PUBIC HAIR STYLES FOR WOMEN
Embrace your femininity by styling your pubic hair. Cut, Trim, Shave, Wax or Laser Your Pubic Hair. Or let it grow! There are more than fifty Pubic Hair Styles for Women. Choose one or create your own!
Michelangelo felt comfortable showing David with stylized pubic hair, but female bodies remained hairless below the head. By the 17th century, suggestions of female pubic hair appeared in pornographic engravings, such as those by Agostino Carracci. By the late 18th century, female pubic hair was openly portrayed in Japanese shunga (erotica). Fine art paintings and sculpture created before the 20th century usually depicted women without pubic hair or even, a visible vulva.
In ancient Egyptian art, feminine pubic hair was indicated in the form of painted triangles. In medieval and classical European art, feminine pubic hair was rarely depicted, and masculine pubic hair often, but not always, omitted.
Sometimes it was portrayed in stylized form, as was the case with Greek graphic art. The same was true in much of Indian art, and in other Eastern portrayals of nudes.
How Popular are Pubic Hair Cuts?
In a recent study:
48% of men preferred their women to get rid of it all.
29% of men said they preferred their women to be natural - trim and neat but not bare.
16% of men wanted their women to have a little tuft of hair or a patch.
7% said that they would like their women to have more hair than was considered natural.
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