I was at an Indian wedding a few weeks ago. There was a seating plan. My family found our table and sat down. There were three empty seats. Five minutes later the other family arrived.
It was husband and wife and a teenage son. To my surprise I was left stunned to notice that the mother had a lot of facial hair. The funny thing was that she was very proud of this fact and had actually groomed it and was shaped like a goatee beard.
I had to keep a straight face. Even when we were talking to her we tried not to stare at her beard.
The situation was made worse when she started stroking it while she was talking. The funniest thing is when my daughter said out loud "why don't you grow a beard like her mummy, it looks funny". There was an uncomfortable silence and luckily the dj announced that the bride and groom were entering the hall and could everyone please welcome them!!!!!!
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by Sophia D
As an Indian girl I have dark hair and plenty of it!
When I first became aware of my top lip hair I decided to bleach it after shaving didn't work and left me with razor cuts, ow!
The facial bleach I applied made my tache look so blonde it was a joke.
Everywhere I went I had to cover up my mouth and the worst thing was even after I decided I couldn't take it anymore and shaved it off my skin on the top lip had also bleached as I'd left it on too long.
I was only 11 years old at the time.
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My name is Kam and I wanted to share my funny hair stories with you:
For a number of years I have been getting my legs waxed, one month I decided not and to let the hairs grow as I was'nt going to get my legs out or did'nt have any functions coming up where I needed to have clean hairless legs.
I got into bed one night and I knew my legs where hairy, as you do when it's cold cuddle up to your husband as I did and he said which really made me embarrased and made me laugh at the same time,
"Are Those My Legs Or Your's"
I could'nt stop laughing as I knew what he was talking about, he'd brushed his legs against mine and because mine where as hairy as his, he laughed out loud and made that comment.
Every since then I have regularly had my legs waxed and I am now considering getting them lasered, that way the growth and visability of the hairs will be reduced. By doing this now there will be no confusion as to who's legs are in bed and who's have the most hair.
My second story relates to a christmas party I went to a couple of years ago. We where given feather boa and I had one round my neck dancing on the dance floor.
What happened next was the most funniest and embarrasing thing, part of the feather boa came off and embedded itself under my arm pit and as I was dancing there was this big fur bush under my armpit that got stuck there. All my friends were in stitches and had looks of horror, as it looked like I had a massive bush growing under my arm pit.
It was the funniest thing ever and ever since then I have been really conscious about under arm hair and I have now started to get my under arms lasered.
Also learnt never to dance with a feather boa...
You never know where the bits will end up lolololll!!
We were in India last year and I took a picture of my dad with a guy with no hair growth on his chin. It seemed someone shaved his chin whilst he was a sleep and left the rest of his facial hair.
We always laugh at this picture with family and friends.