To tweeze, pluck, wax or cream? In this segment the women open up about how they groom their bodies to get rid of those unwanted strays.
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Here, the women talk about body hair and what they do about it. Female1: The only place that I’ve found that I’m getting hair is my chin I just pluck those because right now they're strays. It’s probably possible as I get older that I might get a patch because my older sisters have patches that they have to get taken cared off but as for now– Female2: At least you know when you're going to take care of it. Female1: Yes, exactly. But for now that’s the only place that I get stray hairs that are kind of random. Female2: And there's like four hairs around my belly button. But that like once in a while and then I have one random little hair that grows right here, just one and its like every three months, I’ll be like, “Oh, you came back, see you later.” Female3: I get some occasionally some nipple hairs. Female4: Its hereditary, my mom had them. One day she was just like, “Do you have nipple hairs Janet?” And I was like, “Yup.” Only like a couple they’ll be like–sometimes, if you know, because I’ll just let it go sometimes you know. One day I was under bright lights with a guy and I was like, -- Female2: You're so blonde, I would think that you wouldn’t be able to see it. Or is it like? Female4: The hairs get lighter in the sun so those things don’t go out much. Female3: I just started plucking my little mustache which was not like nobody could tell really except, you know, my boyfriend, in my face and we had one of those days where he had a mole on the back–I've got to pluck it and we just had one of those where we are just plucking each other. Female5: Like monkeys picking– Female3: Right, it is completely monkey like. Like I'm just plucking all over his back and then he said something about them like, “Oh, my god, you can see my mustache.” I'm like, “Is it bad.” He’s like, “I don’t know, it’s not bad.” But you know, I'm perfectionist. Well, now it’s got to go. Female1: I do–there's an upper lip cream. I found it last time I got waxed up here, I forgot. Female2: Yeah! And sometimes it leaves like a red like kind of sore. I mean, I don’t know– Female4: I thought it was just -- like when you're like, singe your hair and it was all crispy feeling and I was like, I can’t make out with anybody who are crispy. Female3: Because my friend who is blonde, she bleaches it even blonder but you can still–in the light, you can still see the hairs. So I’d rather just have it off than try to like actually– Female4: Well, it took me 27 years to get here and it only took like a week to get back after taking it off the first time.