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Why am I not surprised?
Nearly every inch of Kim Kardashian’s body is hairless – and that’s exactly how she likes it.
The 30-year-old reality star has spoken out about her obsession with hair removal – and even admitted that she used to wax her forehead.
Kim said that up until two years ago she had baby hairs around her hairline that she used to have removed before opting for a more permanent method of laser surgery.
‘If you look at pictures of me from even three years ago, I had like two inches of baby hairs on my forehead.
‘But they weren’t thick enough to slick back, so they were permanently down and I would wax them all the time and now I lasered them and now they don’t come back,’ Kim tells Us Magazine.
The brunette beauty also makes it a point to keep her hands perfectly manicured and her feet in tip-top shape, and yesterday was spotted her getting her nails done at a salon in Beverly Hills.
She also gets laser hair removal on her legs, arms, underarms and neck.
Kim admits she’s been obsessed with having a hair free physique since before she was even a teenager.
‘Literally, at twelve years old I had a bikini wax. I had an appointment once a month on a specific day, like every Friday we’d go and and get the inside of our brows waxed and a bikini wax.
Kim, who is a spokesperson for the TRIA Laser Hair Removal System, added: ‘I used to have my own wax kit at home and I used to just wax all the time.
She admits can’t stand having hair on her body: ‘I’m, like, obsessed with hair removal.’
But when it comes to her men, she prefers that they go natural, especially in the region below the belt.
Kim, who is currently dating NBA player Kris Humphries, said about her men:
‘I definitely don’t like it if there’s, like, nothing there, it’s weird, but I like it to be well groomed.’
The Life-Size Barbie created by Hamilton College student Galia Slayen.
Galia, who battled anorexia for a year, made Life-Size Barbie with chicken wire, wood and papier mache for National Eating Disorders Awareness Week to start a conversation about body image and show little girls that this shit isn’t realistic. Galia said that she idolized Barbie as a little girl and doesn’t blame the plastic doll for her eating disorder, but “she’s one small factor, an environmental factor. I’m blond and blue-eyed and I figured that was what I was supposed to look like. She was my idol. It impacted the way I looked at myself.”
Life-Size Barbie is 6′ tall with a 39″ bust, 18″ waist and 33″ hips.
What do you think of the Get Real Barbie? I think its a good way to show girls that there are a lot of images projected that are not realistic. But without people in general changing and the social media I think Barbie is a tiny cog in a huge wheel churning out little girls with esteem issues.
I wasn’t allowed to have Barbie’s when I was young due to the poor self image they give. But it didn’t take long for my peers, adults and the media to tell me exactly how I was supposed to look like and made me feel self conscious. Raising awareness is always good and if nothing else I think Get Real Barbie can start a discussion about self acceptance and helping your kids be proud of who they are.
Check out the Today Show video here: