Skip navigation! Story from Body. It had its heyday in the '60s and '70s, but natural female pubic hair has since fallen out of favor. So much so that, apparently, there are now sexually-active hetero men who say they've never seen it.
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Jo was a natural blonde until puberty and has been experimenting with various fun shades of blond brown, magenta, and blue ever since. Forget the blonde jokes—what do you really know about the blond hair color? That's because 1 in every 3 women bleach their hair. Fewer men do, but their numbers are rising! Marilyn Monroe, arguably the most famous blonde ever, was born a brunette.
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Beauty standards about pubic hair have come a long way in the last few years. Once viewed as taboo, having anything other than a Brazilian is finally losing its stigma. To wit: Just last month, a razor brand debuted ads that actually show female body hair in them, a first for the industry. Its normalization is in no small part helped by the celebrities who aren't afraid to open up about their grooming habits in interviews and on social media. Shave, wax, trim, do nothing —the point is, the choice is yours.
Worried about the chemicals in your hair dye? Good news ahead. About 40 percent of American women dye their hair regularly, according to Statista. Some background: The study looked at 46, women whose sisters had breast cancer, and over eight years, 2, of them got breast cancer themselves. Permanent hair dye was associated with 45 percent higher breast cancer risk in black women and a 7 percent higher risk in white women researchers speculate that hair texture could account for some of this difference.