Men are worried about losing their hair, while women are trying desperately to remove hair from their bodies.
Hair loss is common, particularly among men. More than 50% of men have male pattern hair loss by the age of 50.
Yet instead of normalizing hair loss, American hair loss sufferers spend more than 3.5 billion dollars a year to treat it.
Let's bring the sexy back to baldness. Here's some bald hotness to inspire you:
While men are trying to keep their hair, women spend more than 58.4 days and $10,207 removing hair from their bodies during their lifetime.
Many people associate hairlessness with women as "clean" but this is about marketing and not facts.
The Billie razor brand (though they ultimately make money on hairlessness) did a great campaign normalizing body hair and making hair removal more about choice than necessity:
Loving all the people breaking with hair expectations!