The deliciousness and nutritional value of the Kiwi Fruit is rivaled by few others, but those tiny hairs all over the skin can make eating them whole kind of uncomfortable. When I recently posted my 'TIL' Post about the Kiwi Fruit health and nutrition benefits it seems that a few people thought that I may have been promoting eating Kiwi Fruit with the hair. While it saddens me deeply that people would think that a man of my reputation would be a promoter of such views, I tried to respond with tact. However, I was not completely able to restrain myself, so I have taken the time to create this incredible "How To" video on the matter, in which I discuss and demonstrate the different methods of shaving Kiwi Fruit.
HeadBlade ATX TV Commercial, 'Shave Your Head'
Vintage Shaving Advertising
After decades of women being told to hide their natural body hair, it's is finally becoming normalized. In addition to both celebrities and women across the country embracing their leg and armpit hair, this movement has, ironically enough, been pushed to the forefront by an indie razor brand, Billie. A year ago today the brand released its historic Project Body Hair video, the first-ever razor ad to show female body hair. Despite the progress made in our culture and advertising, there's still one type of hair that's seen as taboo: pubic hair. The video showcases models' pubic hair in various states, from a clean shave to a full bush.
Goodbye waxing—this facial hair remover is a game-changer
When stuck in the shower — smeared head to toe in foaming gel — do you ever wonder why exactly you spend so much time shaving? Why do you get rid of your armpit tufts, wax off your leg hairs, and clean up your bikini line? The history of hair removal can give us an insight into that, and a great way to study it is by looking at hair removal ads that spanned the 20th century. Ads often rely on the emotions of their consumers to sell their ideas, and they pull on strings attached to fear, love, and vanity to create problems that you previously didn't know you had. But once the seed is planted, you'll be hard-pressed not to want to fix it.
Stop Use Indications: Warning: contents under pressure. Do not puncture or incinerate. Do not heat for warm lather or any other purpose. Do not store where temperature may exceed degrees F. Keep from freezing.