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bikini wax

n.
A cosmetic procedure in which the pubic hair is partly or completely removed by waxing, especially in order not to extend beyond the edges of a swimsuit or other clothing.
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The council wants such services to be provided by qualified staff whose certificates are clearly displayed for customers - and it wants to ban Brazilian waxing altogether.
But the new finding is good news for women who hate undergoing Brazilian waxing.
Brazilian waxing caused intimate skin bleaching to go mainstream - as more people discover Brazilian waxing, the more they pay attention to how they look once the hair is removed.
Among the reasons cited for the international popularity of Brazilian waxing is the practice being mentioned in popular TV shows such as Sex and the City, explained Spring Cooper Robbins, senior lecturer and sexual health researcher at the University of Sydney.
Gwyneth Paltrow said at one point that Brazilian waxing "changed her life," while "Sex and the City" created a cult following around it.
Brazilian waxing kits are also coming into the stores and are going to be popular next year.
Kirsty Young guests on the new series of Room 101 (BBC2, Monday, 9.30pm) and reveals her pet hates include Brazilian waxing and Britney Spears.
She comes over as very polite before dropping a bombshell about the dodgy reasons for Brazilian waxing, or why bulimics deserve everything they get.