Women buzzed or shaved
If you are reading this, you are considering shaving your head. Congratulations and welcome to the coven. Everyone has different reasons for wanting to buzz it all off. For me, I wanted a fresh start after gradually and accidentally making my undercut so drastic, it was inevitable I would have to restart my hair growth all over if I wanted it to grow out in a non-bizarro way. I shaved my head by myself in my bathroom on a regular weekday morning, and it felt like a great start to an otherwise ordinary week. Still, every time I touch it up again, I feel liberated.
Lupita Nyong'o. Age: 30. Sensual, temperamental beauty with amazing forms will be very happy to meet you. A date with me will not leave you indifferent. Affectionate massage will help to relax, oral caress will bring endless pleasure!
One can experience joy, or fear, or just pure adrenaline—everyone is different. And now, with quarantine in the mix, it seems that more and more women are eager for the change. I initially buzzed my hair six years ago after leaving a domestic violence relationship. There was something about knowing he touched the hair on my head that disgusted me. Buzzing meant being free from him. From that point, anytime I felt like I needed to free myself from a feeling or a situation, I'd buzz it again.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Age: 24. I have a flirtatious nature, I love seducing. I'm kinky and open-minded. With me you will forget about your stressful job. I'll make you relax. Everything in my body is natural. I have a pretty face and beautiful brown eyes. You will never forget our time together, you'll want more and more.
While living in quarantine , women have become obsessed with some unexpected things. To name a few: Andrew Cuomo , whipped coffee , sourdough starters , and, for some of us, shaving off all our hair. Record scratch: bald women?! I know.
Sometimes a hashtag sums it up perfectly. A phrase topped the quartet: "The future is female, and it doesn't have time for styling products. The message is clear. A community of women with buzz cuts and shaved heads is growing under hashtags that embrace the look, uniting people in dismissing societal standards and celebrating those who do what they want. Especially considering the beauty ideals that are pushed on women from birth thanks, shampoo commercials , bald women's blatant refusal to exist for anyone but themselves is groundbreaking.