Miss Coty has an aim to have a community of women who pass on their wisdom of conquering hair and other lady-like struggles everyday.
I’m Cynthia and when I hit puberty I noticed two things:
- The Universe thinks women are born as a naked mole rat. (I was not like that. EVER!)
- Teenage girls don’t really share the struggle of periods. (It was very true for me at my school)
Thank God, puberty is long gone and body hairs and periods don’t freak me out like it did then. Since then I’ve had to learn a few (seems like a million, actually) things about hair removal and that time of month.
But the struggle is real now for my youngest sister. At this age, she might dislike me for making a blog about topics like:
- Tampons VS Pads – What is Best?
- To Shave or Not to Shave? 10 tips&tricks.
- Best Hair Removal Products and Systems.
The other reason why I made this page – well, I was never a hairless gal. From the day I was born – I was probably one of the hairiest babies in the hospital. (Thank you, dad’s genes) and I’ve missed a couple of days of school because I wanted to pull out my uterus out and throw it out when that time of month came around.
I’ve tried out many methods in that field, and ladies – menstrual cups are MY go-to. Sorry, but they are too good to be true. But since I understand that this blog is meant for not only women, but also for girls just having their first period, then I have included the other (the old fashioned) methods too.
The other part is meant for hair removal.
A lot of people compliment my dark curly hair. From that you should understand that I have DARK and COARSE body hairs. If only someone would compliment my hairless legs once in a while.
I’m pretty sure I’ve tried it all – shaving, waxing, threading, laser hair removal, going all-natural.
(Not too fond of the last one. But cheers to ladies that embrace it and just don’t give a damn.)
My body is picky, therefore, I’ve had to adapt to different methods for different body parts.
I can wax my bikini, but would I ever try it for legs? Never again! I get red bumps and ingrown hairs. Lower part of my legs likes shaving in the opposite way of hair growth, upper part likes shaving in the same way of hair growth. Armpits love epilating, not so much shaving.
That being said, I don’t understand why women get asked “What could you possibly do so long in the shower?”
Since every women actually is individual and different in her own kind of way, I’d be more than happy if you, (YES, GIRL, YOU) would write for Miss Coty.
The struggle IS real. I have deep knowledge about dark, coarse hair, but if you know a thing or two about light, red, thin or thick hair, or about staying positive during that time of month – contact me!