The past year has been filled with truly interesting trends. However, it looks like 2019 will be no different. The first colorful trend for the year is finally here and it’s all about Unicorn Armpit Hair.
Armpit hair is certainly making a major comeback in 2019 after women decided to get rid of their razors and go au naturel. With Januhairy, several women allowed their body hair to grow naturally and share their progress on social media. However, Unicorn Armpit Hair is taking that trend up to a new level.
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So what exactly is this new trend about? The idea is to dye the armpit hair in bright colors. Some creative ladies are going for pink, purple, or orange. However, others yet are going for a rainbow theme.
Not quite ready for multi-colored armpits but still want to embrace the unicorn trend? You can try adding some glitter for a change.
Anyone can try the trend as long as they have been growing their armpit hair for some time. Not surprisingly, even celebrities are dying their hair. For instance, Miley Cyrus is proud to go orange.
Women are not the only ones who are trying the Unicorn Armpit Hair trend. Some men have also joined in and are loving their brightly colored pits.
Although most people are loving the trend, some are not quite as impressed. A few netizens are claiming that women should shave their armpit hair and leave the hairy pits to men. Some have even pointed out that too much body hair is a sign of bad personal hygiene.
Love it or hate it, Unicorn Armpit Hair looks like it’s here to stay.
What do you think of this colorful new trend? Would you like to try it out? Should everyone just grab their razors again? Let us know in the comments below.
18 Animals Who Can Imitate Their Humans So Well
#16 is too funny!
It is a common belief that pets and owners tend to resemble one another. In fact, most of these adorable animals and their humans do not only look so much alike that would make you do a double take, but they can also even do the same expressions!
Well what better way to capture these moments than the human taking a selfie with their beloved pets, right?Here are 18 snaps of animals who can imitate their owners so well.
1. This husky is a master of mimicry.
2. “Through foul and fair...”
Young Man Lets His Pet, A 17-Inch Venomous Centipede, Crawl All Over His Body
Totally not your typical pet.
Pets come in various types and sizes. Some people prefer cuddly ones while others want the exotic, scaly types. There are also those who are into creepy crawlies and this one man from Taiwan and his best friend will give you the chills.
Neil Cheng Le has made a lot of people cringe when a video of him and his beloved pet - a 17-inch venomous centipede - made the rounds on social media. In it, the student bravely lets the arthropod crawl all over his body.
Totally not your typical pet.
Neil's best friend is an Amazonian giant centipede that he bought in 2014. That time, the critter wasn't as frightening as it is now. While others may cringe at the sight of a giant centipede, Neil casually treats his pet like anyone treats a cat or a dog. He even feeds the critter with cat food by hand....
Man Screaming at Spider Sparks Full Police Response
When your greatest fear almost lands you in jail and made you internet famous.
Imagine passing a house one morning and hearing a toddler screaming, followed by a man repeatedly shouting “Why won’t you die?”
What would you do? You’d be calling the cops in an instant, right?
That’s exactly what a concerned passerby did when they heard the said commotion while walking outside a house in the suburbs of Perth, Australia. However, when the police arrived, they found out that the man in question was not committing a sinister crime, but instead, trying to kill a spider.
Rhys Howard has an arachnophobia, an extreme or irrational fear of spiders.