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How to "vajazzle" the vulva with crystals? Answered

Greetings,

Looking for how-to on decorating the vulva with crystals a la Jennifer Love Hewitt and Completely Bare Spa.

http://www.stylelist.com/2010/01/13/jennifer-love-hewitt-swarovski-crystal-vajazzle/

http://www.completelybare.com/brazilian-bikini-wax.php?osCsid=6d24517ce06a68dacd7b3876dcac3d56

Thanks

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Biggsy (author)2011-01-14

Are you kidding me? What the hell is the world coming to... i'm almost peeing myself laughing at this... hehehehe

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wocket (author)2010-03-26

it's not such a great idea. crystals are mineral based and if any make their way to those internal and sensitive areas hey could become embedded. there's some extensive research on why you should never use talc down there if your a girl (dramatically increased risk of cervical and other cancers). I imagine putting bigger insoluble rocks (those tiny crystals) or even glitter  would cause a similar issue.

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Monad01 (author)2010-03-09

Have a look at what men are saying about the vajazzle craze!!

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killerjackalope (author)2010-01-17

What kiteman said makes sense, there are a variety of body adhesives you could acquire at costume shops or the like, experiment caerfully with them, since the whole areas's sensitive

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Oh and vajazzle is a hilarious word...

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My aunt says (or said) Vajaja.

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She and every issue of Cosmo ever.

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lemonie (author)Lithium Rain2010-01-18

I know Cosmo' as Cosmo', but I also know Cosmo as Cosmo (one of these puppet characters)

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I wouldn't know. Never read Cosmo.

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Doctor What (author)Rock Soldier2010-01-17

 And every episode of Oprah.

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Rock Soldier (author)Doctor What2010-01-17

Never watched Oprah either.

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Doctor What (author)Rock Soldier2010-01-17

 O.o

Never?

Not even for Oprah's favorite things?

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Rock Soldier (author)Doctor What2010-01-17

I think.
(However, it would seem alittle odd if I watched Oprah)

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Doctor What (author)Rock Soldier2010-01-17

 Why?  She is the ultimate.  

She is kind.  She brings charity to millions, and offers guidance and support.

And if she is betrayed, she brings the flood.  Did you see what happened to the author of "A Million Little Pieces"?  She ripped him apart.

Like a dog.

A zombie dog.

After a child.

She can do anything she wants.  Now that I think about it, maybe it is a good idea that she's ending her show next year.

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Rock Soldier (author)Doctor What2010-01-18

(I can't reply to the post with the video)
I don't get it.

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Doctor What (author)Rock Soldier2010-01-18

*sigh*  Oprah pretty much coined the term "vajayjay".

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Rock Soldier (author)Doctor What2010-01-17

I thought she was ending it in 2012? (ZOMFG TH3 END UF TH3 WURLD!!1 0PRAH IS ENDN IN 2o12!!)

Although yet again, can't say that I did see a zombie dog Oprah rip an author apart. Truthfully I can't, of course.

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Are really talking about Oprah on a thread about Vajajas?

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Lithium Rain (author)Doctor What2010-01-17

You know, I don't think I ever have, either. Not on purpose, just never really got around to it.

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Me neither, but it's right on the front cover, you see it at the grocery store or on blog posts ridiculing them.

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Kiteman (author)2010-01-17

Step 1: Remove all hair from the region.  I recommend using a depilatory cream, since waxing hurts.  A lot.

Step 2: Apply self-adhesive body crystals, according to the instructions on the packet.

Step 3: Show off in an appropriate manner.

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Doctor What (author)Kiteman2010-01-17

 Waxing does hurt.  A TON.  Go with nair.

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Kiteman (author)Doctor What2010-01-17

Word.

(I had my legs done for charity.  I'm quite chuffed that I managed not to flinch - the games teacher flinched with every strip.)

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Goodhart (author)Kiteman2010-01-18
There are just some "areas" that are more sensitive then others.....my legs or arms wouldn't be a problem.....but no one would touch my, um chest or one other area with that stuff...
 

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Lithium Rain (author)Kiteman2010-01-17

I agree, it was very charitable of you not to inflict the sight of your hairy legs on an unsuspecting world.

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Kiteman (author)Lithium Rain2010-01-17

I do have photos, somewhere...?

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Lithium Rain (author)Kiteman2010-01-17

Oh God no no no please no please oh please don't let him post that please please no no no no no 

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Rock Soldier (author)Kiteman2010-01-18

Please for the love of Science don't.

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Oh, scientifically speaking it would be fascinating, but I don't think it would be very ethical...

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How would be fascinating scientifically speaking?

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Doctor What (author)Kiteman2010-01-17

 I had my friendly regions done for the cosmetic look.  It looks like a hairless cat afterward.  Never again. 

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Sunbanks (author)Doctor What2010-01-17

Nair seems like it would hurt too D: Maybe not so much though, but I've had bad experiences with nair and never want to use it again... 

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Doctor What (author)Sunbanks2010-01-17

 There's a nair specifically for sensitivity, right?  As long as you don't leave it on too long, it shouldn't burn.

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