Entertainment Sarah Harrison: Hair on the legs are neglected? Fans react!
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Uppps! Influencin Sarah Harrison (29) has probably worn on Instagram a bit dared to the topic of body hair. Hair on the legs are neglected?
We accompany you daily via stories and wait as ouron the next day and thus to the next "episode". Influencer love to take us in their everyday life and share with us their tips, tricks and experiences and we love to watch it and always listen to curious. Be traveling, events, apartment visits, purchases or just one or other beauty treatment. This also made Influencin , which has recently emigrated with her sweet little family to Dubai. Now she took her followers with the SPA and showed how to remove their leg hair. so far, so good. But after their treatment, she made a comment that made her followers a bit suspicious ...
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Sarah Harrison: "Well-kept legs are just a must"
shortly after her spa visit, where you also dye theand left, the 29-year-old also keeps her smooth legs in front of the camera . She told her about her experience that Waxing / Sugaring has already hurt a bit, but it was ultimately endure and she would like to try it more often. precisely because it is in Dubai "just always summer" and that means:
writes you in your story: "Here is always summer and that means usually short clothes and bikini and there are well-kept legs just a must. "fans react to the statement
Of course, followers have not been waiting for long and have noticed this statement. Some stories later posts Sarah screenshots of news she has received in this regard: " hairy legs are not unkempt, but normal and of course ." Someone else writes:
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hairy legs in women are not a sign of "unbalanced". Every woman grow hair. This is completely normal and has nothing to do with a lack of hygiene! Of course, we fully agree with
. Sarah also has an understanding of the news and explained, that it was exclusively for her own well-being.
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