#SocialMedia Is Obsessed With #IngrownHair Removal

IngrownHairFew people will fess up to the struggle…but it’s real. An ingrown hair can be the object of laser focus and it’s a dickens to extract. Stress no more, people. Social media has been dishing-out boatloads of videos  on it. Now is the era of the ingrown hair extraction, like a boss. Honestly? As I’m typing up this post, I’m mesmerized by what I’m viewing on @tweezist Instagram. I can’t look away. Maybe it’s the magnification of the video but these ingrown hairs look like they’re 3 feet long! Side note: pulling them out looks like the most satisfying experience I’ve ever known. Not my problem but I get a strange sense of fulfillment watching those hairs sniped out of their underground (subcutaneous) hiding. Don’t judge me too hard. Isn’t this addictive to watch? Yes the interest in watching high def, close-up procedures is beyond captivating. The ultra-magnified delicate extraction of an ingrown hair is like watching a sunset, but what it lacks in beauty it compensates for in obscure fulfillment.

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