You could say that hair is a natural part of life. So many organisms in this world have hair or the equivalent of hair and usually for the same reasons – to help keep warm in the hotter conditions, whenever they come. Some humans pride themselves on the treatment of their hair. They behave as if the hair is an extension of their actual life force, the essence that keeps their existence pumping and at peak condition. That’s why shampoo and conditioner commercials always sound like they’re a step away from erotica. That’s not even going into mentioning how they cram so many odd-sounding and long words in their small window of opportunity, just to try and sound scientific and effective. It’s not only the women who are like this, either. Any man who chooses to have long hair will likely pamper and spoil their hair simply because they can.
However, there are some people who belief that you should only have so much hair. They believe in the necessity of hair removal or at least wouldn’t complain if it was a natural process. It’s never usually about the scalp hair, either. Over time, men especially will experience natural hair removal — some lament it, some embrace it, some even force the hair removal along by shaving it all off. Some men will have been bald all their lives and they wouldn’t change it for anything. In fact, they’d probably laugh at those who think natural scalp hair removal is the end of life as one might know it. They’d even look at those who complain about greying hair and wonder what exactly the problem is.
It’s not all about the scalp hair, though. That sort of laser hair removal Sydney CBD can be considered the norm — at least for men who don’t want to grow shrubs on top of their heads. It’s the other, more ‘unsightly’ hair that’s the problem. That even includes facial hair, where removal can sometimes be seen as a way of cleaning oneself up before important appointments. You have the choice to grow facial hair out as a male, but it looks good on some and not on others so it’s very hit or miss. It’s also a hassle to do it daily, but females who unfortunately grow facial hair need to engage in hair removal just to look ‘normal’. You occasionally hear jokes of (especially European) women who grow facial hair and look hideous to any potential male admirers. That’s the sort of world we live in.
Some people will say that hair removal is a symbol of the times and how we treat one another. If we look upon those with certain hair styles and conditions and treat them with disdain or disgust, that’s just indicative of a culture people grew up with. It’s not something any of us can control, the natural reflexes and instincts kick in at a moment’s notice.