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Billie started doing its part to welcome women into the Movember movement with a video that throws up all the stigma in connection with upper lip hair.
Facial hair is a symbol masculinity for men, it makes a man complete when it comes to his looks. November is a month of no-shave which already gained huge popularity among men since a couple of years .”MOVEMBER” is a movement which encourages men to grow facial hair throughout the month to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer research. This already reached a very huge population through various social media platforms. But wait, there are many women around and among us who are facing difficulty with the growth of unwanted facial hair. When it comes to women, facial hair is a stigma surrounding her body since forever. Some women have the growth of body and facial hair as a part of pcod\pcos and some others might face this due to severe hormone imbalance. whatever may be the fact a woman with facial hair is often body shamed. however, women all around the world were left out of the Movember until now.All thanks to Billie, the international shaving brand that created the first-ever campaign with a brand new initiative that reminds everyone that women have upper lip hair too! They have invited women to join in the ‘Movember’ movement this month. Derived from the word moustache (mo) and November, Movember involves men growing out facial hair, especially moustaches, to improve awareness about men’s health, including conditions like prostate cancer and testicular cancer.See the video here Billie started doing its part to welcome women into the Movember movement with a video that throws up all the stigma in connection with upper lip hair. In the clip, women are seen embracing facial hair. ‘Cause a ‘stache is a ‘stache, and we shouldn’t let our perfectly good ones go to waste,” the women in the video say.Now, women are being encouraged to join in. The video shared by the brand shows women narrating the painful procedures they often undergo to get rid of the facial hair. It has them asserting that “women have moustaches too”.
The movement hopes to reduce the high level of stigma attached to women’s body hair for years. such movements are yet to be received by women all over the world to the stigma that surrounds different body-shaming activities.
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