Revealed: 21 celebrity hair removal fails! We ask: Why look like this when there is a simple fool-proof remedy that solves the problem once and for all?

By Hillary Gittings for SterlingBeautyOnline
PUBLISHED 10 July 2020.
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Armpit hair attracts paparazzi the same way cellulite does. But we all have both, so why bother zooming in on stars’ stubble? Seriously, unless it’s majorly long, who cares — everyone runs out of razors from time to time.

Now don’t get us wrong, it’s not that we’re the armpit police or anything. It’s just that armpit hair really freaks people out! It’s not often you get to see a good bit of celebrity fluff, so when you do it’s all the more shocking.

Don’t these stars have their stylists and ‘people’ to check for fashion faux pas like this? Guess not – and it’s reassuring to know they’re normal like the rest of us.

1: So bushy!
Cara Delevingne

“I never thought I would need armpit hair again, I was wrong,” Cara Delevingne about the film smell.

2: Madge of the hair!
Madonna

Leave it to Madge to also be an early pioneer of body acceptance. She wears this as a kind of fashion statement!

3: Drama. Armpit!
Amandla Stenberg

Stenberg revealed underarm hair last fall, and people lost their collective minds. But oh so chill as can be.

4: Tresses away!
Bella Thorne

“I see myself and other girls get hate for having body hair. God forbid I’m not all waxed AT ALL TIMES.”

5: Opps!
Beyonce

She is regularly referred to as the queen of all things, so a litte underarm hair should not worry Beyonce.

6: Victoria’s hair!
Doutzen-Kroes

Who cares about a little underarm hair showing when you’re one of the top Victoria’s Secrets Angels!

7: Heads you win!
Britney Spears

For a free-spirited girl who shaved off her head hair what does a little under arm hair matter!

8: The LOL sticker!
Halsey

To a “LOL” sticker she replied “It’s an armpit. Not sure what else there is here to explain?” Quite right!

9: Hairy parents!
Lizzy Jagger

‘I do get a lot of inspiration from his make-up looks from the 1970s” even down to the hippy underarms!

10: Tats ‘n’ hair!
Paris Jackson

“If you’re not competing with your brother over who can grow longer leg hair wyed [what you even doing].”

11: A pioneer!
Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts was one of the first celebrities to flash underarm hair on the red carpet. Keep it up!

12: Peep hole!
Alicia Keys

This Grammy winner and platinum selling artist had a sparkling debut – and some sparkling tummy hair!

13: Stubble trouble!
Tyra Banks

Photographed sporting stubble Hollywood Tuna says, “This is absolutely disgusting . . .’ Not really!

14: With rhythm!
Grace Jones

Slave to the Rhythm Grace has contributed an outstanding contribution to fashion – and body hair art!

Arm bush!
Tom Selleck

With his Magnum tash and open buttoned Hawaiian shirt, Tom says aloa to hairy chest.

16: Under where?
Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland revealed some major cleavage (and hairy pits) recently but no distraction from other assetts!

17: Drew hair!
Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore is a child star and fabulous actress, so what the hell do I care about body hair!

18: Who cares!
Lindsay Lohan

So what’s wrong with leaving your leg hair to grow out for a few weeks as this looks oh so naturel!

19: Bushy selfie!
Scout Willis

Scout Willis, the middle daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis, often shows off her armpit hair!

20. All hail!
Miley Cyrus

She’s such a free spirit and a true artist, she understands the creative process and that hair too!

21. Technicolor Bush!
Lady Gaga

Whether it’s a full bush or a total wipe-out, chose your matching shade for an attention-grabbing finale!

From Madonna to Lady Gaga; from Byonce to Britney Spears; from Drew Barrymore to Tom Selleck; all these celebrities have one thing in common - the urgent need to get rid of embarrassing body hair! Do it once and for all with Hairfree - Laser hair removal - in a tube!

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