1960s AU NATURAL

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The sixties saw waves of counterculture grip much of the West, with psychedelia leaving an enduring mark on popular imagination. Bodily freedom was a deeply-rooted part of the hippie ethos—many women associated with the movement chose to leave their underarms unshaved or lightly trimmed.

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Going au natural represented a breakaway from the shackles of normalcy. It was a way for women to defy socially-imposed beauty standards and redefine conventions of femininity—and it remains a symbol of independence and free-spiritedness to this day, with many women continuing to set aside their IPL.

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