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The origin of the dyed armpit hair can be traced to a hairdresser based in Seattle named Roxie Hunt who was searching for a perky way to highlight the blue hair of a co-worker. She dyed her colleague’s armpit in blue to match with the hair colour.

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Before you can actually start dyeing your underarm, you must first grow your hair. Hence, if you are shaving regularly, you might have to wait for a while before you can colour it.

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Depending on how bushy you are, growing the hair on your armpit will take anywhere from a few days to weeks. If you just intend to splash a bit of colour on your pits, then your waiting period is shorter.

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Depending on how bushy you are, growing the hair on your armpit will take anywhere from a few days to weeks. If you just intend to splash a bit of colour on your pits, then your waiting period is shorter.

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Women who dye their armpits can choose to coordinate with the natural or bottled colour of their hair. Many others opt to experiment with different hues and bolder colours.

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Hence, dyeing armpits is more about freedom of expression, love of body and embracing body hair, including underarm hair. Because shaving the hair is the norm rather than the exception in a lot of societies, there are mixed reactions to dyed armpit hair.

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There are people who are disgusted alone by the thought of unshaven pits, but there are also those who are attracted by them. Coloured underarms might also get the same attention.

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There are people who are disgusted alone by the thought of unshaven pits, but there are also those who are attracted by them. Coloured underarms might also get the same attention.

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“Free Your Pits Movement” was started by Ms. Hunt encouraging every woman shaved or not, dyed or undyed to share pic(s) of their armpits online or on social media sites.

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Hence, you will see lots of selfies taken by women who have liberated their armpits and shared their freedom online. What about you?

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Have you decided to join the movement? Are you still hesitant to colour your armpit or prefer it au naturel?

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If you would like a personal challenge, then you might like this colour on your pits. You might even mix your own colours for a style that is truly yours.

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The new beauty craze might seem bizarre to a lot of people who are used to not seeing armpits at all let alone dyed hair in crazy colours.

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Whatever you choose, it is your body after all. Sharing it to the rest of the world is just another way of expressing your creativity and imagination or even empowering yourself.

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Whatever you choose, it is your body after all. Sharing it to the rest of the world is just another way of expressing your creativity and imagination or even empowering yourself.

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