Now, I'm all for lady-scaping. I like to keep myself neat and clean. But, this Schick Quattro commercial has me a bit miffed. If you watch the video, you'll see that women walk by little shrubbery and as their crotch goes by it, the shrub turns into a topiary. Specifically, from a bushy natural look to a triangle or a little strip of greenery.
It's not that the product isn't useful or even pretty cool, it's that my pubic hair, and by association my vagina needs to be "transformed." What if I like it just the way it is? I like her, she likes me, and I'm not about to give her low self-esteem.
Maybe I'm over reacting. I mean, I do enjoy a good salon visit for a cut and color. So, maybe my cha-cha would like some of the same attention. This handy-dandy device just might do the trick.
But, maybe, just maybe, my pubic hair doesn't need so much media attention. I think most women have better things to worry about then whether or not their hair down there is in perfect condition. We could have a whole argument about the media and how it makes women feel bad about their natural bodies, but who has the time when we have so much unruly hair to attend to? I'd be happier if the male counterpart for this product was advertised for the same purpose, but that guy just trims his sideburns. I think there are plenty of men out there who could use some gardening, too. Think about it Schick.