Women Grow Out Their Facial Hair For 30 Days

Women Grow Out Their Facial Hair For 30 Days


– Is it a month long? – [Camerawoman] Yeah. – Oooh! (cheerful music) – I have had the hairiest
face since childhood. – I grow facial hair,
like, all through here. – I have lovely little trinkets of hair sticking out, like a little goat. – Every time someone
says anything nice to me, if they ever say anything nice to me, it’s about my brows. To just let them go free is something that’s just not going to work for me. – When I was younger, I noticed that people on TV didn’t have as much hair on their face as I did, so that’s when I kind of thought that it wasn’t normal. – The only woman with a
unibrow is Frida Kahlo, and she’s still called ugly. – I’m hoping to gain some
confidence in myself. – I think it’ll be nice to give my face a break for like, a month. – You like what you see now? Give this a month. (gong banging) (classical music)
– I didn’t expect that this little chin hair is already so long. If you can kind of see that. I’m going to be super hairy
at the end of this month. – I personally notice,
like, a lot of growth. I’m getting really paranoid. – So it’s been about a week
since I’ve done this challenge, and already I have, like,
just hair everywhere, and I feel like everyone’s
staring at my unibrow. (ding) (faster classical music)
– Aah! I have so much hair, it’s driving me nuts! It’s not a lot of hair on, like, tape. In person, I think, you can see it. It’s really bothering me. – There’s a little bit
of a unibrow growing in, right there. It’s starting to merge. This is my worst nightmare. – Like, I realize that
this isn’t that bad, but I feel super hideous. I need to pluck my brows. (ding) (very fast classical music)
– So I just came back from my interview. I just kept thinking,
like, “What if he notices how bushy my eyebrows are? What if he just thinks I’m a slob, that I’m just lazy, and he just translates that into my work ethic,” and you know, it was just, it was just too much. – I mentioned it to my
guy friend the other day, and I was like, “Hey, I’m
doing a BuzzFeed video,” and he was like, “Oh,
cool, what is it about?” “Blah, blah, blah, facial hair.” He’s like, “Ew, that’s
gross, that’s so gross!” I don’t think it’s that gross! I think it’s good to keep things kempt, same as for guys. I’d rather be kissing you and not flossing my teeth with your beard. – I never want to do this again. I feel hideous, I feel
like a monster right now. I’m not happy about this challenge. I might actually get them done today, because I just literally
can’t take it anymore. (ding) (fast classical music)
– You can’t see it, right? You can’t see it. I don’t think you can see it. I feel it, though. I feel it. I really want to take it off. (frustrated noise) – Oh my. I can totally see it now. Usually, I wasn’t able to see… Oh my god. – Plucked a little bit, like on the sides. Still left a little bit more hair than I’m used to leaving. I don’t even care that I plucked. I’m a piece of shit, sorry. (swelling happy, simple music)
I thought I’d better at it, and I felt like, “This is going
to be a really great moment for me to like, give zero
fucks,” but I’ve never given more fucks in my life. – I think I would’ve been
fine with my facial hair if I wasn’t concerned with other people’s perspective of me. – I didn’t even want to go outside. My boyfriend was coming
in from out of town, and I just couldn’t feel sexy. I don’t think it was so
much a beauty standard issue as much as it was, like, a me issue. – The videos started getting
more (laughs) agitating. I’d try to put on makeup, but
you’d see, like, whiskers. At a point, I was sitting in my car, and I was ripping out my own mustache hair because it was making me paranoid. – I had an interview this month, and that was, I think,
the most nerve-wracking I had ever been about my appearance. I avoided eye contact a
lot during the interview, and I thought that really hurt my chances. Spoiler, it didn’t, but no one said anything negative about them. – There are a lot of people out there who either aren’t allowed, or, because of cultural reasons, they don’t get to remove facial hair. Hang in there. We have to fight the world as it is, and the people in it. We shouldn’t have to fight ourselves. – No matter how minor it might be for someone else, it mattered to me. If it matters to you, then it’s important. – I think I liked the experience enough that I would probably do it again for No Shave November. It’s a good excuse to
not groom for a month. – Stubble doesn’t hurt, it just makes you grow, and grow stronger.

100 thoughts on “Women Grow Out Their Facial Hair For 30 Days

  1. I have heaps more facial hair than this!I could grow a ‘Tom Selleck’ moustache easily in 2 weeks 😒

  2. Anyone else not even notice any hair on them? LMAO Society has these girls thinking there monsters when no one notices until they point it out lol

  3. Girls, don’t worry
    Guys are used to having an immense amount of body hair and if they see you with just a tad bit more hair than usual, they won’t care

  4. After watching this a new insecurity has grown from something I didn’t care about. There end result was my regular face🤔

  5. This video just proves how stupid and self centered women are in todays society. Also how toxic the media and celebrities are for the world. It’s honestly disgusting

  6. Screw them I've recently being growing facial hair and it's so interesting I like it but I won't cut it off or whatever that ppl normally do I just dye it blind but really it's so fun but I think it's due to y change in diet

  7. I don't really like people who are so fed/caught up in the most trivial compilations, in other words i hate it when people are so insecure that you can physically see it in the way they act, facial expressions, voice modulations etc. Many people say that society is the reason to this, but that simply is not the case. YOU are the person that changes yourself. And if society tries to comment on your appearance snap at them back girl, because nobody should be able to judge your personality, or how you act, ENTIRELY on your attire or the way you look, that is just inhumane. THANK YOU FOR COMING TO MY TED TALK (I know ill probably get a lot of hate, I'm a woman too, who happens to be an Indian and have a ridiculous amount of hair on my eyebrows, they look like exotic caterpillars)

  8. I didn't see anything, just the Asian girl with the one hair on her chin…and it wasn't even that bad
    But I think it's everything in their heads

  9. Petty women. They couldn’t even do the challenge properly, they were so preoccupied with their facial hair. Shame.

  10. So like I started shaving my ENTIRE face (not my eyebrows) and getting all the dead skin and hairs and stuff off of my face and my acne is completely gone soo

  11. Boys got facial hair girls have facial hair trans people have facial hair no genders have facial hair…. So basicly the world has facial hair and it's natural and why shave?

  12. I must need glasses… I could not see a difference. They're all attractive women. I saw no hair. Well beards stache or uni brows

  13. You’re just making people feel insecure about it by using words like

    I FEEL HIDEOUS/IM A MONSTER LOOK AT THIS HAIR/ I FEEL LIKE A MAN
    just stop it you’re making people insecure

  14. They should have used women that actually have facial hair, maybe someone with PCOS. I have a full on beard. Not like lumberjack, but more than 5 o clock shadow.

  15. You guys I have a blonde beach fuzz goatee. And I’m paranoid. Even though no one says anything about it, and my family swears they can’t see it. I’m paranoid! Any advice?

  16. I'm sorry these girls are not hairy at all. Meanwhile, some of us can actually grow a beard if we wanted to. Doesn't make their experience any less meaningful but sometimes you gotta take a step back and realize that we can exaggerate. I have PCOS and had to laser almost my whole body to get rid of excess hair growth. Had crazy amounts of hair on my legs, thighs, stomach, back and buttocks.

  17. Am I the only one who hasn't touched my upper lip hair and eyebrow hairs and I don't care if others notice it either because I like my thick brows

  18. The funny thing is people are too busy worrying about what others think of them to notice other people's flaws so I don't know why they're freaking out about the hairs that others will hardly notice

  19. As thick eyebrow girl, I'm also SUPER insecure about not being able to get the hairs out of my lids, yes, we're insecure about it.

  20. Anyone out there with hair on their boobs?
    Like this —>
    https://i.pinimg.com/originals/45/28/0b/45280be53eb73589c7535d8f78a8c3e0.jpg

  21. I see no changes. Like at all. Not even extra single hair between their eyebrows. That was so much drama in this video comes from nothing.

  22. well I dont mind some hair here and there on a woman but not a beard .. come on if I want a bearded woman I will better sleep with my buddy 😛

  23. Society is brainwashing women to be more and more lazy, meanwhile advertising ice cream during the videos. Just keep being lazy, women, until no men want you at all. Remember, you caused it.

  24. I'd like to believe that no one cares about my facial hair, but my classmates used to sing Santa Claus songs about me because of my "mustache". And it was a lot lighter back then…

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