If you were alive in the ’80s, you probably owned (or really wanted to own) a Bedazzler. God, I worked my mom over for one of those and lost interest once it arrived in the mail. Go figure.
Thanks to Jennifer Love Hewitt, bedazzling had a bit of a resurgence … down there. There are so many possibilities when rhinestones and vaginas get together! The vajazzling phenomenon is hanging in there (how?) but it’s given people some crazy ideas about other types of body bedazzling.
This woman felt like it was appropriate to bling out her armpits. NOPE. I refuse to put rhinestones, ribbons and feathers in my pits. I really hope pitdazzling — as I believe you would call it — never catches on. Click on for some examples of body bedazzling gone terribly wrong. Step away from the rhinestones, people. [Cheezburger] Keep reading »
Jennifer Love Hewitt has gotten a lot more saucy since she took on the role of a call girl in “The Client List.” The actress appeared on “Conan” last night and had an in depth discussion with the redheaded host about “happy endings” given at the end of massages. Educational! And after the jump, J.Lo.Hew once again discusses the state of her fancy ladyparts, taking credit for coining the term “vajazzle.” Now, I know that Jen was one of the first celebs to talk about getting little crystals pasted to her hoo-ha, but I don’t really think she’s responsible for the term. I smell a lawsuit. [Team Coco] Keep reading »
There was a time not so long ago when famous folk wanted to create the illusion that they were NOT “just like us.” Grace Kelly was never photographed buying jumbo packs of toilet paper! Audrey Hepburn describing where she was the day Aunt Flo first came to visit? HA! Nowadays many female stars, like Jennifer Love Hewitt, are eager to overshare about their private bodily business.
If only JLH had taken a cue from Audrey Hepburn (who she once played in TV movie), we wouldn’t have had to endure news of her vajazzling habits for the last two years. At this point, we’ll never forget that she’s responsible for the ridiculous trend, which involves encrusting one’s pubic area with crystals. But we really wish she would stop talking about it already. At last week’s Upfronts for “The Client List,” she told red carpet reporters that she was vajazzled for the special occasion: “I’m full of good energy [down there]” she told anyone who would listen. Ugh. Make it stop. From bikini waxing and colonics to anal bleaching, here are some other examples of crazy celeb TMI. [Celebitchy]
Well, this is one way to honor Queen Elizabeth’s 60th anniversary on the throne. Vajazzling is bad, but Majazzling is worse. UK website LoveHoney.com is offering this limited edition “Majazzle” package to make sure our ladyparts are ready for the momentous occasion. Yes, “Majazzle” is the word that happens when vajazzle and her Majesty come together. I’m sure the Queen would be grateful if you put a crown on your vagina in her honor. Click on through to see some more of the worst things you can do to your vagina. [Huffington Post]
Just in case your lover doesn’t know what to do with his equipment while visiting the southern hemisphere, let vajazzling guide the way! This mons pubis road map will lead the lucky lad to the main attraction. Or not. [Bread Came Sliced] Keep reading »
I guess what’s good for the goose is really good for the gander. Or at least what’s good for Jennifer Love Hewitt is also good for … guys. We’ve been making fun of the art of vajazzling for years now. But now it appears that one dude—British reality television star Mark Wright, to be exact—is trying to make the same trend of sticking Swarovski crystals to your downtown areas in cutesy patterns happen for men. And yes, he is calling it “pejazzling.”
“Men wear diamond watches and bling earrings—this is no different,” he explains. Keep reading »
If you have sex with 20 people, you will get genital warts. At least, that is how I framed it to my friends. My pillows had seen more than a few DIY haircuts when I saw something downtown, too: bumps. I knew it was an STI. Genital warts, to be honest, but I wasn’t ready to be. Maybe it’s razor burn? I thought, instead of facing facts. Or just ingrown hairs? Maybe if I grew out a ‘70s bush it will go away?
Yeah, it didn’t. Keep reading »
In a time when everything from artificial tans to calf implants has become culturally acceptable, for some reason genitals usually get left out of the body-decoration process. The only real option until recently was choosing between carpet or hardwood floors. Not anymore! Now you have exciting options like …
#7 Vajazzling: Originally a high-end spa treatment where a wax job was finished by attaching Swarovski crystals in decorative patterns to the waxed area, vajazzling was introduced to the mainstream by Jennifer Love Hewitt, who is apparently something of a matron saint of this and a huge aficionado herself. Read more… Keep reading »
Thought vajazzling had finally drifted into obscurity and you’d never hear another word about the gemstone vagina art? (Sorry.) Now vajazzling fans can do an easy DIY version with this Butterfly Merkin, which allows you to apply Swarovski crystals to your nether regions with an adhesive peel. Sold at Coco de Mer, here’s an excerpt from the product description: “Your p**sy will purr when you put on this beautiful diamante butterfly.” Cringe. [Coco de Mer] Keep reading »