Is a common way for women with brown skin to decorate our bodies. You might be interested in knowing that piercing has existed in different forms for as long as 5,000 years and body piercing is one of the oldest and most telling forms of decoration. Click here for more information.
For today’s urban vixen, tattooing is also a way to communicate her allure, sensuality or possibly her devotion to someone she cares about. A tattoo is a form of art and decoration where the canvas is your skin. Click here for more information.
Because piercings are susceptible to the environment around you, they are often caught on objects and torn. This is especially true of earlobe piercings. For those of you who have ever caught a piercing on a shirt or on your hair, you know the tweak of pain it will cause, and can imagine how it would feel to tug out the entire piercing. Click here for more information.
Women have been dyeing their hair for centuries. We have long connected our femininity and beauty to our hair. Today, almost 40% of women dye their hair. The great advantage of changing one’s hair, as opposed to other parts of the body, is that it is an easy and non-invasive way of enhancing your appearance. Click here for more information.
A woman’s hair is often seen as a symbol of her beauty and personality. For eons, women have been using hair extensions (weaves) to enhance the natural beauty and uniqueness of their hair. Hair weaves have always enjoyed popularity among women of color. Click here for more information.
STD's (Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
Genital Herpes: when today’s urban vixen spots her "soldier over there" she has to think about the risk of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Genital herpes remains a commonly acquired STD among women in the US. It is caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV) and it is transmitted by sexual intercourse: oral, vaginal or anal. Click here for more information.