Feminist icon Jennifer Love Hewitt tackled this touchy subject when she appeared on the George Lopez Show. After a painful breakup, Hewitt abandoned the traditional remedies of Lifetime Original Movies and Ben & Jerry's, opting instead to enlist a friend's help with an avant-guard artistic form. She described the pioneering practice with poise and eloquence, stating that "a friend of mine Swarovski-crystalled my precious lady and it shined like a disco ball."
Basically it's like confessional poetry, but for your vagina.
But wait, there's more! Not only can vajazzling boost your confidence after a painful breakup, and distract you from your grief by refocusing your attention on the painful rash that you got from the craft-store glue that you used to D-I-Y vajazzle yourself, it can also spice up an existing relationship! In a ground-breaking interview with spa-owner Cindy Barshop, Fashiontribes.com revealed that vajazzling has actually been available in select NYC spas since 2000. She notes that it takes a certain kind of woman to appreciate the myriad benefits of vajazzling: "Hip, trendy and confident women like Jennifer get this done."
In fact, according to vajazzling is just one more service that women can do to
For the two of you who remain unconvinced, this Craigslist ad will certainly do the trick! This adventurous New Yorker has come up with several creative vajazzling designs, including a "snow leopard," a "Hello Kitty on rollerblades, or "Anything else representing undying, passionate and eternal love." I know when I think of undying love, Hello Kitty comes right after Romeo and Juliet.
But vajazzling also raising some important theoretical and methodological questions for the trouble-maker. Most importantly, in the face of the global economic crisis, how can we ensure that spa-going urban-dwellers will still be able to afford to complement their monthly waxes with a bedazzling? And what about the embarrassing problem of having Swarovski-crystals fall out of your gym-shorts after a vigorous jog on the treadmill?
To be serious for a moment, obviously I have an opinion on vajazzling, but we might be able to ask some legit questions about it. Is this possibly a way of celebrating female genitalia, or yet another way of altering and hiding it? And why has vajazzling become such a big buzz-word; what does it mean that a famous actress is sharing this info on a late-night talk show? If you have other questions, or just opinions, please post! Also, I did manage to find a picture, but didn't post it here for obvious reasons, but after extensive research I'm now prepared to answer most of your questions about the how-to's of vajazzling.