from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The loss of hair.
- n. The removal of hair from human or animal skin; depilation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Eradication of hair.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. loss of hair; the result of removing hair
- n. the act of removing hair (as from an animal skin)
Sorry, no etymologies found.
On July 31st 2009, epilation ile-des-soeurs wrote:
The only thing of note may be epilation of armpit hair versus "letting it all hang out" as they seem to in Italy.
"The story about the epilation, the hair removal of the anus, is also true," a wide-eyed Audrey Tautou told The Transom with the help of a translator.
Treatment is entirely local and consists in keeping the parts free from crusts, in epilation and applications of a parasiticide.
Even while screaming in terror, June couldn't help but admire the Frenchwoman's stance on epilation.
I had read a lot of reviews that talked about how it was really, really painful, so I was incredibly nervous the first time I used it, but I am now an epilation convert.
(Vaniqa) Remove hair pigment: Bleaching Temporary depilation: shaving, chemical depilators Temporary epilation: plucking, waxing Permanent removal: Electrolysis, Laser & intense pulsed light
Temporary epilation (remove the entire hair) a. Plucking:
Epilation Provides Lasting Smoothness With epilation, you get smooth skin that lasts up to 4 weeks.
It is believed that experiments involving electronial epilation (the removal of hair) were taking place as