Two brave girls went to a gym wearing almost nothing but body paint in an attempt to see whether other gym-goers would even notice. Fitness fans Sarah Reilly and Maria Luciotti partnered with renowned body painter Jen Seidel for the social experiment at a gym in Baltimore, Maryland where they worked out with only body paint as their clothes. The amazingly done body paint made Sarah and Maria appears wearing innocent leggings and workout bras. Jen Seidel and her painting partner designed a purple, grey and pink ensemble on Maria, complete with faux capri pants.
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Muscular bodies are not exclusive for men. Meet ten amazing female bodybuilders who spent way too many hours in the gym. Irene Andersen was born in Denmark in Raised in Malmo but moved to Gothenburg when she was 20, Irene spent years in the gym, and worked hard to build this wonderful body, one of the most successful among female bodybuilders. Through her pro career she competed strictly in either the Arnold or the Olympia, never variating to other shows for female bodybuilders.
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By Danielle Zoellner For Dailymail. A razor company has launched a new campaign featuring females modeling pubic and armpit hair, as it aims to challenge the 'summer ready' pressure placed on women to shave during the hotter months. Billie, a female-focused razor brand, first launched into the spotlight last year for its Project Body Hair campaign — becoming the first shaving ad to show women with armpit hair. The company has now taken its message one step further for its latest campaign, Red, White and You Do You, by having women model both armpit hair and pubic hair while on the beach. New: Billie, a female-focused razor brand, launched a new commercial on Wednesday featuring armpit and pubic hair.
Is it a muscular buffed body or a lean body shape? For a long time in our society, the thin people have always shamed those who were overweight or fat. The excess of body mass indicated that one belonged to the upper class and was able to afford good food in larger amounts.