The sexy actors in Magic Mike have to show off a good amount of skin to play male strippers in the movie, out later this month.
The sexy actors in Magic Mike have to show off a good amount of skin to play male strippers in the movie, out later this month. And one of the sexy men in question, Matt Bomer, dished that the stripped-down scenes required a lot of manscaping. He said, "We all had to go there. I'm not going to say it was fun, and personally I will never do it again, but for that project it was necessary. We were all in the boat together." We must admit, the painful waxing paid off, the Magic Mike fellas look mighty fine showing off their hairless bods.
We've seen a lot of manscaping trends over the years, but one of the most surprising would have to be the male-version of the Brazilian. Women are no longer the only ones going through the pain of waxing their undercarriage. According to the New York Times, men are now getting bikini waxes and "boyzilians." One waxing salon mentioned even says 70 percent of its weekly business comes from guys. Besides the obvious question of how a man's bits and pieces are waxed (it seems like a dubious task), you may wonder why men would go through the torture of waxing the area around their member — but, of course, it has to do with the "enlarging effect" a bare down-there has. Apparently it's a sort of optical illusion, with one salon director saying, "It accentuates it, because there's nothing to obscure the, you know, implement down there."
Would you want your man to get in on this boyzilian trend? What about other types of female pampering like facials and pedicures? Click through to weigh in on if you'd like your significant other to join in on your grooming practices.