1. loss of hair; the result of removing hair
  2. the act of removing hair (as from an animal skin)
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  • 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. Epinions Recent Content for Home
  • It is not uncommon for brides and their friends to take over a bathhouse the night before the big day and go through the rituals of washing, depilation and even hennaing the hair.
  • The only thing of note may be epilation of armpit hair versus "letting it all hang out" as they seem to in Italy. Is Britain worse than Italy?
  • In the discussion of bodily mutilations reference will be made to such permanent adornment as tattooing, perforation and elongation of the ear lobes, superciliary and axillary depilation, grinding of the teeth, and the blackening of the teeth and lips -- all of which, with the exception of the elongation of the ear lobes, are common to both men and women. The Manóbos of Mindanáo Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume XXIII, First Memoir
  • Temporary epilation (remove the entire hair) a. Plucking: Recently Uploaded Slideshows
  • It's called depilation if it removes the surface hair and epilation if it removes hair below the skin. Epinions Recent Content for Home
  • Other researchers studied clipping compared to historical controls (ie, depilation, shaving), and they found no change in infection rates, which were 1% both before and after changes in practice.
  • It starts off with a discussion of the pain involved in vaginal depilation and ends with demonic decapitation. Night of the Demons; F; The Horde
  • Numerous methods are used for epilation, from tweezers to devices that pluck several hairs at once.
  • 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. Jay McInerney's Latest Book Deal
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