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Do Hairy Women Signal A Rough Economy?

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Do Hairy Women Signal A Rough Economy?

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Do Hairy Women Signal A Rough Economy?

Do Hairy Women Signal A Rough Economy?

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Elham Jazab is an actor and comedian who makes her living as an aesthetician, giving facials and waxing legs, eyebrows and bikini lines. Jazab says women have been waiting longer between waxing appointments and not tipping well since the economic downturn. The beauty industry says it's a national trend.

Watch a video of Jazab on Day to Day's blog.

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