You try to be good to some of it. You clean it and feed it and shine it up. You keep it trimmed. It feels soft and silky in some cases. You caress it and play with it.
We pull it out one strand at a time with tweezers or with fast moving threads. We smear it with hot wax and pull it out by its roots screaming and wondering why we do this to ourselves. We cover it with toxic smelling goop and then do the bathroom dance, trying not to smear it on anything else we value, while we wait the allotted time before we go and shower it off. After that our skin has a rubbery feeling, even on our hands that rubbed the goop on. That can't be good for us.
If money is no object you can have a laser applied to burn out the follicles but even this isn't permanent. $3000 and a few years later and it is almost all coming back. I know it is cheaper now to get laser done but sometimes you get what you pay for. I am a little nervous about the companies that offer more affordable treatments.
Well no matter how you tame it, train it, treat it, tousle it, tint it, twist it, tweeze it or tug it we are stuck with it and not all in the right places.