Don't be fooled. Paris Jackson didn't forget to shave — she's ditching the razor for good. Michael Jackson's daughter is embracing her body hair by letting it grow out, and she doesn't care what people think.
The 19-year-old beauty shared an up-close photo of her legs on Instagram and gave her 2.1 million followers a good look at her hairy limbs. Captioned perfectly with a cactus emoji, Paris is stepping away from conventional beauty standard by also skipping a pedicure for the pic. She also clearly does not care what her fans think, disabling comments on the post.
This comes shortly after Paris posted about not wanting to shave her legs ever again. "If you're not competing with your brother over who can grow longer leg hair wyed," she jokingly captioned a photo of her unshaven legs on Instagram. Earlier this summer, she took to social media to share a topless photo that showcased her fuzzy armpits. Paris has always had a hippy-inspired look, so we guess she's just taking it to the next level. Watch the video below to check out the pic!
Paris continued her body positive mission on this year's VMAs red carpet where she showed off her armpit hair in a sheer Dior dress. She joked about her decision to stop shaving on Twitter, sharing a Game of Thrones meme.
In the past, she has opened up about her decision to embrace her body hair. "I didn't realize that people were going to get so upset over my armpit hair," she said on her Instagram stories. "I didn't realize that was such an issue. It is so funny."
"why don't you shave?"— Paris-Michael K. J. (@ParisJackson) August 28, 2017
She continued, "People are really mad. I wish I could post some of these responses. You can just tell how angry and infuriated these people are... I love hair, and sweat, and BO. I f--king love it, I think it's great. Some people think that it's like super disgusting, especially on girls, but every human body does it. It's natural. Get over it." Paris is just the latest celeb to go au naturel, joining Bella Thorne, Madonna, and Miley Cyrus. Do you, girl.