Bling for your banjo: the DIY Vajazzle "Road" Tested. No pics though. Sorry.

The whole idea of vajazzling has always seemed really bizarre to me! Firstly, my vagina is pretty enough already thankyouverymuch! A vajazzle only lasts 24 hours, so it’s a race against time to show it off, which puts the pressure on. It seems like it’d be abrasive if any, er, activity occurred PLUS glue is involved, GLUE on your bits!

I think it’s safe to say I’d never really considered gash-bling to be a necessity of life... unless you're Amy Childs or similar, in which case fair play to ya.

Nice work if you can get it! Nice work if you can get it!

Until I got a package in the post from Body Brilliance, an Irish company selling self adhesive jewelry. A DIY vajazzle? I’ll try anything once.

I used to be a Brazilian fan, but more recently I’ve been cultivating a bit more growth in my lady-garden (it’s been a loong winter!) So, why not spruce up the ole vajayjay for Spring, I thought.


Bling for your Banjo!

Body Brilliance do individual glue-backed crystals and predesigned patterns. They’re easy to use and adhesive enough to work without making you worry your fanny'll get stuck to... well anything at all really.

I felt compelled to use a tweezers (why, I don’t know, it’s my own hooha) I imagined I’d be all creative and use the individual crystals to spell my name or something (in for a penny and all that).  But as it turns out that sort of carry on requires more patience and skill than I could muster. So what I ended up with is more erm... abstract.

One of the downsides is not having anyone to show my self-administered vajazzle to. Nothing makes you feel more single than being all dressed up with no-where to go! Maybe I should try this approach?


Oh God, what have I BECOME!?

So what do you think, would you give DIY Vajazzling a whirl?

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