Kim Kardashian.
Kim Kardashian.

Kim Kardashian had bikini wax at 12

KIM Kardashian had her first bikini wax aged 12.

The 30-year-old star has revealed she started getting the intimate beauty treatment from the young age and would go with her mother Kris Jenner and sister Kourtney, 31, at least once a month to have her hair removed.

In a video interview with Usmagazine.com, she said: "Literally, at twelve years old I had a bikini wax. I had an appointment once a month on a specific day, like every Friday we'd go and get the inside of our brows waxed and a bikini wax."

The sexy socialite's hair removal techniques have advanced from waxing and she now uses laser treatment to deal with unwanted strands.

Kim - who has been promoting the TRIA Laser Hair Removal System - added: "I used to have my own wax kit at home and I used to just wax all the time. If you look at pictures of me from even three years ago I had like two inches of baby hairs on my forehead, but they weren't thick enough to slick back, so they were permanently down and I would wax them all the time and now I lasered them and now they don't come back.

"And then when my hair was up in a ponytail I used to have hair on my neck and I had it lasered off. I'm, like, obsessed with hair removal."

However, Kim's fascination with body hair removal doesn't extend to the men she has dated, and she thinks it's weird if a guy has no pubic hair.

When asked what she thought about men getting intimate waxes, the raven-haired beauty - who is currently dating NBA player Kris Humphries - said: "I definitely don't like it if there's, like, nothing there, it's weird, but I like it to be well groomed."

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