This mirror reflects two contrasting elements-- vanity and insecurities. One can not exist without the other. I did a life-cast of my underarm and hair-punched one hair at a time. The reverse act of taking the hair off made me question my motifs of getting rid of such a small and harmless part of my body that re-grows the same night I cut them off. I started feeling less insecure about these hairs and more confused about why we continue to painfully taking them out. I upholstered the skin to the vanity mirror to juxtapose the idealization of the female body vs the raw reality.