Landing Strip?


Landing strip refers to an airstrip or runway that does not have airport facilities. It is a place where aircrafts take off and land and is also called an airfield, flying field, or landing field.
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landing strip
A landing strip or runway is a strip of land at an airport on which aircraft can take off and land and forms part of the maneuvering area. Runways may be a man-made surface or a natural surface.
A landing strip is a design pattern that is used in waxing the pubic hair area on women. All hair on the sides and around the vaginal area is removed except for a thin long strip of hair that is trimmed short. It is a fairly common waxing pattern for women and is also referred to as a French wax.
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A landing strip is when a girl shaves or waxes the pubic hair above her vagina to resemble a straight line or strip of hair. Like a strip of asphalt that makes up an airplane runway
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Yes, it's basically what it sounds like and is often left when shaving or after a bikini wax. We tell you about the different types for men and women, how to shave one in place freehand
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Start by shaving off everything on the sides. Leave a narrow strip of hair in the middle, creating a 'landing strip' look. Follow up with a moisturizer to help ...
Bikini waxing with a landing strip is commonly known as French waxing. This type of waxing leaves a vertical strip in the front of the pubic area. The strip is ...
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