It looks like Cameron Diaz was right: Women don’t want a hairless vagina for life. In South Korea, (vagina) hair restoration surgery is on the rise.

According to Refinery 29, some Koreans feel pressure from other women, not men, to get the procedure done. A study from the Arumdaun Nara Dermatologic and Plastic Surgery Clinic in Seoul found 74 percent of women felt inferior to the same sex. How, we're not sure. But if not inferiority, women suffering from pubic atrichosis opt for the procedure too.

As described by the journal of Dermatologic Surgery, “pubic atrichosis or hypotrichosis is a common condition in Korean women of Mongolian origin,” resulting in “many patients receiving hair restoration surgery, which is currently thought to be the only definitive therapy.” Refinery added it causes some women psychological stress, and so they're willing to spring the $2,000 required for the surgery.

Doctors insert bulbs into a woman’s skin, and after the transplant, women can grow their hair in a variety of shapes. A Korean blog run by a restoration clinic noted 87 percent of women choose their hair to grow in the shape of a shield or fan, with other styles including a martini, diamond, and V for victory, because RIGHT?

The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery saw an 160 percent increase in pubic hair transplants between 2010 and 2012. It does have health benefits, you know. And regularly waxing can increase risk of skin infections and possibly STDs.