The incident happened on the health section of a Brazilian TV show on Wednesday.
Rayssa made no mention of it on her Facebook or Instagram pages, where she has built up a large following with a series of pictures showing her at work and play.
Half a minute later, she swiftly peels away the hardened wax -- and with it, a full crop of pubic hair, freshly ripped from the follicles.
If you're squeamishly wondering how much the college senior gets paid for submitting to these weird acts of perverse, pornographic violence, brace yourself for the truly agonizing part: It's actually Pinto who shells out the cash, paying her regular waxer, Anna, more than $65 every time. But it's on the fast track to the endangered species list, and its chief predators include the porn industry, smaller bathing suits and lingerie bottoms, and the Kardashian sisters (case in point: Kim once famously proclaimed that women "shouldn't have hair anywhere but their heads"). Once upon a time, all vulvas were coated in a protective layer of coarse, woolly tresses. It's kind of like the revelation that horses once had toes, or that the Ford Mustang once had tailfins. Enter the seven Padilha sisters, immigrants from Brazil.
The couple lived most of the time in the capital of Brasilia.