GIRLS as young as 14 are getting Brazilian waxes, a trend experts have labelled ''pornification'' of teenagers.
Intimate beauty treatments are becoming popular with girls as boyfriends demand they look like porn stars, the experts say.
Leading child protection advocate Hetty Johnston said the trend was ''scary'' and called for legislation to stop it.
While you must be 18 to get a tattoo in Queensland, as well as some types of intimate body piercings, there is no age limit on waxing, although many salons require parental permission for under-16s.
With the formal season about to start and Schoolies just around the corner, beauticians are seeing an increase in girls grooming for the big events.
Author Melinda Tankard-Reist said the ''pornification'' of youth culture was having a diabolical effect on young girls' body image.