Society must never allow unibrows to be come a normal part of our lives.
Does this look like the face of someone who’s setting the standard for 21st century beauty?
I wear makeup because it is fun. I have a unibrow because it is a preference. I wear makeup and have a unibrow because it is what I like. Don’t put me in a bubble. Just because I embrace one natural part of me doesn’t mean I’m a hypocrite for wanting to enhance other parts of who I am. I thought I would just put this out there just as a blanket statement. I’m who I am because I want to be this way. When you judge others for wearing makeup, dying their hair, altering parts of their body or inner self, JUST BECAUSE YOU DON’T, makes you just as toxic as a lot of societal norms and pressures we are constantly faced with. AT THE END OF THE DAY just do you cuz imma be doing me whether you like it or not.
According to a growing number of alt-beauty enthusiasts, it is. Greek model and University of Maryland student Sophia Hadjipanteli is rocking a unibrow loud and proud. She’s the face of the #UnibrowMovement, which is apparently really popular and fighting “toxic societal norms” one eyebrow hair at a time.
And she’s not alone. Lots of other girls are embracing their monobrow.
I’m sorry but WHAT is happening here? Don’t get me wrong, I never liked the 90’s trend of barely-there eyebrows:
But a unibrow? A UNIBROW? These girls have clearly never seen Dodgeball.
This is why we can’t have nice things in 2017. People are running around ruining perfectly good things and turning them into weird fetishes. See Kylie Jenner lips, man rompers, cheek piercings and now unibrows.
For all that is good in this world, can we please return to looking normal?