With more natural makeup colors and bras that come in a wider range of custom sizes, beauty standards, and trends have at last become more inclusive.
Sophia Hadjipanteli Doesn’t Let Razor Or Tweezers Touch Her Face
In terms of personal grooming, women are allowing themselves more freedom. Sophia Hadjipanteli, the heroine of today's story, might not have the typical cover girl appearance, but why should she? She has a unibrow and has been featured in some of the top magazines on the planet. She has now become an outspoken supporter of natural beauty.
Sophia said her mother without even stopping to think about it when asked in an interview which women have influenced her with such unshakable self-love. She claims that her mother acted as her greatest source of inspiration. She was the one who encouraged Sophia to always think creatively and who accepted Sophia at every stage of her life.
The mother of Sophia also taught her daughter to embrace difference and individuality. Now that she is an adult, Sophia is inspired by all the things that people do not often observe in daily life and is motivated by herself.
Sophia struggled to fit in at her high school as a teen. She had to deal with a lot of hate that was directed at her online after becoming public with her appearance. But it didn't make her doubt her value; on the contrary, it strengthened her sense of individuality and her love for herself.
In an interview, she said, “It’s especially satisfying to know that that big unibrow is on the cover of Glamour UK, and it looks great.”
Sophia constantly encourages others to enjoy their natural beauty because she seems to be completely in love with her own.
She says, “If I want to be out there and expressive and be myself, I get to wear whatever I want, and I get to embrace the unibrow — and if I don’t, I can always tone it down. But it’s always my decision — and I think that’s why a lot of people follow me because I’m just myself, and I’m not influenced by what everybody else is telling me to do.”
Sophia has gone even further in advancing the notions of natural beauty. She founded the Unibrow Movement, which quickly grew into a group of people that share Sophia's viewpoints. The hashtag for the movement's name on Instagram allows users to find like-minded people.
Sophia wants to demonstrate to people that they don't have to live in constant fear of being rejected. They can be whatever they want, look as they want, and love whomever they want. She doesn't care if there is a lot or little support from strangers online because she is aware that even one encouraging word can help someone believe in themselves.
Sophia seeks those who have difficulty appreciating the beauty of their bodies. She prepares them for the idea that liking oneself takes a lot of work and doesn't come right away, but it's well worth it.
She says, “It is a process. Not everyone feels 100% every single day, and that is okay. It starts inside, though! You could be the most ’perfect’ person in the world, but if you don’t see it with your own eyes, you’ll never feel that love for yourself. It takes time to build that relationship with yourself, but once you do, everything just feels so much better. You feel free.”