Unibrow model: yay or nay? Do people REALLY prefer natural?

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she is a new American model that says she is all about accepting yourself for you and has always hated tweezing her brows. thoughts? yay or nay? do people REALLY prefer natural?

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  • Hum, back in roman times unibrow was the definition of beuty.
    Myself I live in a time where it's *not* seen that way and I have different preferences.
    That said I don't think most people have hard opinions in either direction...

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    • is this true? im going to Google that! about ththe romans. thats interesting :) so was a good sized rounded belly and chubby thighs

    • Jepp.
      In the case of the unibrow it was considered a sign of intellect and women would use makeup to paint one on themselves if they didn't have one naturally.

  • Hmmmm, well, I don't want to be with a model so I wouldn't have interest just based on her career.

    If she weren't a model and she was just some everyday, girl next door, I would probably date her because she is attractive but I don't really like her eye brows. I'd prefer she trim them a tad.

    I don't think it would reach the point of being a deal breaker. I don't know... if she refused to ever trim them I don't know how that would affect me long term... would I grow tired of it, tired to the point of just having enough and wanting out... I don't know.

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  • I understand the concept of loving yourself- but you need to groom yourself too tf. That’s like having bad b. o and not taking a shower because it’s your ‘natural’ scent. There’s a limit. A boundary. To keep everyone tip top.

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  • There’s nothing wrong with accepting yourself but I don’t see how making an effort to be the “best” version of yourself isn’t also accepting yourself as you are.
    If that’s the case then no one should be in the gym lifting weights and no one should by dying their hair (and from the difference in the color of her eyebrows and hair, I wonder if she isn’t?)
    Accepting yourself would be more like not getting breast augmentation, in my opinion, or something like that. I don’t see how taking care of yourself and taking pride in your appearance isn’t accepting yourself?
    To be clear, I’m not saying she doesn’t take pride in how she looks but, in my opinion, trying to look your best isn't a person not accepting themselves.

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  • I prefer that someone be truly natural as in don't touch it ether way. The problem is that everyone is so extreme now days. Some dislike the drawn on or thinned out eyebrows so then some in fashion now try to enhance it to be like this model in the photo. A normal girl doesn't look like this, ether way, be it super enhanced unibrow or nothing but a drawn on perfect line.

    Pubic hair has followed similar patterns. It went down to nothing at all as in a 10 year old look and now some are actually trying to make a bush that is 100x beyond what a natural full bush looks like. Why not just leave it alone ether way?

    In an ever increasing world of fakeness, its difficult to just find people who will let their body be natural and untouched. A down to earth girl is truly happy as her body is naturally. She doesn't live her life day to day as if she is in a fashion show or porn flick. A person can tell when esthetics on the human body are out of the norm because things don't quite blend well naturally. With the girl in the above photo, something is off. She looks like she has super colored it darker or added thickness with a chemical or something.

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  • There are bushy eyebrows, and then there are genes that make you look like a neanderthal.
    Most women definitely don't need to thin their eyebrows, but she clearly isn't most women.

    I shave my forearms because they are excessively hairy, don't match my look and depilate themselves each time I attempt to wear a wristwatch.
    Sometimes you just have to accept that what "nature" has gifted you with might actually just suck.

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  • She's kinda already ugly even if she didn't have the unibrow. The unibrow just makes her look way worse.

    In Tajikistan, unibrows are actually a sign of beauty. But, the way they do it, it's not so bad at all. However, they clean the unibrow to make it neater in appearance unlike the way this dumb model wears it.

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  • This is all about the fashion industry patting themselves on the back for putting the hairy Neanderthal on the stage instead of the anorexic size double zero they usually have on the catwalk. Aren't they open minded and so brave; it's all BS. They know it.

    Personally, look how you want but my preference is 2 eyebrows and as little body hair as possible. I manscape as well as an FYI, so this is not one sided.

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  • I prefer something more natural when they don't look like Frida Kahlo.
    pixel.nymag.com/.../...hlo-book-lede.w330.h412.jpg

    When they look like Frida Kahlo, I'm going for "artificial" look any day if that means grabbing some tweezers.

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  • No. you can get a natural scent by not taking a shower, you can live naturally in a cave, you can naturally use your backyard as bathroom.
    there's always a line before overdoing something and in this case i think its pretty obvious

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  • Nay, she reminds me of a troll / i.pinimg.com/.../...4ce7bcadeb5bd9e4dedd7c6929.jpg

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  • O M G that is fucking scary. She needs to get electrolysis above her nose.

    My God, if she has kids with Anthony "The Brow" Davis, civilization as we know it will come to an end.
    images.tmz.com/.../0628-anthony-davis-getty-1.jpg

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  • Natural doesn't mean untouched, it means not fake looking. Someone who shave her eyebrows to draw them is not natural. Someone taking care of the excess of eyebrows while keeping it is natural.
    This is just too much for me in my opinion.

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  • It's disgusting.
    Another way of getting the attention because you do something that's barely acceptable and famous people can get away with it being labeled "extravagant" instead of "extremely dumb".

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  • Ahhh not for me, for one her eyebrows are too dark in contrast to her hair color, and 2nd its just off putting to look at. Not saying they need to be super thin and perfect but gah there's a limit lol

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  • If I can maintain my eyebrowns I really expect from my woman to do the same. The women on image look like monkey and since we are not monkeys or stone age primates I do not find nothing attractive in that look. My libido died when I saw an image.

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  • I don't think that when most guys say they prefer natural, they're not talking eyebrows like that into consideration.

    For me, I prefer "natural looking" makeup and grooming. Not unkempt and not overly saturated.

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  • What I don't understand is why this is an issue. Modeling is a business - if she kicks off, good for her. If not, then that's just the market speaking.

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  • I mean she can look how she want's but I'm not attracted to her at all. Good for her for following her ambitions and goals but I don't find her attractive and since I don't know her at all I can't say I feel she's empowering at all either

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  • hooolyyy fuckkk..
    those eyebrows can defend her from an atom bomb any time..
    nooooo, thats too much already.

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  • I think it's hot. A girl with that much guts to go against the norm. I'd wanna know more about her. Definitely attractive. At least to me.

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    • The Buddha had a unibrow. It's actually one of the 20 signs of the next Great King.

  • Nay, on principle. Because when people say that you should "accept yourself" that's not what they actually mean. They mean you should make no effort to change for the better, The personal growth starts with expecting that the world should change to fit your needs. Which is just unreasonable.

    True acceptance is only a first step. It's being self aware. The next step is changing those things which you can control that don't comport with realistic expectations.

    Not tweezing brows is not a stand on principle. It's the rejection of principles. It's not doing what is within your power to better how you come off to others, then making it there fault when they point out that your being willfully lazy.

    She doesn't have to tweez her brows. Her body her choice. But with me at least she doesn't get to pretend that inaction is somehow a virtue.

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  • Nah, it is kinda ironic tho how the only reason she's able to model IS her unibrow. If she plucked them she'd look too ordinary to be a model.

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  • Well good for her though can't say I find her face that appealing and not just because of the eye brows
    I am much in favour of people accepting what nature has made them so I applaud the sentiment

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  • Yeah it's all good there I like everything as natural as possible

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  • *I* personally am not a fan. I don't have a problem with unibrows (at least, I don't *think* I do), but the sheer volume of it is kinda overwhelming. Like... I feel like it makes her forehead seem bigger, like it's casting a shadow on her eyes... That said, I've let someone tweeze my brows and it certainly broke past my pain tolerance. If she's done with tweezing that, then I can understand it a bit better. Still... perhaps she could benefit from cleaning it up? Is there a better, less painful way to clean up bushy eyebrows? Cause if there is, I want in as well~

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  • When people say "I prefer natural beauty" they don't mean "I prefer an ugly girl without makeup," they mean "I prefer a girl who looks attractive without makeup."
    No, that unibrow looks ugly.

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  • She's a pretty woman and it's up to her what she wants to do with her body. But I prefer two separated and well-groomed eyebrows more than thick uni brows. That's just my preference. Usually people suits their natural look best, but sometimes grooming can do wonder too. I think she looks like a blonde version of Frida Kahlo. Frida was also a pretty woman like her. So although it's possible to look good either way, I would always prefer the brows separated.

    Frida with and without uni brows:
    www.hispanicmeme.com/.../frida.jpg

    The model with and without uni brows:
    i.dailymail.co.uk/.../...ge-m-40_1504827512261.jpg

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  • Natural doesn't mean to stop trying to look decent.

    I literally never touch my eyebrows and they've never looked that bad.

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  • Except I doubt this is natural in many women. Looks like testosterone took over and almost turned her into a werewolf :D

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  • I prefer natural, not just the face, also legs, armpits, etc.
    But few other people have this same preference

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  • Natural brow is one thing.
    Unibrow is another.
    This... this is terrifying.

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  • Yay! I think it's gorgeous, And no, I don't think the majority of people prefer a natural look on others or on themselves even.

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  • It is cool and good idea about important things. But be real. Most people are not likely to see NOT PERFECT models on TV.

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  • I think the problem is more that it's darker than her hair color, rather than it being a uni-brow.
    Personally, I'd be more concerned with what kind of person she is. If she's a nice person, treats others with kindness and consideration, it wouldn't matter to me what she looks like. I'd still want to be her friend and hang out with her.

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  • I mean, I wish we lived in a world where people could rock their natural hair no issue. But we don't, and if I was her I'd probably save up for laser treatment. But I'm not her, and more power to her for not conforming and letting people pressure her into changing her hair.

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  • That pic should go with a shot of her bush growing down her leg
    Ummmm... lol

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  • Accept yourself the way you are but then wear tons of makeup?
    Mixed messages there.
    I'm not a fan and wouldn't do it but if she feels comfortable that way, more power to her

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  • Just because iits natural doesn't mean its beautiful. Like. Natural we all stink when we sweat , so we should stop using deodorant? Women get so lazy. Decades ago women actually kept their beauty while today stupid trends took over , fat movement (which is crap , fat people excusing their behavior ) unibrow , curly nails , hairy legs , hairy armpit and so many disgusting thing.. man. You can do what you want. But dont expect a normal man to look at you after.

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  • That. Is. Gross. I hardly tweezer mine and I still have two separate ones that don't look like massive bushes a two year old has decided to super glue to my face.

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  • just know. and may i add, some people dont even have proper eyebrows, much less unibrows! (i mean they have little hair, or very light) So a unibrow doesn't mean more natural than the other way

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    • wtf? HOW THE HELL did i wrote "know"? that is ridiculous! im so sorry to everyone that reads this. i meant "NO"

  • There’s a difference between accepting yourself and just looking a hot mess... and that looks a hot ass mess

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  • Personally I prefer to keep up the maintenance. The most unkept I keep my eyebrows is letting them grow out before I go to the mall to have them done. It’s just a personal preference. No judgment to anyone else. People who wanna be natural that’s their choice. Although I think it looks untidy.

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  • It’s weird. She’s STUNNING and very unique looking in this photo. But not so cute in others.

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  • Fucking shit, ugly as hell. I resculpted my brows and caught flak for it but this one really needs it bad. she looks like Harry Potter.

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  • I prefer two eyebrows to one. Good for her for doing what she wants though.

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  • No go... But I think she's very ugly in general, so maybe if a beautiful woman chose to do it, it would be cool

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  • She looks like that unibrown girl from that 90's cartoon about the boy with a melon head. I forget the name.

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  • She may as well leave her legs and arms hair to grow if she prefers natural😒 but hey everyone’s free to do what they want, if she’s happy that way then let her be

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  • She is a beautiful women it’s just that the eyebrows are a little to intense can’t she remove the unibrow and still be natural?

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  • I actually see the beauty through the uni. Jus rid that hoe

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  • most peoples brows aren't nearly as thick as hers tbh. her natural is very different to most peoples natural.

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  • Prefer natural... but naturally good looking people. You wouldn't get a spotty obese person and say you prefer them to the average model.

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  • I’m not a fan of unibrows but all the power to her. Tweezing is a bitch.

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  • No I'm in for thick brows but uni brow no that's to far it's disgusting

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  • The only one that pulls off a unibrow is my SO, everyone else pls just shave it

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  • You perfectly know what everyone means by natural look. Don't even try being a feminist.

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  • It may be for some women but I for one do not prefer going all natural.

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  • I have my natural brows and they don’t look like that... 😳

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  • That’s disgusting.

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  • I'm scared

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  • Omg no shave the eyebrows

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  • I can't even look at her. She makes me shiver.

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  • A lot of people are just lying to themselves.

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