Plenty of ladies go to long lengths for beauty. Heck, I consider my glamour regimen to be downright lazy, and I still find it to be a pain in the butt. We spend so much time tweezing, shaving, dying and doing all sorts of things in the name of good looks (even though I’m sure men would still love us anyway). But some ladies take beauty regimens to a whole new level. Need proof? Take Farrah, one of the stars of MTV’s Teen Mom, who waxed her toddler’s eyebrows.
Here’s a post that Farrah wrote about the experience, which some people are up in arms about:
So here I am faced with a standout historical moment in motherhood when I can confirm to myself that my little, adorable, most cuddle-able cutie, baby girl has a unibrow. I felt bad for her.’
Realizing that the hair wouldn’t go away on its own, Abraham attempted to wax her little girl’s eyebrows with limited success. ‘Sophia was freaking out, so I had to act like it was a cool science project to get the wax off,’ she wrote of her botched attempt to remove the fuzz.
Once her daughter fell asleep, Abraham used tweezers to remove the remaining hairs. “I got most of it off and the she finally woke up,”
I don’t wax or pluck my eyebrows because I’m too much of a wuss about the pain. (I was also thankfully born with a pretty average-looking set.) So I can’t imagine what such an experience would be like for a little kid! Needless to say, plenty of people are criticizing Farrah for her decision, even though she said she “[feels] like a good mom” because of it. Whether or not it’s cool for her to pluck out her three-year-old’s facial hair, I can’t say I envy the kid! [via US]
What do you think of Farrah’s beauty decision for her daughter?