Sophia Hadjipanteli is a model who doesn't let a razor or tweezers touch her face and rocks her iconic body hair.

Standards of beauty are more open now than they have ever been. People can now get bras and makeup that look more natural and like they were made for them.

Regarding how they look after themselves, women are also not as limited as they used to be.

Sophia Hadjipanteli proves this to be true. Because she takes care of herself, she doesn't look like a typical cover girl.

But that hasn't kept her from being in some of the world's most popular magazines. Sophia is a big fan of natural beauty, and her big unibrow has made her a big deal in modelling.

Sophia learned how to love herself when she was young.

Sophia talked about the women who had inspired her and helped her learn to love herself no matter what. She spoke right away about her mother.

Her mother was the most important person in her life because she let her be who she was and taught her always to think differently.

The model's mother also taught her how important it is to be unique and different. Sophia has a lot of drive now that she is an adult.

She also gets a lot of ideas from things that most people don't pay much attention to.

She's had to deal with people who judged her.

Sophia didn't have a lot of friends in high school when she was a teen. People on the internet were also mean to her because of her appearance.

But she wasn't going to change who she was to please those who didn't like her. If anything, this made her even more sure that she was special.

Even though she has a big unibrow, she is proud that she was on the cover of Glamour UK.

The model seems to have no doubts about how she looks. She has even told others to appreciate their individuality and natural beauty more.

She doesn't think it's a big deal that she shaves her unibrow. She cares most about being happy with her looks and not doing what other people want.

So, if she ever feels like she wants to "tone it down," she will as long as it's her choice.

Sophia has made a change.

Sophia has been a strong supporter of beauty standards based on natural beauty. She helped make the Unibrow Movement happen.

People who believe the same about having a unibrow have joined the movement. There is a popular Instagram tag for the campaign.

The goal of the model is to show people that they can look however they want. She also wants these people to love themselves and not be afraid of being turned down.

Sophia doesn't care if she gets a lot or a little support online. It doesn't change what she does. She knows all it might take for someone else to believe in themselves is someone who backs them up.

She has a message for both her fans and her haters.

The model is for people who have trouble seeing how beautiful they are. She wants them to be ready for the possibility that they might not love themselves at first.

She knows that learning to love and accept herself is a process that takes time but is well worth the work.

"It takes time. Everyone doesn't always feel 100%, and that's fine. But it starts inside! You could be the perfect person, but you'll never love yourself if you can't see it yourself."

Because of this, she says you should get along well with yourself. She says that once this happens, everything else will "feel so much better" because you will finally be free.

So, how do you feel about the hair on your body? Can you relate to Sophia's time without a razor?

If you have, what has your journey been like?

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