Someone manages to get into the world of high fashion thanks to the classic proportions and sophisticated features. Someone helps unusual appearance or a rare disease that gives a person a special charm. Sophia Hadzhipanteli, in turn, became a model thanks to the protest.
The girl, not paying attention to any beauty trends, as well as the perennial prevailing foundations, decided to prove to the whole world that accrete eyebrows are not a reason for embarrassment. A student named Sophia, who was born in Cyprus, does not just pull out her thick eyebrows, she, being a blonde, paints them black.
Looking at least strange, the model openly declares that it should not meet anyone’s beauty standards and is fully aware of the negative attitude to her eyebrows on the part of many people. Nevertheless, Sofia is not worried about someone else's opinion about her appearance, and she does not pay attention to criticism at all.
Because of her personal preferences, Hadjipanteli herself believes that her face looks excellent and is trying to defend her right to stand out from the general mass of girls with neat eyebrows. At the same time, the model agrees with the right of those who disagree with it to criticize its choice. Sophia is sure that every person on our planet is free to do with his appearance what he sees fit: to dye his hair, apply tattoos, do a piercing or go to plastic surgeons. In this, according to the girl, the freedom of the individual and the absence of social oppression are manifested.
At the moment, the official account of Sofia in the social network instagram has 280 thousand subscribers, and this figure is slowly but surely growing. Representatives of glossy magazines are also interested in Cypriot, though, not to put Hadjipanteli’s face on the cover, because they are much more interested in the girl’s eyebrow care secrets.
Being a rather popular instagram-model, Sofia became a model of a strong and self-confident girl of the 21st century, according to Harper's Bazaar magazine, who interviewed the model in 2017. In her communication with representatives of the publication Hadzhipanteli told that her main dream in life is that people accept both themselves and others as they want to be.
So, speaking out against generally accepted standards of beauty can make a person a star. Sophia, very sensible about the human rights to individuality, is doing everything to be who she is, and at the same time to remain happy.