Anyone who grew up with one eyebrow instead of two might look back at childhood photos and joke, "Why didn't someone wax my eyebrows?" But in reality, pouring hot wax on a child's face is a little more complicated than that.
A woman recently took to Reddit to ask if she was wrong for waxing her five-year-old daughter's unibrow after she was being bullied. Her daughter is happy with it, but her husband is furious.
So my five year old daughter has a pretty thick dark unibrow, that is very noticeable. Because of covid, her preschool was online, therefore she was never bullied for having it. However this past summer her cousins came over to visit and many of them teased her for her unibrow.
They'd call her countless names, and at just five years old my daughter already thinks she is ugly. It breaks my heart because nobody (let alone a five year old) should think they are ugly. I reassure my daughter she is beautiful and not to listen to her cousins, but my daughter still believes she is ugly.