MAC Cosmetics has caused a stir by sharing a photo of a woman's unshaven peach fuzz.
The brand recently took Instagram to post the image on their account. The complement, which shows a close-up of a woman's lips, is supposed to have one of MAC's lipsticks.
However, many people focused on almost undetectable facial hair on the woman's upper lip.
Snap: MAC Cosmetics recently took Instagram to post this photo. While the image is meant to highlight the brand's lipstick, many people focused on the very clear peach fuzz
The photo, which was originally published by makeup artist Matthew King and then shared by MAC, features another makeup artist named Natalie, who uses nats.vibe on Instagram.
Some people who had problems with the light peach fuzz visible in the photo gave MAC a part of their minds in the comments section.
& # 39; Pretty mustache on the model. Who makes these announcements? They need to be fired, "wrote one person.
& # 39; What's with the mustache? & # 39; someone else asked.
Model: The photo, which was originally published by make-up artist Matthew King, features another make-up artist named Natalie, who goes through nats.vibe on Instagram (pictured)
Chiming in: Some people who had problems with the clear facial hair visible in the photo gave MAC a part of their minds in the comments section
Comments: Some people left comments suggesting hair removal techniques
Support: many people, however, sided with the model and praised MAC for not digitally editing the photo to eliminate facial hair.
Reaching: Some chose to direct their messages directly to Natalie, as a person who wrote: & # 39; To the model: we love you & we support you & # 39;
Some people suggested hair removal techniques, such as a person who wrote: "Those hairs on the upper lips demand to be shaved." Threading comes before painting the lips.
Another person commented: "I suggest threading the upper lip …"
However, many people sided with the model and praised MAC for not digitally editing the photo to eliminate facial hair.
"This is beautiful and realistic," someone wrote. "I'm a fair woman and I always have to worry about my darker facial hair, but I appreciate my natural editorial style most days."
Several people saw the photo as a way for MAC to take a stand in favor of natural beauty, and noted that having facial hair is perfectly normal.
– Thanks MAC. Beauty is not always about perfection. The color is wonderful, "wrote an Instagram user in recognition of the lipstick." And the horrid women have hair on their bodies! Who knew right!
"Look at this beautiful company that represents women who are not completely hairless!" another person commented.
Some chose to direct their messages directly to Natalie, as a person who wrote: & # 39; To the model: we love you & we support you & # 39;.