Would you pluck your baby's eyebrows? Mother reveals that she brought the tweezers to her 15-year-old's unibrow – which led Loose Women to ridicule & # 39; ridiculous & # 39; to name
- Mother confessed that she had plucked her daughter's eyebrows for & # 39; aesthetic reasons & # 39;
- She explained how she waited until she slept and did it for two nights
- Her friend was shocked, which made her feel uncertain about her decision
- ITV & # 39; s Loose Women debated the revelation that the mother struck because she imposed her own & # 39; & # 39; to her baby
A mother who has her & # 39; prominent & # 39; plucked unibrow from her 15-month-old daughter, & # 39; Loose Women & # 39; from ITV as & # 39; ridiculous & # 39; labeled.
The panel on the daytime TV show rebuked the unveiling of an unknown woman on a reddit post questions & # 39; Am I A ***** e? & # 39;
The mother, who appears to be from the US, had known that she & # 39; aesthetic reasons & # 39; had done. She explained that she waited for her daughter to sleep before plucking the hair out of her face for two nights.
Only when her friend reacted shocked to her when she realized what she had done did she admit that she was & # 39; unsure & # 39; felt about her decision.
The Loose Women were amazed that not only a mother would do it to their young child, but that they would admit it too, while Carol McGiffin exclaimed: & What do you do if it doesn't have enough hair? Give it a wig? People are just ridiculous! & # 39;
A mother confessed for & # 39; tweezers & # 39; to the & # 39; prominent & # 39; unibrow of her 15 month old baby for & # 39; aesthetic reasons & # 39;
The Loose Women panel called the nameless mother & # 39; ridiculous & # 39; for its actions and said it was totally unnecessary
The mother noticed that she was heavily criticized for her choice after asking for & # 39; honest feedback & # 39 ;.
She explained: & # 39; I gave birth to a beautiful girl 15 months ago. She has always been hairy.
& # 39; It's nice because she was born with her on her head and she has really full lashes.
& # 39; But she has also developed a unibrow. It was light at first. But in the past 4-5 months it has become quite prominent. & # 39;
She continued: & # 39; For aesthetic reasons, I decided to pick it while she slept. When she woke up, I stopped. I managed to do it all in a few days. & # 39;
Only when her friend and fellow mother commented on a playing date did she begin to worry about whether she had made a mistake.
& # 39; She is an extremely observant person and she mentioned my daughter's eyebrows. I was honest and said that I picked the middle while she slept.
& # 39; She had this shocked look and said she was surprised that I did. I didn't really know what to say, but of course I felt a little insecure about my decision afterwards.
The panel discussed whether it was good for a mother to adjust the appearance of their child to their own aesthetic values
Nadia Sawalha tried to play the devil's lawyer, but fellow panel member Carol McGiffin smelled: & What do you do if he doesn't have enough hair? Give it a wig? People are just ridiculous! & # 39;
The nameless woman said she had spoken with her husband, but he told her she was thinking about it.
While Loose Women panel member Nadia Sawalha attempted to play the devil's advocate for the woman, Jane Moore said it was wrong: & # 39; You impose on them what your idea is aesthetic. & # 39;
Other redditors also raged against the mother: & wtf is wrong with someone who cares about their baby's EYEBROWS?! A way to make those self-confidence problems fun and early, 10/10 parenting. & # 39;
Another replied: & # 39; Potentially preventing bullying for years from now, hardly justifies causing a baby literal pain. Just like me, an adult woman who raises her eyebrows every two weeks, I am literally hurt by the idea of inducing even 1/10 of the pain that I have with a literal baby and tweezers is ZOOO much worse then thread in my opinion. & # 39;
A third said: & # 39; You are seriously applying adult beauty standards to a child – actually a baby. The child's unibrow makes ZERO difference for her experience as a baby, but her mother pulls her hair out one by one because she is not beautiful enough and has a life full of complications. & # 39;
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