So this happened a few months ago, but teen mom Farha Abrams waxed her child's uni-brow and when that didn't work she plucked it. So my question is would you do this to your toddler's eyebrows why or why not? Let me go ahead and give my answer. As someone who gets there eyebrows waxed and plucks on a regular basis I would never do that to my DD I am grown and I still wince in pain any time I get it done. DD has a uni-brow but it does not affect her cuteness in any way. Maybe when she is school aged, and maybe was being bullied about it I might use an eyebrow shaper to get rid of the uni-brow but that would be the only reason.
I would leave it alone. I am pretty sure my son is going to be rocking a uni in a year or two and I wont be messing with it, there is no reason to subject children to pain so that they look better in our opinion.
I think thats wrong on so many levels , but thats just me.
I was super self concious of my eyebrows when i reached middle school but never gave an ounce of care before that. I would never wax / pluck my daughters eyebrows that young.
That girl is a sad, piss-poor excuse for a mother. I absolutely would not do that! It's somewhat abusive IMO. Mental abuse mostly. Way to instill in your child from a young age that she physically isn't good enough or beautiful the way she is. That poor girl is going to grow up with the worst self-image issues
I wouldn't unless DD was old enough to ask for it to be done.
I mean, she doesn't have a unibrow, so I don't have to worry about it. But if she was older and asked, I'd pluck it for her or get it waxed.
I think personally think that she is instilling the wrong values to her child. Here is what she tweeted: "So here I am faced with a standout historical moment in motherhood when I can confirm to myself that my little, adorable, most cuddle-able cutie, baby girl has a unibrow," the Teen Mom star explained. "I felt bad for her."