But she admits to being a little confused.
The standards of beauty aren’t lost on the blonde bombshell. She’s simply trying to figure out why people draw the line at her natural brows.
“I think it’s kind of bizarre that people who fill in their eyebrows, not that I’m hating on people that do at all, but they’re annoyed when I don’t fill mine in and leave them as they are. We are both trying to achieve the same standard of beauty, but in a different ways.”
Her looks stun wherever she goes.
Admitting that her style can be blatantly eye-catching, Hadjipanteli does her best to stay true to herself, while not going too far over the top. It’s no secret that she loves bold eye shadow and dramatic lipstick, and that can be a lot for her fellow classmates to take in.
“Sometimes it does look like a lot, even for my preference,” she says.
She gets it from her mama.
Well, it’s probably a little bit of her mom and her dad, but there’s no question that Hadjipanteli hit the genetic jackpot. Her family also did wonders for her self-confidence, she says, and her mom helped her with invaluable grooming routines early on.
“If you’re in a family where your brother and dad also have really nice eyebrows, you’re never really self-conscious of having thick eyebrows,” she says.
Let's talk about those grooming habits.
Like any other model, Hadjipanteli has her own beauty routine. Sure, her brows are born free and run wild, but that doesn’t mean she’s thrown grooming habits out the window. In addition to tinting her brows, she relays that she highlights her orbital bone with castor oil.
“It really does help, it’s not just a myth,” she says.
All that maintenance pays off.
Well-groomed brows definitely come in handy when you’re portraying one of history’s most famous unibrow sporters. Hadjipanteli recently did a photo shoot dressed as Frida Kahlo, and the results were beyond beautiful.