Self-proclaimed “good mom” Abraham took to social media to blog about the wax removal procedure she performed on her daughter’s unibrow. After the waxing process went awry, Farrah waited until Sophia fell asleep and finished the job with tweezers, even though the little girl was saying “ouch” in her sleep. And then the controversy began. You can see the blog here.
Diane Levin is an early childhood education professor and co-author of “So Sexy So Soon: The New Sexualized Childhood and How Parents can Protect Their Kids.” She says that being so beauty obsessed at a very young age teaches girls “to value themselves based on how they look instead of who they are. This plugs right into how young children think; they focus on what they can see and not what lies underneath."
Responding to the negative criticism, on Tuesday Abraham tweeted from her official Twitter account:
#Unibrow’s are not sacred! Do the right thing #tweeze no matter what age :) For all of you #unibrow lovers watch #GOODMORNING #AMERICA tomorrow a.m to see what Soph & I have to say about hygiene :)
Twenty-year-old Abraham recently altered her breasts, nose and chin by undergoing $16,000 worth of plastic surgery.