Harnaam Kaur
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We're often told that in order to be beautiful, we need to have hair in all the "right" places. What that's supposed to mean to is having plenty of hair on our head (preferably hair that's long, frizz-free, shiny, and as close to a Victoria's Secret model in texture as it can get) and full brows. We're told that any hair that deviates from that narrow fold is extra, and therefore, needs to be plucked, tweezed, waxed, threaded, lasered, or somehow otherwise removed.

Harnaam Kaur has repeatedly challenged that ideal, and has proven time and time again that yes, you can be hella feminine and beautiful — and rock a full face of hair, too.

In case you haven't met her yet, this is Harnaam Kaur.

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She's a body activist, a life coach, and a model.

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Kaur's beard is due to PCOS, aka polycystic ovary syndrome.

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She's so badass, she even has a tattoo of her own face on her leg.

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However, her beard is certainly not keeping her from celebrating her femininity. 

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Check out that eye shadow!

She's also super stylish.

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Case in point.

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I mean, how flawless is this?

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She's also the indisputable queen of the cat eye.

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TEACH US YOUR WAYS.

Harnaam Kaur
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Her smoky eye game is on point, too.

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But she can also slay totally makeup-free.

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She celebrates her whole body — stretch marks included.

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In short, don't sleep on Kaur.

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And remember: Body hair has nothing to do with femininity. 

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