For most beauty brands, poreless, hairless models with perfect pouts are the industry standard. Oh, and we can't forget impeccable Photoshop editing. Most of us don't even give it a second thought anymore; we just accept it as the norm. But M.A.C. Cosmetics recently decided to veer from the status quo — and it really shook things up on its social media.
The brand made no mention of the lack of Photoshopping, but the fine hairs above the model's lip made a statement on their own. And some of M.A.C.'s Instagram followers were offended.
The unsolicited advice on what this model should do with her facial hair is proof that Photoshop in the beauty world is skewing people's perspectives. Facial hair is 100% natural and any woman has the right to do with it what she wants.