Women with visible facial hair have often been treated like sideshow attractions, attracting curiosity and ridicule even when not performing in an actual 19th-century carnival. But facial hair, like all body hair, is completely natural. Some women simply have more of it than others, whether they're trans or dealing with a hormonal health condition like polycystic ovary syndrome PCOS.
She started having laser treatment to reduce it when she was just two-weeks-old, and she's since had the procedure 20 times. The little girl is fiercely proud of the marking though, and when she took part in a pageant this year she refused to use anything to mask it. Marie, 41, and her husband Ronnie, 49, were told about their daughter's port wine stain shortly after she was born - doctors raced in to say there was a problem.
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After over a decade of hiding under a thick layer of concealer and foundationLauren Foster is taking off her makeup. The year-old English woman has been covering up the large birthmark across the right side of her face since she was 6 because of being bullied and gawked at for her unique skin condition. Lauren has what's called a port wine stain birthmarkwhich occurs when a portion of the skin has an insufficient number of nerve fibers.
Like any child, Nikki loved make-believe. Since she was old enough to walk, she would dress up in costumes and dance around the house. At six, Nikki was already a member of the Brownies, ballet club and played football after school.
Alma Torres made waves back in April for choosing to proudly show off her beard in an effort to empower women struggling to embrace their own facial hair. Not only was she an inspiration, but Torres also helped to elevate the conversation surrounding women with facial hair and shed light on others. They all distinctly prove that facial hair does not make you any less female.
Marie Claire has published a fascinating story and accompanying video profiling three women who have struggled with extreme facial hair, but have been able to overcome societal beauty standards and their own hangups to now embrace the hair on their face. Alma Torres, 24, from the Bronx, New York, has come to love and be proud of her beard, which is noticeably quite thick. But, for a long time, accepting her facial hair was a major hurdle in her life.