NYPOST A 31-year-old Danish tutor from Copenhagen has a message for potential suitors:
Take this tweezer and shove it.
Eldina Jaganjac is fed up with what she says are ridiculous beauty standards imposed on women — especially when it comes to hair removal.
Jaganjac ditched the tweezer she once used to trim back her unibrow and the razor to shave her upper lip back in March 2020. She said she was just as feminine with the hair there.
Not all men were as complimentary, Unilad reported. Jaganjac had to cope with a guy yelling ‘pluck that’ or staring at her eyebrows like she has a “third head.”
But that, to her, is a positive.
She told the outlet that going au naturel is a way to weed out the bad apples among prospective boyfriends.
“Before I let my unibrow grow out, I did feel like there were extremely limited options to how women were supposed to look,” Jaganjac said. “If a man doesn’t shave and doesn’t pluck his eyebrows, no one notices or comments and it’s nothing out of the ordinary.”
Freed from fussy personal grooming, Jaganjac said she can “focus on the tasks and goals that I need to have done and less on how I appear while doing them.”
Yeah, no way. Not even if Eldina and I are the last two people on the planet in charge of perpetuating the human race.
Dean has a major issue with other people’s hair. Like, a fucking huge thing that prevents me from finding this woman attractive at all.
As a heterosexual man, I prefer women to not have mounds of facial hair and I have an unnatural hatred for hair especially if it’s on a brush or if it’s just hanging out as a creamy hair wad in a bathtub or shower drain. It not only grosses me right-the-fuck-out, it literally makes me gag.
(This is how Eldina looked a year ago)
Due to my anti-hair predilection and my sexuality, Eldina’s face bothers me to the point where I have a hard time looking at it. I know how that sounds but that’s just how I’m wired. We all have ‘things’ and this anti-hair stance is one of my things.
I’m sure Eldina is super fun to be around and a great conversationalist and it’s terrific that she’s trying to motivate all kinds of hairy women all over the world to be their authentic, hirsute selves.
I’m just taking my name off the board of possible “Hir-suiters” who have no problem showing up to a dinner party with a wife that looks like Missy Pyle in Dodgeball.
Best of luck to Eldina in finding the man she’s looking for. My guess? She’s back to tweezing and waxing by April.