I think that it's nice too these images of make up on the models without editing in general. Too many young and vunerable people trying to live up to a standard only achievable via photo editing or cosmetic surgery.
Hair removal is very much a media influenced beauty standard. In the 90's everyone waxed or tweezed thier eyebrows to almost a hair thin.
Let's not go there with the "landing strip" phase...
If the model doesn't remove her own hair then it shouldn't be removed in photos.
I actually prefer that they didn't touch up the photo and edit it. It means that the product advertised is the product you're actually getting, not an edited version that they have enhanced using photoshop. More companies should follow suit in my opinion.
@RakheeGhelani That’s a fantastic fresh opinion, I wish a lot of people had the same outlook... the more natural a person can be gives a better review of how the products will work or not as the case maybe on the normal consumer 💖😍💖😍