Sophia Hadjipanteli Is Turning Heads With Her Latest Appearance at Cannes
People couldn’t take their eyes off Sophia Hadjipanteli as she attended the premiere of the film Killers of the Flower Moon in Cannes. The 25-year-old commanded attention on the red carpet, reminding us that we each have a unique kind of beauty, and that we should flaunt it with pride and confidence.
Being gorgeous in her own way.
Sophia wore a deep V-neck black gown with two thigh-high slits. The glamorous gown was embellished with rhinestones and had built-in gloves.
Aside from her elegant style, she looked truly captivating thanks to her famous unibrow which she accentuated with a bold smokey eye makeup and a cat-eye flick.
The model who is a marketing graduate has become an important figure in the body positivity #unibrowmovement campaign.
Sophia who describes herself as a ’’stubborn rebel’’ revealed that she has even named her unibrow ’’Veronica’’. She has previously admitted that she enjoys people’s shocked reactions to her daring unibrow and insisted that negative comments don’t really affect her.
Paying tribute to her ancestors.
More than just a look, she considers her unibrow as a part of her culture and heritage. In fact, Hadjipanteli who was born in Cyrus, credits her Cypriot genes for her thick eyebrows. By embracing this special trait the star wants to honor her roots.
Being authentic to her true self.
The model admits that since she was a kid, she always did what felt right for her without worrying about how others perceived her. She noted, ’’I was always on my own in terms of school and growing up. I was very quirky and with all of that I just wanted to push some sort of boundary.’’
Sophia also insists that her decision is not based on a desire to become famous. She explained, ’’I did this before anyone really knew who I was really, and it was nothing to do with getting attention or anything like that.’’
This model’s philosophy and confidence are what make her beauty shine so bright. And after learning more about her, she made us want to embrace our own uniqueness as well.