importance to the canons of beauty, much less to the comments of social
networks, press, and followers, the model Paris Jackson does with her look what
other models would never dare to do, showing that she has a truly authentic
Paris Jackson has won the hearts of millions of fans around the world, who are inspired by her intransigent demonstrations of body positivity.
At the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday, she acted again as an example to follow for all those who feel pressured to conform to the beauty standards. With the eyes of the Australian media put directly on the daughter of Michael Jackson, 19, the 19-year-old model was proud of her weapons, flaunting her unshaven legs wearing a lace dress.
The plethora of
tattoos of the beautiful young woman was also left through Morrison dress,
The work on her wrists and ankles was clearly visible, while the low neckline of her dress exposed the ink on her chest.
Paris completed her
look with Ann Shoebridge helmet and boots.
Paris' decision to remain in this way of dressing is well supported on her Instagram account.
In August, the
activist and model shared another snapshot that showed her embracing the
natural approach, commenting openly on her decision in the photo.
You could see Paris in the picture, smoking a cigarette and showing her unshaven legs.
On Monday, the teen
star seemed to be very proud of her fuzzy pins while she looked her
Instastories to share several photos of them.
"If you're not competing with your brother over who can grow longer leg hair wyed [sic]," she wrote.
On Monday, the teen
star seemed to be very proud of her fuzzy pins and in her Instagram History she
shared several pictures of them.
The promising actress took everything to her Twitter to make fun of the fuss.
In March, Paris responded to the harsh criticism in her Twitter: "Wow, my hair grows like all human beings on the planet, what are you doing with your life?", she wrote.
realise that people were going to get so upset over my armpit hair. I didn't
realise that was such an issue. It is so funny," the model told on
"People are really mad. I wish I could post some of these responses. You can just tell how angry and infuriated these people are... I love hair, and sweat, and BO. I f***ing love it, I think it's great."
"Some people think that it's like super disgusting, especially on girls, but every human body does it. It's natural. Get over it."