Sikh woman embraces facial hair, shatters conventional beauty standards
Harnaam Kaur has Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, a condition that produces more male hormones and has caused her to grow facial hair since she was 11. (Photo Credit: instagram.com/harnaamkaur)
While growing up in the UK, Harnaam Kaur was teased relentlessly for having facial hair, until one day she decided to embrace her body as it was.
After years of bullying that led to self-harm and suicidal thoughts, Kaur has accepted herself for all she is.
She now aims to prove there's no one definition of beauty, and that our bodily flaws are meant to be embraced.
Her Instagram account is where you can see her celebrating her individuality.
We are all imperfect, and Kaur's courage to accept her body for what it is,is a stunning example.
Kaur, also posts regular updates about her life on her social media pages. Kaur posted this picture on getting a nose piercing.
Kaur also endorses the products that she uses to groom her lady beard.
Kaur's body-positive images are incredibly powerful and awe-inspiring.
We could all learn a lot about confidence, acceptance and our own perceived flaws from Harnaam Kaur.