Greek viewers discovered Eirini Sterianou through Greece's Next Top Model (GNTM), but the model is now turning her career around and trying her luck in acting. Discussing the show "Guilty Choices", in which she appears, Sterianou spoke about the new season of GNTM and Sophia Hadjipanteli as well.
"I am very upset with GNTM because in ours, the first one, I would say things were much stricter. Much more critical of girls. I don't know, basically I was made to feel really bad because I had my breasts done and tattooed," the former contestant said on the "Our Breakfast" show.
"Now, I see that girls are passing 'plastic' in general and on the face and the body and everywhere. And with tattoos. And I think to myself that if it had been like that then maybe I could have gone on and they wouldn't have created so many insecurities for me that I think I have now because of them".
"Luckily for us, it wasn't such a reality show, but now I think that it has been delayed because, for the sake of television viewing, it should also have a greater interest."
"From GNTM, now, we all met Sophia Hadjipanteli. I like that she is so sexy in the face with huge lips with hyaluronic, which I like and I'm glad that they finally tried something else", said Sterianou.
With a Greek-Cypriot father and a British mother, Sophia Hadjipanteli carves her own path towards acceptance of diversity.
She has made her own statement against the stereotypical standards of perfect beauty and is famous all over the world for her united, thick, natural, impressive brows.
The #UnibrowMovement has begun, a body positive movement that ignores the "shoulds" and promotes mold-free beauty and the freedom for people to feel confident with their unique features but also do whatever they want to look the way they want.
She has been photographed in international magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, New York Times and Vanity Fair and has worked with leading designers such as Jean-Paul Gaultier.