Hameed I can't stop being curious about the world around me, especially when it comes to shocking things.

20 Beautiful Women With Unique Features From Around the World

Beautiful Women With Unique Features From Around the World

They were once laughed at for being so different from everyone else, but now they’re getting the last laugh as they prove that even the most unusual features can be beautiful.

These unique women from around the world are an inspiration to anyone who has ever felt like they don’t quite fit in with typical beauty standards.

JALICIA NIGHTINGALE

This stunning Bajan model has entrancing icy blue eyes with a condition called “Sectoral Heterochromia.”

This condition causes the iris of the eye to be multicolored, her unusual blue eyes seem to glow in gorgeous contrast to her dark skin.

She loves putting on makeup and taking pictures, but she doesn’t mind sharing a natural photo now and then.

She says taking pictures with no makeup makes her feel free and beautiful.

Her 58,000 followers (@imjalicia) love her breathtaking photos whether she wears makeup or not.

Some people don’t believe her eyes are real, to those people Giulia posted that we should all know that anything is possible even for black people to have colored eyes.

She doesn’t see why it’s so shocking. She wrote that well it’s not currently part of mainstream beauty standards it’s time for that to change.

HARNAAM KAUR

This British model and anti-bullying activist is also a beautiful bearded lady.

When she was a teenager she was diagnosed with “Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome,” which causes hormonal imbalances that result in hair growth on the body and face.

After overcoming years of bullying and self-doubt, Harnaam is now a spokesperson promoting body positivity and hope for all who feel they don’t fit in.

She has even spoken in the house of parliament and on her own TED talk.

STEF SANJATI

This YouTube star got a lot of attention when she posted a video sharing with her fans that she has a genetic mutation called “Waardenburg Syndrome.” It means that the bone structure in her face is unique.

This syndrome is the reason for her crystal blue eyes, which are set further apart than average and it caused her to be deaf in her left ear.

It can also create changes in pigmentation which are responsible for that white strip of hair in front.

After getting a lot of comments on her YouTube page, she addressed the questions about her facial features in a video, and it went viral.

Stef thinks it got so much attention because the syndrome hasn’t been represented in social media before.

This one-of-a-kind trans woman continues to inspire people who struggle with appearance and gender.

MARIA OZ

This Ukrainian beauty is instead famous for her unusually large eyes.

She’s got a hundred and thirty thousand followers, but some fans are wondering if her eyes are real or if she’s had a little help from Photoshop.

Maria laughs at this question, she has explained that she inherited this unique facial feature from her dad.

EVITA DELMUNDO

Evita Delmundo was born with large hairy dark moles covering her face and body, she also has a birthmark across her neck and shoulders.

Because of these moles, Evita was tormented by bullies at school and she was young, they called her names like monster and chocolate-chip-cookie.

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This was devastating to her as a child, she became very shy and kept to herself. But that all changed when she grew up. At age 20, she auditioned for Miss Universe Malaysia.

Evita decided to show off this unique feature instead of being ashamed of it. She refuses to have surgery to remove her moles, instead, she wants to challenge society’s beauty ideals.

TK & CIPRIANA QUANN

There’s no doubt about it TK Quann has hair for days and so does her twin sister Cipriano Quann.

As you can imagine she gets asked all the time if all of that is her real hair? It is.

She and her sister believe in natural beauty, they refused to tame their hair into confining locs or braids.

They said, they think locs are stunning, they just prefer to wear their hair this way instead.

Even though there are twins their hair texture is slightly different which is why they rock different hairstyles.

Cipriana works best when it’s up and TK lets her tresses flow it just goes to show that everyone’s hair is unique even for twins.

ANNA O’BRIEN

This glittery goddess is curvy and charismatic, just check out her Instapage, and you’ll see what we mean.

It’s full of gorgeous photos of her in a variety of outfits, you can even find her wearing fun costumes.

Anna wrote a book called “a life full of glitter,” it’s all about self-acceptance and finding your sparkle in a sometimes negative world.

Anna is all about having a body-positive body positive attitude, she wants to help people feel good about themselves and love their bodies no matter their shape or size.

People love Anna she’s got a huge following on Instagram and she’s an accomplished global speaker giving talks all around the world.

EM

She goes by EM on Instagram she’s a unique beauty with a skin condition called “Vitiligo.” This condition causes the skin to lose color in blotches.

It happens when the cells that produce pigment die or stop functioning, it can also affect the mouth hair and eyes.

While some people prefer to treat their skin, there is no cure and ends just fine with that. In fact, she loves the skin she’s living in.

On a recent Insta post, she shared that she is very comfortable in her body and doesn’t need remedies or to change her beautiful skin.

KOKIE CHILDERS

Kokie’s Instagram page is full of stunning pictures of her freckled and fabulous face.

She started getting a following after she was scouted for an Afropunk photo portfolio that featured freckled people of color.

She says she gets her hair from her mom who’s from Suriname and Guyana but her dad gets credit for her freckles.

He was Californian with European lineage. He comes from a freckled family of redheads.

Kokie remembers when kids used to stare at her and whisper. But now she loves her freckles.

She said she doesn’t even own foundation or concealer.

THERESE HANSSON

When Therese Hansson was 14 years old she started going bald, she was diagnosed with a condition called “Alopecia,” it causes people to lose their hair.

For a long time, Therese hid her hair under long wigs but now she flaunts her beauty for the world to see.

She’s a model that inspires people who are struggling with Alopecia to be confident, she encourages people not to hide saying it will only make you feel worse.

She talks about what a relief it is to just be yourself. When this Swedish girl took the wig off and embraced her baldness, she got signed by GC modeling agency and is now doing what she loves.

She says she only wishes she didn’t brace her alopecia sooner.

NYMA TANG

This beauty vlogger was blessed with a captivating dark skin tone, but when it comes to finding makeup that matches her skin tone the struggle is real.

So she decided to launch a YouTube channel where she finds and tests the darkest makeup to help other dark-skinned women out there find the best makeup looks.

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Her goal is to empower women to look and feel their best while also calling out makeup manufacturers.

She wants to make sure women with dark skin are not overlooked in the beauty industry.

REFILWE MODISELLE

She’s South Africa’s most successful Top Model living with albinism.

Albinism is caused by a range of genetic disorders that result in a lack of pigment in the skin hair and eyes.

It can also cause vision problems although reveal we are seeing a bright future for herself.

Her incredible success has inspired many people with albinism.

She wrote to her fans on her Instapage, telling them to embrace that in your skin you can still win attitude no matter what.

She said the big lesson is that one must never allow what society deems as limitations to dictate one’s destiny.

DRU PRESTA

Who says you have to be tall to be a model? Meet Dru, a model who measures in at three feet six inches tall.

Like many of the unique ladies in this post, this American Beauty was bullied as a child.

But she never gave up on her dream to be a model in Los Angeles. Now she is looking glamorous on the beaches of LA, making her dreams come true.

SIMONE THOMPSON

Her unique smile has earned her a lot of attention in the modeling world. She learned to ignore the haters when she was young and just kept shining.

This confident attitude got her modeling jobs with Puma, Fendi, Marc Jacobs, and many other noteworthy brands.

She now goes by the name “Slick Woods” looking at all of her glamorous photos. It’s hard to believe that she started out as a homeless teen.

Then she met the English model Ash Stymest and he changed her life. Now she is one of the most sought-after models in the business.

CORALIE JOUHIER

Beautiful Women With Unique Features From Around the World

This French model is more than just a pretty face with a unique look, not only does she do commercial modeling, but she also started a business with her boyfriend called “Le Tricycle.”

They make vegan hotdogs and seldom at special events from a food cart on a bike and these aren’t just your basic hotdogs.

If you look at their website your mouth will start watering at all of the pictures of delicious vegan hotdogs.

Corley is proud of her business and her distinct features, she loves her skin and hair color considering them gifts from her parents.

ARINA LUBITELEVA

At first, this Ukrainian model appears to haven’t typical features, but when she pulls her hair back you’ll see her prominent ears.

She believes her imperfections are real benefits, she wants to inspire young girls and women with non-standard facial features to walk proudly and stand tall.

Arina doesn’t try to hide her large ears she flaunts them so far it’s working out well for her in the modeling world.

MELANIE GAYDOS

This American model was born with a set of rare genetic conditions called “Ectodermal Dysplasia”.

This condition prevents her teeth, nails, pores, cartilage, and bones from developing.

Despite the stigma of her genetic differences she went on to become a model she embraces the surreal in her photographs bringing the unusual to light in the most remarkable ways.

Every picture is artistic and mesmerizing, proving that you don’t have to have typical features to be beautiful.

KANYA SESSER

This model and actress were born without legs.

After she was born in Thailand, her parents abandoned her on the steps of a Buddhist temple.

She was raised by monks, than by foster parents and finally adopted by an American family.

Not only does she model and do motivational speaking engagements, but she’s also an athlete who performs incredible stunts on her skateboard. She loves to surf and live like to the fullest.

Her motto is “No legs No limits!”

Kanya is proof that even the most unique features can be gifts and should be celebrated all around the world.

SOPHIE MORGAN

When Sophie became paralyzed from her chest down after a car accident, her life changed dramatically but not in the way you might think.

She claims she feels more fulfilled since the accident. She refuses to let her paralysis hold her back the accident.

Sofia has modeled for Stella McCartney. She runs her own business and has presented a documentary for the BBC about the terrible treatment of disabled people in Ghana.

So if it continues to educate disabled people in the UK about their rights and how to enforce them. She’s become a force with a unique perspective.

It’s really important to Sophie that the disabled community are represented in the fashion industry, so she designed a fancy wheelchair for store owners to sit there mannequins in place in their windows.

She’s empowered countless people and created so much value from being someone who doesn’t fit the typical fashion mold.

The Maxes love to celebrate individuality and body positivity. Do you have a unique feature that makes you stand out from the crowd? If so tell us about it in the comments.

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