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Internal Investigators Claim Mom’s Allegation that Daycare Waxed Toddler’s Eyebrows is ‘Unsubstantiated’

The organization that runs the daycare center at which a mom alleged her 2-year-old daughter had her eyebrows waxed without her permission says an internal investigation showed the claim to be “unsubstantiated.”

On Feb. 1, Alyssa Salgado, 19, of Kennewick, Washington, took to Facebook to express her outrage that workers at the daycare center her 2-year-old daughter attends had allegedly waxed the child’s brows.

“I saw a red mark in between her eyebrows,” Salgado wrote. “I think it’s a scratch but as soon as a get home I get a closer look these WOMEN decided to WAX MY DAUGHTERS uni brow.”

“THEY HAD NO RIGHT TO TOUCH MY DAUGHTER AT ALL,” her post continued.

In a media statement dated Feb. 7, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties said that it had completed its “internal fact-finding” after receiving two complaints at the childcare center it operates for the Pasco School District at Columbia Basin College (CBC), where Salgado attends high school and sends her child to daycare.

“After conducting staff interviews, reviewing documentation and inspecting the physical environment, the Boys & Girls Club has found these accusations to be unsubstantiated,” the statement reads.

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“The Washington State Department of Early Learning (the licensing agency for childcare centers) continues to investigate the complaint with the full support and cooperation of the Boys & Girls Clubs.”

The results of the Boys & Girls Clubs internal fact-finding have been submitted to the state investigation team for consideration in its report, the statement continues.

Salgado dismissed the organization’s findings, saying she wants whoever allegedly waxed her daughter’s eyebrows to “take responsibility for it,” she tells PEOPLE.

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“I just want justice for my daughter. I want the person who did this to apologize to my daughter for what they did to her. I don’t want this to happen again to her or to anybody else.

“They had no right to change my daughter,” she says. “She looked beautiful the way she was. It was painful for her.”

Salgado has taken her children out of the center for now.

Calls for comment from the DEL were not immediately returned.


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Natalia Castellar Was Bullied For Her Eyebrows, Then They Launched Her Modeling Career

Our unique features make us beautiful, but it can be hard to see them that way.

As a kid growing up in Virginia, Natalia Castellar was bullied “terribly” for her long, thick eyebrows. The Puerto Rican-born 17-year-old says things got so bad, she almost shaved them down.

“I had a lot of self-esteem issues,” Castellar told HuffPost. “It was very difficult for me to embrace myself.”

Thanks to a supportive family, Castellar gradually learned to love her brows. Then her sister posted shots of her on a photography blog, W reports, and a fan base grew. Castellar recently signed a modeling contract with the influential agency Next Models.

The eyebrows she once saw as a blemish are now her defining feature. 

“My eyebrows are a total advantage,” Castellar said. “They aren’t the only thing that make me a great model, but they play a huge role in attracting attention from both fans and potential clients.”

So far, Castellar has modeled for Nars and Mansur Gavriel, with more projects on the way. She says fans are often surprised to learn that her signature brows require so little maintenance

“Many people assume that I have an eyebrow routine that I follow, but I really don’t do anything besides brush them,” she told W Magazine.

Castellar also makes it a point to tell her followers that insecurities are normal; it’s how you think about them that counts.

“We need to realize that just because someone’s beauty is different than our own doesn’t mean we’re not beautiful,” she told HuffPost. “We need to embrace our diversity and celebrate what makes us, us!”

Well said. 

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