Teens Are Making Themselves Look Ugly With Fake Unibrows And Acne For The #DontJudgeChallenge

If the kids aren't trying to summon a Mexican demon called Charlie then it seems they're drawing unibrows and acne on themselves and other seemingly "ugly" traits, before suddenly transforming into their normal beautiful selves—and then posting the results to hashtag #DontJudgeChallenge.

The idea behind it is to tackle body shaming, by first making yourself appear unattractive and then turning normal at the end to show that, man, it's inner beauty that counts.

But rather than encouraging people to embrace their faults, it just seems to have riled people who think it's just a way to mock those who might have acne, unibrows, or goofy teeth.

It seems recently that any appeal or challenge that involves a hashtag on Twitter will be mocked and abused by Twitter users, even if it's for a good cause.

This girl summed up the idiocy of it pretty well.

And here's some of the posts people have been making.

Even YouTube got in on the action

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