The issue here, for us, is not that the woman has a stache; it's that she has a weird, manicured Mr. Belvedere stache. Well, that and the entire message of the ad, that is. (Thanks, BeautySchooled!)
I have to admit, my promise to myself when I start making decent money is to have the hairs on my chin laser-removed.
People probably don't notice, despite the premise of this poster, but I do, and that's enough. I don't appreciate that this company is preying on that fact to convince other women that any body hair they have is unfeminine or unnatural.