Though her arches are nothing short of perfect today, Ruby Rose had quite a few brow mishaps back in her formative years—you know, just like the rest of us mere mortals. "I think my mom tried to stop me from messing with my eyebrows because she's a good mom, but there's only so much you can do when your daughter is obsessed with Christina Aguilera and Mariah Carey in the times when they didn't have eyebrows," she told the crowd at the launch of Urban Decay's Vice lipsticks in Brooklyn, New York last night. "Before that, I was going through the East 17 stage, and one of them had slits in his eyebrow, so I shaved slits into my eyebrows, which was a really cool thing to do. When I didn't get the precision I wanted with the shaver, I'd pull them out with tweezers." Rose went on to credit the "eyebrow gods" and "eyebrow Jesus" for returning her arches to a more ample state, but those #tbt photos of years past never fail to entertain her friends. "People see photos of me from high school and they're like, you look different! And I'm like, it's because I don't have any eyebrows and I look like a Ninja Turtle," she added.
Another totally humanizing way she's just like us? Getting red lipstick all over her teeth is an all-too-common occurence in her life. Rose confessed that she tends to do opt for nude shades when she's doing interviews, but if no talking is required, she'll break out the risky bold shades. Considering that she's the famous face of Urban Decay's new 100-piece lipstick collection, we figure it's only in due time that she comes out with a hue of her own. After all, her name is pretty perfect for the task. "I guess my name kind of lends itself to being a lipstick, but then Urban Decay had to go and launch 100 new ones, so for me to come up with my own color now is going to be a mathematical equation," she joked. "I'm gonna go around and speak to everyone here like—give me 1% of color, we'll put it together, and it's gonna be some amazing glow-in-the-dark color, it's gonna have its own music." Our love for her officially knows no bounds.