На Инстаграм се совршени, а сега открија како навистина изгледаат

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07/12/2019

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Уредуваните фотографии на Фотошоп пред да се објават на Инстаграм, станаа секојдневние, па сега тоа го прават и оние кои не се сметаат за инфлуенсери.

Телата на оваа социјална мрежа се совршени, кожата е беспрекорна, а косата е редовно бујна и долга.

За тоа дека во реалноста не е така, докажува и Редит, каде луѓето често објавуваат како навистина изгледаат нивните фотографии. Најновите фотографии докажуваат дека многу од тоа се сокрива, а дури и луѓето кои се апсолутно фит можат да изгледаат несовршено под крив агол.

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Just because you take it off doesn’t mean it should take you down.⁣ ⁣ Over and over again I’ve had people meet me, hear I have 3 kids or that I lost 100lbs and they run eyes down me and say “YOU? HOW?” And I would get this sinking feeling thinking “if only they knew what was beneath”.⁣ ⁣ That was my old narrative. ⁣ ⁣ I’ve talked before about the cloaks of shame we wear. How they shadow us in secret darkness, making us feel like we have to hide or conform, just to be accepted. ⁣ ⁣ But that doesn’t serve us when we take it all off and face the mirror, and face the thoughts awaiting us. ⁣ ⁣ The only way to rid myself of the sinking feelings of what lies beneath being something viewed as “less” was to remove that cloak of shame and blanket myself with truths and an entirely new narrative. One that didn’t make sense to me. One I’d only heard about from others. One that looked at my body as a blessing, not a curse. One that stopped looking at my body as a performance to make, but a tool to use. ⁣ ⁣ Can I just share with you how much that’s changed me? ⁣ Do you know what it’s like to no longer live with such hate inside yourself? For yourself?⁣ Can you imagine talking with another and not looking at their body and thinking less of your own?⁣ Can you picture eating food and not feeling how unworthy you are to be eating, or how “bad” your body might be for it?⁣ ⁣ Are we willing to acknowledge that WE are the authors and the storytellers of our own narratives that speak inside ourselves everyday? Are we willing to change the words, change the direction, change the focus? ⁣ ⁣ Because quite honestly, I thought this was nonsense. Seriously. I didn’t believe in ANY of this at all.⁣ ⁣ Until out of desperation I HAD to try, and slowly realized I wasn’t hating on my body so much anymore. In fact, I wasn’t noticing it much at all. ⁣ ⁣ {I’m still triggered to be ashamed of my body or have negative thoughts about it, yes. But it is no longer the norm. It is the exception. Farther and fewer between.} ⁣ ⁣ Are we willing to have the audacity to believe that we actually something of worth, that clothing cannot give us or take away? ⁣ ⁣ Are we willing, to just believe something more?

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ONE YEAR APART 👉🏼 swipe Exactly 365 days sits between these photos and little did I know how much would change for me in just one year. I don’t know if years feel like they take forever for you or if you blink and you’re swapping out your calendar, but seeing these side-by-side has me feeling allll the feels. I remember being pregnant and having someone comment, “How are you already showing so much? You’ll be a whale by the end of your pregnancy.” I remember placing my hands on my belly and willing my baby to be healthy, praying that THIS would be the baby I got to hold in my arms. I remember wondering what would happen to my body after growing, birthing, and feeding a child. Now I see it... maybe not physically but I FEEL it just from looking at these photos. I am stronger as her mom. I have stepped into my power in a new way. I embrace the different sized boobs, the softened belly, and the stretch marks -- because they gave me the greatest gift of all, HER. She has given me new meaning, new strength, and a new desire to keep on striving to become the best version of myself. I can’t even imagine what life will look like a year from now. She’s my little rainbow of hope and I hope that a year from now, you’ll think of today with a smile, seeing just how far you’ve come. A lot can happen in a year, my friend. 🌈 #kutchersinkihei #babykutch

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PHOTOSHOP MAKEUP ACNE💕___ This photo was taken back in 2017. Every photo I took would be heavily photoshopped. I would Make my skin look clear & make my makeup look flawless! I felt that was the only way to be accepted on Instagram! I never thought their would be a day were I could actually reveal these images for what they REALLY are .. in a positive way. Being a upcoming makeup artists & coming on social media can be intimidating. You might think the products you’ve brought are crap. The brushes you own are too cheap to “blend well” (I know I did) .. “I’m not a good makeup artist” “why doesn’t my makeup look like hers” “why doesn’t my skin look this flawless”.. It becomes mentally draining! 😞🤯 I’m showing these photo so you can understand I was one of those girls & I’ve overcome it! 💕 Never doubt your Beauty or Talents when coming online!💕 LOVE YOURSELF 💕____ #skinpositivity #acne #photoshop #beforeandafter #loveyourself #confidence

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Flash or no flash 🍑😜 Ohhhh that wonderful thing we call ‘lighting’. 💡 I will never forget the day I first noticed I was getting cellulite. I was 17, on holiday with my family and I cried & cried & cried and refused to wear a bikini by the pool. I felt so self conscious. Unfortunately, and what I realise now, was that some hotels (and retail changing rooms like Zara) often have terrible lighting and made my cellulite look a hell of a lot worse. The reality is, women of all sizes are prone to cellulite, it’s just how we are! So for anyone that needs to see this today... cellulite is a thing and it’s nothing to be ashamed of. ❤️🍑 Wear those shorts, rock that bikini & shake that tooshie 💋

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