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20 Celebs Blew Up Instagram By Refusing To Use Photoshop


20 Celebs Blew Up Instagram By Refusing To Use Photoshop

They are brave enough to show pics without editing.

Social media has become an undetachable part of almost all of us. It’s crazy how widespread it is and the impact it has id definitely not deniable. Everyone is looking at pictures and news on social media and is getting influenced by them. This kind of influence has indeed created a few strong mental problems for people. Companies sometimes create unrealistic beauty and body standards for a lot of people which in turn creates mental health problems like low self-esteem, and unworthiness.

It was 2017 when the French govt. passed a bill that stated that all commercial photographs that have been tampered or relabeled digitally must be labeled so. This trend took off to the rest of the world from France. People supported this idea and spoke out against photo editing tools that have created unrealistic body and beauty standards that exist today.

W have compiled 20 such images that will help u and guide us into our self-love journey, all inspired from this.

She makes a point that women with a toned stomach can also have stomach rolls while sitting

A blogger that talked beauty and has completely denied to retouch her pictures

This athlete struggles from diastasis recti after she gave birth, for 3 years and she has now decided to post pictures of her belly

We all know Chrissy Teigen, and she showed that models also have bruises and stretch marks just like us

She believes in teaching her baby to love her body

Mango, the famous fashion brand, doesn’t hide the wrinkles of their female models above 40

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A proud blogger who is not ashamed of showing everyone how she looks after giving birth to three children

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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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Lady Gaga doesn’t pay any heed to any photo editing software

L’Oréal refrains from smoothening the wrinkles or any imperfections of skin on any of its models

She doesn’t agree to make her skin look perfect by using any kind of filters

The official account of the Royal Family doesn’t edit any of their photos because natural looks and honesty are two biggest components of their policy

Ashley Graham brings a new revolution with her pictures

A popular 22-year-old French model showing the reality of a 50 kg weight loss

MAC doesn’t remove freckles, pores or even upper lip hair of its models while uploading photos

A mother shows how it looks like after giving birth to triplets

Emilia Clarke is an epitome when it comes to teaching self-love

This woman uploaded her photos, one with make-up and one without it, and she loves both

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I love both these girls 😂

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