In a world where selfies have become such a huge thing, we rarely see the real side of people. I mean it’s legitimately difficult to recognize some people from their Instagram pages. That’s how different they look. Whether it’s photoshop or picture editing it doesn’t matter, it would be nice to see an actual resemblance to the person. It’s a breath of fresh air to see these people showing what they look like without the perfect lighting or flexing or hours in between meals. They show what a real human body looks like, sure sometimes you have a day where you’re feeling and looking good, sometimes the lighting is just right, and you take a fire selfie.
There’s nothing wrong with that. We commend these women and even a few men for giving everyone a reality check with their stunning bodies in any lighting. We’re a fan of the new trend with selfies that are authentic. This selfies trend where you share an image of who you really are! Can’t love yourself if you’re trying to disguise yourself with selfie filters.
Iskra is one of the worlds best-known models and she often promotes body positivity for all shapes and sizes! she shared this with the image above.
“No thigh gap or thigh gap who cares. We all think we want different things and we should because we are all different, there’s no wrong way just be the healthiest & happiest for you. I’ll be the first one to tell you pics are all about good lightening and angles. Always remember social medias, not real life never let anyone else’s pics make you feel insecure about yourself. If you don’t look like her and she doesn’t look like you that’s how it’s meant to be. You are meant to be YOU no one else, your body is your home so love and respect it. When you look after it beautiful things happens.”
Anna Victoria who has a huge following of over 1 million on Instagram decided to join in on the trend.
“Me 1% of the time vs. 99% of the time. And I love both photos equally. Good or bad angles don’t change your worth ❤️ I recently came across an article talking about how one woman stated she refuses to accept her flaws because she doesn’t see them as flaws at all. I LOVED that because it sends such a powerful message that our belly rolls, cellulite, stretch marks are nothing to apologize for, to be ashamed of, or to be obsessed with getting rid of! As I’m getting older, I have cellulite and stretch marks that aren’t going away, and I welcome them. They represent a life fully lived (for 28 years so far :)) and a healthy life and body at that. How can I be mad at my body for perfectly normal “flaws”? This body is strong, can run miles, can lift and squat and push and pull weight around, and it’s happy not just because of how it looks, but because of how it feels.”