In this era where perfect bodies of fit models are taking over Instagram, one blogger tried to show the world that you shouldn’t believe every little thing that you see online.Sara Puhto is a Twenty-year-old-body-positive Finish blogger. She shared side-by-side pictures revealing how much one has to struggle to get just the perfect pictures! In every picture you can see a notable difference between the picture and the reality!
“Nobody’s booty looks round and peachy from all angles,” she said.
Sarah is trying to tell the world that no matter what size your body is, you are perfectly beautiful. The world needs to come out of the beauty stereotypes that it has set! Beauty starts with self-love and nothing else!Scroll down to check out some of her body-positive pictures.
She is Sara Puhto, a body-positive blogger, who is trying to show the world that you shouldn’t believe everything you see online.
She showed how much of a difference an angle or a pose can make to your picture!
“Nobody has abs or a flat tummy 24/7 when they sit down,” she wrote
According to her,“The other day I saw an Instagram post by a celebrity who had clearly photoshopped their body to make it look more curvy”
She says, “The beauty industry strives off our insecurities, and only shows so few body types, please don’t let this make you hate yourself”
She wrote,“Clothing sizes have the ability to make us feel bad about ourselves when we’ve gone up a size and feel good when we’ve gone down a size”
“But I’ve realized that it actually doesn’t matter at all”
“Just because someone wears a smaller size than you doesn’t make them a better person or a more beautiful person”
“Clothing size doesn’t define you”
“You are beautiful no matter what size you wear!”
“Being you and having confidence is what makes you beautiful”
“Not what some beauty magazine portrays as beautiful”
Wow! That was some inspiration right there. People need to come out of their stereotype definition of beauty and indulge in loving themselves thoroughly despite their flaws. Afterall, imperfections are indeed perfect.