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Esta modelo muestra que las fotos perfectas en Instagram no lo son

La modelo y periodista de 33 años Danae Mercer publica fotos en Instagram donde trata de mostrar que lo que vemos en las publicaciones de esta red social muchas veces está alejado de la realidad y no todo es tan perfecto como parece, aunque eso no significa que esté mal.

 

La modelo siempre muestra cómo puede cambiar el cuerpo de una persona en función de la luz y la pose ha alcanzado en los últimos días una gran repercusión, acumulando más de medio millón de likes desde el pasado 25 de junio.

Sin usar Photoshop, pero calculando el ángulo, la postura y la luz, se pueden esconder las estrías o la celulitis, pero ella quiere enseñar a todos sus seguidores la verdad.

 

 


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Insta vs ALSO INSTA – Let’s CHANGE the CONVERSATION. Let’s start showing up a little more HOW WE ARE, and a little less of WHO WE THINK we HAVE to be. It’s hard. I get that. PERFECTION is glittering and promising and the GOAL that so many of us have been taught we must pursue. Only it’s a rigged game. No one wins when chasing perfection. Because PERFECTION doesn’t exist. It doesn’t. Not in bodies. Not in lives. Not in humans. Instead, us humans, we are far more complex and nuanced. We have cellulite and dimples and jiggles and souls that fold or falter or stumble towards something better. We have emotions that don’t make sense and hearts that break. We have rawness. We have hope. So today, I challenge you to step back from the tempting lie that is PERFECTION. Let yourself be a little more YOU. Whether it’s by showing some wiggly dimply bootie bits on social media, Or by offering a moment of vulnerable honesty to a friend. Let yourself be who YOU are. Perfectly imperfect, Crushingly real, And incredibly human indeed. You got this. x #instavsreality #selflove #bodyconfidence #feminist #inspiringquotes

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  En la imagen, Mercer muestra a través de dos fotografías cómo la realidad tiene muchas caras. En la imagen de la izquierda, con la luz adecuada y una pose forzada, parece que su cuerpo no tiene ninguna marca y su piel es tersa y perfecta. Sin embargo, como ella misma cuenta y cómo se puede apreciar en la foto de la derecha, la realidad es muy distinta. “La luz más suave oculta mi celulitis y suaviza la mayoría de mis estrías”, cuenta en la publicación de Instagram. “Quiero recordarles cómo todo tiene un filtro aquí. Planeado. Perfeccionado”. Aunque la periodista, que trabaja como freenlance en diferentes medios internacionales, aclara que para ella no hay nada malo en querer lucir bien, sí es importante “no compararse jamás con una persona desconocida de Internet”.


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ME / ALSO ME – Because POSING is fun but sitting COMFORTABLY is even better. Now let’s talk DIET CULTURE myths. For years, I thought if I GOT RID of my CELLULITE, I would be happy. It has always been my hang up. So I cut calories. I dropped dress sizes. I shrank. And I waited for that joy, for that feeling of confidence. It didn’t come. Not even at my smallest. None of these things made me feel BETTER about MYSELF. And now, now, years later, I am softer. Squishier. No longer starving. I weigh more. But my heart is lighter. Because here’s the thing I learned the hard way, The thing that diet ads never tell you: BODY IMAGE starts on the inside. It does. Being comfortable with your cellulite? Your stretchmarks? Your bits that wiggle and jiggle and fold here or crease there? All that requires mental work. Internal heavy lifting. Where day by day, month by month, you remind yourself how INCREDIBLE you are. And how your WORTH, your VALUE as a HUMAN, doesn’t CHANGE even when your body does. Nor does anyone else’s. So today, fight against the urge to measure WHO YOU ARE as a HUMAN against whatever is or isn’t happening with your body. Extend the same kindness to other women around you. And allow yourself the softness of a bit of self love. Because you ARE wonderful. You ARE incredible. You ARE WORTHY. Posed or relaxed, sandy or sweaty or sleepy or in any state. You’re loved. x PHOTOS @chiclebelle @gabrielleph #bodyacceptance #selflove #womenirl #cellulite #stretchmarks #normalizenormalbodies #instagramvsreality

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Same girl. Same day. SAME WORTH. But we don’t see both these types of photos to the same extent on social media. The online world is filtered. Here, TikTok, Twitter, wherever. It’s a series of magic moments and perfect poses that have been reshot and filtered and adjusted until they embody the ideal. This doesn’t just go for the stream of ‘ideal’ bodies. It goes for incredibly romantic adventures or cool crafts or perfect parenting moments. All of these, all of what’s on display, is so often part of someone else’s HIGHLIGHT REEL. And it’s easy to feel our REAL doesn’t quite measure up. Only your REAL is magnificent. It’s flawed and complex and complicated, but it’s also HUMAN. It’s also authentic and raw and YOU. And that? That is far more incredible than anything social media could ever hope to display. . . #bopo #selflove #bodypositive #iweigh #whstrong #instagramvsreality

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