The scary truth behind warped self-perception on social media—and the lengths we all go to curate the 'perfect' virtual self.
So today I dedicate a makeupless and dressupless photo of myself to people out there who feel the need to use a ton of makeup or apps that can change your appearance to not be embarrassed to participate on the #selfiegoals & #likegoals . "Be confident in your own skin, and be true to yourself and be happy with yourself." Want me to be honest? I wasn't confident in my skin the first time I had instagram which was in 2012 because I was pressured at school about the whole idea of "how many followers do you have" "how many likes did you get in that photo"
Let me tell you this - that's just ridiculous! @instagram was not made to ruin our self-esteem.
To be honest I actually gain more control of my emotion and confident since Instagram.
I learnt that there will always be haters; not only in social media, but at school, at work and even when you are hanging out in the mall and a person just passed by you and starts whispering "what the hell is she wearing?" Be as simple as hatersbehater & I don't have the time or the heart to even bother to tell them to go away, but I do have the time and heart to myself, to tell myself that "I really don't care." So for those who just love to #hate you are welcome because I really don't care what you have to say and it will stay like that forever. #haveagoodattitude
#justbeyou #justbeyourselfie 🙌🏻