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Instagrammers Who Photoshopped Their Pics So Badly, It's Funny

Instagram is rife with people photoshopping their photos to ridiculously unattainable levels of beauty. Sometimes, the edits are subtle, and other times they are less so. I would argue that the pictures containing slight edits do more damage than those that are so obviously photoshopped because they portray a somewhat believable illusion of perfection. But the ones that are so severely photoshopped that they distort limbs and make skin look TOO smooth are the ones we can laugh at because the people who publish them live on planet delusion—population: themselves.



Instagrammers who edited their photos so much, it hurts | thumbnail text - She doesn't have a nose Skin Texture, we all have it.
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Beauty Blunder Of The Week: Nostril Hair Extensions

Each time we come across a ridiculous beauty trend that is sweeping the internet, we feel the need to share the ridiculousness of it with you. We've bought you glitter tongues, we've shown you people painting their butts with glitter, and we've also given you a glimpse of people who are coloring their armpit hair (for some bizarre reason, I don't understand). And now, we bring you nostril hair extensions. Why are people doing this, you're probably asking? I couldn't tell you. All I can say is, they look like they'd be a nightmare if you have a cold, and they'd probably scare little kids away in the street. Other than that, they're great. I'm sure.

beauty blunder of the week: nostril hair extensions
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Women On Twitter Inspires Others To Appreciate Their 'Before' Noses

In a world so focussed on external looks, social media, and "ideal" beauty standards, it isn't always easy to feel beautiful. While we should be embracing our "flaws" and "imperfections" — because that's what makes us unique — we live in a society that encourages us to photoshop the blemishes from our pictures and get surgery to fix anything that's less than perfect on our bodies. Although there's a growing movement to change these attitudes, there is a lot more that come be done. One woman's tweet about the shape of her nose looking like a "before" photo, but loving herself anyway, has gone viral and has inspired other women to comment on the same topic. Here are some of the beautiful replies from women who have learned to love the unique shape of their noses and embrace their bodies.

woman inspires nose twitter before after appreciation heartwarming beauty standards | holly @hollyhopkins 's okay if nose looks like all before" pictures <3 hated my nose sm much longest time and felt so insecure about but am learning life my side profile even if doesn't look like ideal" beauty standard | Irene Trepp Salinas @LucialreneTrepp Replying hollyhopkins My nose has been my biggest insecurity throughout my life. But now l'm starting love as well
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