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I don't feel ashamed for my face when it changes after having cried. Nobody has to feel ashamed and nobody has to apologize for showing emotions. The difference is that we aren't reliant on wearing it. Body positivity means WE own the rulebook when it comes to our faces and our bodies. It's saying we should have the choice to wear makeup or not which means the workplace and clubs can not dictate makeup on their dress code. ❤ Never forget that in a world of such cruelty, hopelessness and fear, KINDNESS AND LOVE is what really matters. I have a lot of stress, I go to bed quite often without washing myself due to depression and I don't have the time or money to really take care of my skin so it just gets left and for the first time in forever; I'm okay with it. And don't get it twisted - I'm not shaming people who wears make-up �� make-up can be an amazing creative outlet, self care ritual and form of artistry.We don't NEED it to feel beautiful because we know we are inherently beautiful with or without it. We don't use it to cover our spots, acne or acne scars. ❤ #loveyourself #loveyourbody #selflove #selfcare #effyourbeautystandards #bopo #bodypositive #bodypositivity #kindness #kindnesswins #love #lovewins #behappy #spreadlove #lovemakestheworldgoround A post shared by Kate ☀️ (@kateshappinessjourney) on Make up free, crazy haired, no filter, zero editing. You are perfect just as you are, you don't need retouching, you don't need a full face of make up to be photographed, you don't need perfectly tamed hair to go out in public. (Edit: just a side note - I finally figured out my computer issues and am able to upload to You Tube again!! New video is live on my channel, click the link in my bio �� ) . #YYC #calgary #airdrie #nowrongway #bopo #bodypositivity #plussize #plussizefashion #plussizeblogger #plussizestyle #plussizefashionista #plussizeclothing #bodypositive #selflove #psootd #selfie #effyourbeautystandards #selfiesforselflove #belly #rolls #thick #curvy #iamsizesexy #beautyatanysize #hamontstyle #inthefittingroom #haul #alternativecurves A post shared by Britt �� (@brittpysar) on My skin tends to be what society would like to call 'bad'... I don't particularly like my spotty,bumpy skin but I refuse to hate it anymore... But I also think we should be addressing how today's make-up culture is teaching so many people that they're not good enough unless they're perfectly contoured, highlighted, and on fleek (and making a whole lot of money doing it).
The ladies are accompanying their snaps with inspirational hashtags, such as #allbodiesaregoodbodies, #ihaveembraced and #BOPO, which is short for 'body positive'.Now I know I'm all about promoting a healthy lifestyle and enjoying training, finding your balance and being the best version of you- but NO superfood salad or 10 mile run is going to make you feel great if you can't look at yourself and be genuinely happy and content with RIGHT NOW- not thinking about what you were like or what you should be, but right now. Saying it's just because I feel confident with it on but honestly I'm struggling with myself at the moment and makeup hides a multitude of sins. Saying goodbye to the girl who's cried all night and hello to the girl who walks around in unicorn colours.My friend Gerry the other day was talking about how we put things off because we never "feel ready" - well folks as he said "this isn't a dress rehearsal"������if you think like that you'll never do the things you want to. �� The thing is, I know I'm worthy and beautiful either way. #scarrednotscared #onetakebeauty A post shared by Michelle Elman (@scarrednotscared) on Just wanting to reiterate (to myself and you guys) that you do not NEED makeup to make you beautiful.I have worked and worked and worked some more on myself to get to this point. neither do you :3 ❤️ A post shared by Milly Smith ����☀️�� (@selfloveclubb) on You are not more or less beautiful with makeup ���� You are exactly the same person no matter how many layers of contour you apply to your skin ���� Makeup can be amazing.I see beyond physical appearance in myself and others and no longer attach any value to it. I have a lot of stress, I go to bed quite often without washing myself due to depression and I don't have the time or money to really take care of my skin so it just gets left and for the first time in forever; I'm okay with it. It can make you feel strong and beautiful because it acts as a cover up. I just want to remind you to except the real person underneath that armour.