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An Instagram influencer of Australia, is encouraging women to share photos of themselves, which is a reflection of what they really want, instead of being the picture-perfect images of a society expect it to.
Ariella Nyssa, who is the owner of a bikini line, set up a mark of her authentic self on social media. They have a lot of messages in its unfiltered form in a bikini photo of herself, stiff-necked, showing off parts of her body that she used to be ashamed of.
It is a body-positive, goal-based influencer detail also makes use of its platform of transparency and of pushing the women to do the same thing, regardless of what other people will think.
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“This image would be corrupted in my camera roll. I, and many of us are looking at the past photos, like this one, because we’re “not ready”, or an “imperfect” look,” Nyssa wrote, with a photo of himself sitting in a bikini with her natural stomach to see it.
“At this point, it is just as good as a set, or a filtered right now!!! Let’s see some of the beauty in the reality of life!!!” she added.
In an other similar post, she wrote, “I invite you to post your unready photos. Post the photos that you do not like it at first sight. It’s so liberating and makes you realize just how BEAUTIFUL you really are.”
It looks like Nyssa is the message of self-acceptance will resonate with her more than 300,000 followers.
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“You’re helping so many girls like I like it more and more with each post. you have no idea,” one Instagram follower commented. “I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
Some of the women even opened up about their own body insecurities.
“I have always felt insecure with my stomach, because it’s alwayssss bloated, I feel like I’ve never had a flat belly no matter how much I work out, and I’ve always been embarrassed by it,” another fan wrote. “I’ve been working on getting more confident and accepting of my presence, and understand that it’s normal.”
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“You’re such a great role model,” another person said. “I’m not confident enough to make my skin…but it makes me feel better.”