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A YOUTUBER has revealed the truth behind the perfect selfie… showing how
women can retouch photos in a matter of minutes.

Mar 01, 2019 Selfie Harm is part of a larger project Rankin is working on to explore the role of imagery on mental health.Visual Diet—an M&C Saatchi campaign created in partnership with the renowned photographer and MTArt Agency—is a critical look at how overly retouched, hyper-sexualized, and addictive imagery can, over time, shape the way we feel about ourselves.

The 28-year-old blogger, Amelia, has started a body-confidence campaign to
show women that it’s okay to be proud of their bikini bodies.

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In a shocking clip, she shows how easy it is to use the Facetune app to nip
herself in at the waist and accentuate her waist.

Taking to Instagram to share the results, Amelia said: “Not your usual before
and after photo on Instagram – this ‘transformation’ was done with an
app on my phone in under 2 minutes.

“It’s scary just how easy it was to change my entire body and how realistic it
actually looks.

“We all know photoshop exists but I guess you don’t expect to see it on social
media as well as the magazines and everywhere else – so being bombarded by
all these ‘perfect’ photos can take its toll.”

She rounded up her inspirational post with the words: “YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL, no
photoshop required.”

Since she posted the tutorial video online last week, it’s been viewed over
7,000 times and Amelia has been inundated with messages of support.

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A grateful subscriber gushed: “Love this video.

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“I hope lots of girls and women see this and realise what women look
like in real life.”

Many commenters also agree with Amelia’s message that it’s important to be
proud of our bodies.

One Instagram user remarked: “Girls need to stop.

“We should love to love our imperfections.”

Another YouTube commenter agreed: “We need to show more love towards our
amazing bodies.”

It’s not the first time that an Instagrammer has tried to campaign for greater
body confidence on social media.

Earlier this month, plus-size model Iskra Lawrence was determined to
demonstrate how misleading the internet can be, so she posted two pictures
of herself posing in underwear side-by-side.

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In one of the snaps, the blonde bombshell is standing up straight, but in the
other, she stands leaning slightly forwards in order to create the illusion
of having a “thigh gap”.

Gorgeous model Iskra, 25, who has over 1.8million followers on Instagram,
proved that you shouldn’t always believe everything you see online.


an empowering post, she explained: “I’ll be the first one to tell you
pics are all about good lighting and angles.

“Always remember social media’s not real life never let anyone else’s pics
make you feel insecure about yourself.”