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10 fotos que demuestran que NO hay mujeres con “cuerpos perfectos”

La perfección depende de cada persona, pero esos cuerpos de portada de revista NO existen, y estas mujeres lo prueban
Estephanie Gutiérrez | 22 de Enero de 2018 | 06:00
fotos, instagram, mujeres, cuerpos imperfectos
Instagram: @jellydevote

Hemos visto y nos hemos querido matar al ver esas fotos de las “mujeres perfectas” en las redes sociales; ni una sola lonja, cero celulitis, un cuerpo de envidia, admiramos esos organismos bendecidos, pero no podemos evitar pensar ¿por qué son tan perfectos?

Bueno, la realidad es que esa tendencia de subir imágenes donde no solo nos vemos guapos, sino además jóvenes y con un cuerpo atractivo, es una tendencia que no parece real, pero ¿qué hay detrás? La necesidad de ser perfectos, la necesidad de competir, de demostrar que somos mejores ¿tal vez?

Bueno, en sentido contrario a esa tendencia de “perfección”, existe este nuevo estilo de subir en Instagram la foto perfecta que te tomaste, pero también la toma donde no te ves como esperabas.

En estas imágenes podrás ver que todos los cuerpos son reales, ninguno es perfecto, solo depende del cristal con que se mire.

Así lo demuestran estas fotos…  

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REAL TALK: the photo on the left is staged as hell. I was told where to put my legs, how to angle my arm, which way to tilt my hips and even how to hold my fingers. My eyes were watering from the false lashes and my hair will probably never look like that again. THESE ARE THE TYPE OF IMAGES WE COMPARE OURSELVES TO EVERYDAY! A posed, polished, perfectly lit snapshot of the highlight reel. Except this photoshoot was different, because after all the typically 'flattering' lingerie posing, @curvykate asked me to go home and recreate the pictures make-up free, hair undone and relaxed. Because behind-the-scenes deserves to be celebrated too! Our bodies are glorious from every angle. Posed or unposed. Polished or not. And we sure as hell don't need to compare ourselves to anybody's highlight reel, after all, the model in the magazine doesn't even look like the model in the magazine most of the time. You can see more about this photoshoot on @curvykate's blog, the link is in my bio! ✨ Left photo by @alisonvwebster with make-up by @sharlottejacks

Una publicación compartida por Megan Jayne Crabbe (@bodyposipanda) el

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"I have cellulite, much like every other women on the planet. And yes, in certain poses and lighting my cellulite can look better or worse. First i was very insecure and ashamed about having it. But why hate it and be unhappy, when you can accept it and maybe work on it and be happy ⠀ I'm not gonna write a very long story, so let me tell you this. "Imperfections" or "flaws" are there, they make you human. And if it's something you can fix, that's okay, but it's also okay when you can't fix it. Please don't be too hard on yourself. You are just perfect as you are!" - Follow @thefittestbody for the best fitness & health content! tag - comment - share to support! - @nienkke | All rights and credits reserved to the respective owner(s)

Una publicación compartida por Fitness Health Gym Motivation (@thefittestbody) el

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I used to think my posed body made me more... Worthy of love. Worthy of happiness. Worthy of a good life. Worthy of friends. Worthy of self love. ⠀ I hoped and wished for my body to look forever 'posed' my glorious stomach sucked in, my boobs forever perky, my back forever arched, booty forever popping. ⠀ I've slowly come to acknowledge that HEY my body is simply beautiful at all angles, unflexed, unposed, unfiltered, just raw and natural me is enough and JUST AS WORTHY!!! ⠀ We get an 'idealistic' image of what we 'should' look like forced onto us daily. Images of slim, white, 'healthy', able bodied, toned, blemish/scar free etc etc etc and we desire and wish to look that way because... well, why? ⠀ Why do we let them under our perfect skin? ⠀ You are perfect. You're perfect if you never looked toned. You are perfect if your body doesn't change in different angles. You're perfect if it does. Your perfect regardless of ANY aesthetic differences... You're just BOMB AF and NOONE can change that!⠀ ⠀ ⠀ Follow us (@skinnier) for the best Healthy Slimming Advice ❤✅ ⠀ All credits to respective owner(s) // DM Tag a friend that should Follow

Una publicación compartida por Slimming Guide (@skinnier) el

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Okay. So this was TOO GOOD to not upload. . Clearly there is such thing as a good photo and a bad photo. . . I'm not feeling myself today, my stomach is a bit of a mess #ibs and was gonna take some photos and took the photo to the right and then I was just like nah. Which resulted in photo to the left. . I'm obviously doing my least flattering photo pose, fun thing is, don't know what happen to my face but that's how I feel on the inside today since my body won't cooperate! . . And when I looked on the photos I was chocked about how much of a difference it is and I just wanted to share this 10 second #transformation that made me laugh to you guys . . So do not trust everything you see on Instagram, don't be upset if your tagged in a photo somewhere and it's not a flattering one we all have bad angles and most of all BAD MOMENTS where we can look like something completely else then we thought we looked . . I think I look charming on the photo to the left ‍♀️ haha! Mabey not! . Anyway, here is a #realitycheck for yall to not be discouraged about "the perfect" photos you see on Instagram or anywhere on social media! ❤️

Una publicación compartida por Jelly - Work hard see results (@jellydevote) el

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✖️NEWS FLASH ✖️ Our bodies are not perfect. We see models, filtered photos, and perfectly posed people all day long. Often times it causes our expectations to change. We start to believe that those people look perfect in every situation at every angel. But the reality is, posing makes a difference. Our skin gets pulled, smooshed, dimpled, squeezed, stretched, smoothed etc all day long. We are NOT 2 dimensional photos walking around. We are real. We are fluid. We are constantly changing. Learn to love YOU for YOU. Your worth is not connected to your outward appearance. Love your body for what it does. Love your body at EVERY angle. Every dimple. Every crease. Every inch. YOU are worth receiving that love ❤️. repost from @yogi_lainey . . . Proud mama bear moment of the team we're creating… Alaina came to me wanting to get in shape for her wedding… a year later she is a close friend, superstar coach, and helping so many other ladies feel amazing in their own skin…. go follow her y'all . . . . . . . . . . #selflove #selflovequotes #selflovesolider #bodypositive #girlswhosquat #weightlossmotivation #weightlossjourney #weightlosssupport #instahealth #flexibledieting #communityovercompetition #healthylifestyle #healthyishappy #fitgirlsworldwide #fitgirlfollow #fitgirlcode #fitspo #fitchick #livehappy #livehealthy #sweatlife #lululemon #bbggirls #tiunutritionplan #tiuteam #deathbykayla

Una publicación compartida por Danielle Prestejohn (@daniellegracep) el

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From @saggysara: "You're worthy ⠀ Felt like posting a little reminder to myself and everyone that having body fat is normal!! Sometimes I can look lean and have abs and a few seconds later I look completely the opposite of that! And that's fine! I feel like because we constantly see images of lean toned bodies, we sometimes forget that simple things like bloating and tummy fat are completely normal things to have! There's nothing wrong with having it and you shouldn't be ashamed of it!! But I'm also not saying there is anything wrong with posting photos where you feel good about your body, if you feel confident you should post those photos! I just wanted to break down that barrier of having to look "perfect" all the time and remind people that that's not what everyone looks like 24/7 ⠀ Just know that you're absolutely amazing no matter what and I hope that you're having a fantastic week!! ☀️" ⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊ Follow @fitnessempire.x for more! ⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊⚊ Credits: @saggysara

Una publicación compartida por Fitness | Nutrition | Health (@fitnessempire.x) el

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