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It actually makes sense.
On days when you're feeling blue, turn to this simple five-second solution: Swipe on your favorite lippie. It may sound a bit superficial, but it does work! A study done by researchers from Edith Cowan University discovered that the
It's SO true.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, acne is the most common skin condition in the U.S. and affects up to 50 million Americans annually. But acne is more than just dealing with annoying blemishes-it has also been linked to
You go, girl!
Iza Calzado has been in show business for 15 years, and she knows a thing or two about being criticized for her looks and weight. So, for 2018, Iza is calling for Filipinos to be more body positive.In an ~*inspiring*~ NYE
And it stars body positivity advocate Charli Howard.
For so long, the fashion industry has made us believe that all models fronting their campaigns and editorials are genetically perfect. Stretch marks? What are those? Cellulite. You've got to be kidding.Thankfully, that's slowly becoming less of the situation
Bullies called her 'blubber' and locked her in a cupboard.
If Kate Winslet had listened to the bullies, Titanic would've looked very different.The Oscar-winner has revealed that she almost put off acting after being fat-shamed at school. And the teasing got so bad, that bullies nicknamed her "blubber"
Embrace the skin you're in.
We might not always realize it, but labeling people, whether rashly or in jest, can hugely impact how they see themselves. Maybe it was something said as a joke, or a comment we perceived as well-meaning, or something we repeat just