This Health Blogger Reveales How Fake Instagram Pictures Are

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My opinion of Instagram photos has always been very low. I mean, it’s so obvious that everyone is getting preped up and posing for about 50 shots before finding this one picture that is flawless. But, then again nothing is flawless, so we get to the next stage of photoshop and editing. So, how can a picture that seems to completely lack of spontanity can be real and not as fake as Kylie Jenner’s lips?

This magnificent girl is Sara Puhto, a Finish blogger that has set the goal of making people love their bodies and not believing everything they see online.

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Who would’ve thought?

Sara shows us that everything has two sides and that same thing worked with photographs. 

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It’s all about having a particular perspective.

God, I am tired of seeing pictures like the one on the right. 

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Everyone nowadays seems to be taking a picture similar to this one.

Again, it’s how you work with your body. 

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One slight movement can create a totally different image and the outcome will be ”insta-worthy”.

Sara is not afraid to put herself out there and send a loud message to every little girl and grown woman, that no one will love your body if you don’t love it first.

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Truer words have never been spoken.

People will love your fake photo, but criticize your real image. 

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So, why bother impress them with something fake instead of proving to them how wrong they are criticizing you?

No ones tummy and thighs are flat when they sit down or bend over. 

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We all have fat in our bodies and it has to go somewhere.

Like Kendrick Lamar says ”show me something natural, like a** with some stretch marks”. This is it guys!

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I hear many people sayig that they like seeing natural things and when they actually see them, they turn their head with a disgusted expression on their face. Not cool, people. Not cool at all. You can do anything you want on social media, but it all comes down to one thing. No one is perfect and no fake image will make anyone appreciate or love you.

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