Style A bikini model has made a startling confession about the truth behind her Instagram pictures.

01:51  13 september  2017
01:51  13 september  2017 Source:   Mamamia

How to use Instagram without hating your body

  How to use Instagram without hating your body Are you nourished by Instagram's pretty pictures — or do you feel like an ugly blob compared to the lithe, toned creatures in your feed? If it’s the latter, you need to de-objectify yourself on social media.That’s the message from the Butterfly Foundation, the Australian organisation for eating disorders and body image, which has commenced Love Your Body Week to encourage people to (this will shock you) love their bodies.In practice, de-objectifying yourself basically means seeing yourself as more than just a body for others to fawn over on Instagram.

Pic : Instagram . If you haven’t heard of Natasha Oakley before, let me introduce you. Tash (the nickname she prefers) is an Australian bikini model with an online following nearing two million people.

Tash (the nickname she prefers) is an Australian bikini model with an online following nearing two Her Instagram page, as you would expect of someone who carries such a title, is flooded with sunny “I think the general population are just trying to follow exactly what they see with pictures being edited.

If you haven’t heard of Natasha Oakley before, let me introduce you.

Tash (the nickname she prefers) is an Australian bikini model with an online following nearing two million people. The co-owner of ‘A Bikini A Day’ – a business that markets swimwear to social media clientele – with best friend Devin Brugman, Tash is described on her blog as a “bikini connoisseur”.

Her Instagram page, as you would expect of someone who carries such a title, is flooded with sunny beach side snaps.

Each and every image, a glowing display of golden sun-kissed skin, sand and salty hair, yields tens of thousands of likes. With them, come jealousy-laden comments and praise.

The kind of 'before-and-after' bikini photo we can really get behind.

  The kind of 'before-and-after' bikini photo we can really get behind. A fitness and body positive blogger has shared the kind of ‘after photo’ we rarely get to see.Julie Ledbetter, a blogger from the US, shared a video to her social media accounts, showing her bikini ‘before’ and ‘after’ shots – but there’s a twist.

Rebecca Pearson is a jobbing model and for the last year has been creating the 'perfect life' on Instagram in order to get work. Here she reveals the truth behind some of her most popular snaps.

After posting a picture of her standing in a bikini three days ago, Anna followed it up a day later with a candid confession telling the truth behind what we see on Instagram versus real life. The second photo Anna posted was the one from the day before

Tomorrow's the big day! I will be heading down to Bondi to celebrate the beginning of Summer with @SeafollyAustralia ☀️ Join me for an open yoga session at 7am with free super cute #Seafolly yoga mats for those who arrive first OR for free skin health checks, giveaways and refreshments from 9am-12pm! Basically come and have a beach day with yours truly

A fitness model is sharing devastating photos of her battle with ovarian cancer. .
At 23 years of age, aspiring bikini model and self-confessed “fitness enthusiast” Cheyann Shaw was diagnosed with cancer. Just one month before her wedding, Cheyann was told she was battling ovarian cancer after an unexpected trip to the emergency room.

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