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I loves me face and me smile and always have! 
I'd get invisalign to close up these gaps, but they're not that noticeable or distracting so if I dont do it I'll still look goodCool.

Interestingly enough, my body image issues never made it up to my face. It was always, "yeah, my body looks like this, but at least my face is nice."

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Sorry to bump this, but, I just got back from a clothing store and, well......

.....can we talk about how horrible dressing room mirrors are 

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Originally posted by Hello! Tsuki Hello! Tsuki wrote:

Sorry to bump this, but, I just got back from a clothing store and, well......

.....can we talk about how horrible dressing room mirrors are 

D:
Girl, yes. Those dressing room mirrors make me feel like shyt. I feel so chunky and look dimply in those mirrors. At home i look so sexy and smooth.  Thats why i just make purchases and bring back what doesnt fit.
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Yes, I love it and I wouldn't change a thing!
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I like my nose
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Originally posted by Midna Midna wrote:

Originally posted by EPITOME EPITOME wrote:

Originally posted by Midna Midna wrote:

I quite love my face! I've come a long way in the self-esteem department, I must say.

But honestly, it feels great that I love myself so much that when I look in the mirror, I naturally smile. I want my future children to have that same healthy self-love.

Also damn, I was looking good today. Man, I highlighted my face right! My makeup was simple, but on point! I was looking like a queen. My cheekbones were on point~

girl bye. ur pretty....why did u not love ur face?


Wasn't raised in an environment that really taught self-love. LOL In fact, the opposite, more like. I was a sensitive youth. Pair that low self-esteem grooming at home to the bullying at school growing up and it was the perfect path for me to begin hating myself.

Sometimes, when people tell you the same thing about yourself enough, you may begin to believe it. My self esteem was so low that if I was called something negative, I would reply with, "I know."

But eventually I got tired of hating myself because of how exhausting it is and slowly taught myself not to doubt myself and merit myself. Eventually, I began to appreciate myself and my self esteem was on the rise.





Totally agree with the bolded. Kids are mean - vicious really. It took me forever to have confidence in myself. I definitely had positive reinforcement at home, but nearly daily I was told I was ugly because I wore glasses and had "awkward" features. It's honestly surreal that I even went into modeling at all considering how much I felt undesirable/ugly/etc and that's hardly the industry for an insecure person to enter lol. But I'm glad I did. :)
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Originally posted by *Belle*Femme* *Belle*Femme* wrote:

Originally posted by Hello! Tsuki Hello! Tsuki wrote:

Sorry to bump this, but, I just got back from a clothing store and, well......

.....can we talk about how horrible dressing room mirrors are 

D:
Girl, yes. Those dressing room mirrors make me feel like shyt. I feel so chunky and look dimply in those mirrors. At home i look so sexy and smooth.  Thats why i just make purchases and bring back what doesnt fit.


For me it's not the mirror but the lighting. Ouch I love my skin color as it has a lot of orange in it and for the most part I can pretty much wear any color. But with the exception of H&M, most of these stores use HORRIBLE lighting that either washes you out or makes you look one dimensional. HATE IT.
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Originally posted by discreet. discreet. wrote:

I am not physically beautiful, in the face I do not think, but aside from my skin(bumps : scars) I would be more comfortable, though I am not the young woman most would be attracted to by face, I do feel content with it seeing as I can only be myself. Fortunately for better unfortunately, for worse. I spend and have spent plenty of time in my life wishing to look like someone else, not even because I'd feel better, but I used to believe people would give me more chances as a young woman. I'd like to just be me though my looks are not what I am most proud of, I try to extend my mind because there are other things to excel at and share. Embarrassed
I just want better skin, no bumps/scars on my face.

Do any of you feel content with your face at times and then see someone "better looking" than you and then breakdown?

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I know it's strange and probably doesn't make sense

but I see most black people as the same color ... I really don't see shades

I know that we wear different foundation/powder colors but in my mind the differences are negligible.

I have no idea what people mean when they say they see gold, yellow, orange, red, blue in a particular person's color vs another

could be naivete
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Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

I know it's strange and probably doesn't make sense

but I see most black people as the same color ... I really don't see shades

I know that we wear different foundation/powder colors but in my mind the differences are negligible.

I have no idea what people mean when they say they see gold, yellow, orange, red, blue in a particular person's color vs another

could be naivete


blue tones I've never understood very well. But I get the orange, red, gold thing. Definitely probably because I have a lot of orange (<-- avi) in my skin tone.
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