ФОТО: Фустанчето едвај ги покри огромните гради на Карлеуша

Атрактивната пејачка Јелена Карлеуша повторно ги воодушеви своите фанови на социјалните мрежи. Популарната Џеј Кеј уште еднаш покажа дека навистина и одговара прекарот „Мала од скандала“, и по подолго време повторно ги шокирала фановите.

Карлеуша се одлучила за стајлинг кој не можел да мине не забележително, по само еден час балканските медиуми започнале да објавуваат фотки од најновото издание на пејачката.

Јелена го привлече вниманието со фотографии и видео на кое позира во долг фустан кој има проблем да ги задржи нејзините бујни гради.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Kinda classy kinda hood 🚀 In @fashionnova ad

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ФОТО: Го облече најминијатурното бикини за да му докаже на момче кое ја понижило дека греши

Кантри пејачката Каси Ештон одлучила да го искористи Инстаграм за се одмазди на својата симпатија која своевремено брутално ја понижила.

Атрактивната блондинка објавила две фотографии на кои позира во пругасто минијатурно бикини, покажувајќи го свото извајано тело со бујните гради и совршените облини.

Можби би помислиле дека оваа убавиа ниеден нормален маж не би ја одбил, но всушност - токму тоа се случило, кога била тинејџерка. Таа таа ситуаија ја опишала, присетувајќи се на едно момче кое ѝ рекло дека изгледа како молив.

„Кога имав 13 години, момчето во кое бев лудо заљубена ме повика на состанок. Се испаничив. Неколку недели подоцна открив дека пријател му платил да го направи тоа на шега. Кога се соочив со него, ми рече дека не сака да излегува со мене затоа што сум „рамна како даска“ и имам облик на молив. Се надевам дека е добро сега. Лол“, напишала Каси.

ФОТО: Сара е презгодна на Инстаграм, но одлучи да покаже како навистина изгледа

Често сме уморни од Инстаграм совршенствата, па затоа често нѐ радуваат жените и девојкит кои ја покажуваат вистинската слика пред светот, односно ека не е сѐ онака блескаво и „испеглано“ како што главно изгледа.

Една од таквите е и блогерката Сара Пухто од Финска која редовно објавува свои „пред и потоа“ фотографии - односно оние на кои е совршено средена за Инстаграм и на кои вешто позира, оние кои настанале на добро светли и помалку обработените, односно оние вистинските, нефотошопираните кои ја покажуваат во најлошо светло.

Оваа храбра 20-годишна девојка решена е да ги сруши табуата и прерасудите и да му покаже на светот како изгледаат вишок килограми, отеченост, надуеност, целулит, и други недостатоци на неа.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Instagram booty 🌿 Theres such a huge obsession with having a big booty and getting the perfect insta pic nowadays. All these Instagram photos of perfect bums used to make me insecure about mine and felt like I needed to gym like crazy to have one as well. But with majority of these photos it all comes down to posing. I had to sit in the most uncomfortable and unnatural position to get the left photo. Let’s not even get started on the pain of this bikini wedgie. I remember going to the beach and stressing about not looking good in photos or seeing a bad photo and thinking “omg this is the worst thing. I shouldn’t be in a bikini.” But don’t let small things like this get to you. Getting a good insta picture and likes don’t dictate your worth. Getting a specific body type won’t suddenly make you happy. You’ll always find a reason to be unhappy unless you work on appreciating yourself and the body you have now first. You have to realise that you are a person with insecurities like everyone else. Your body is incredible the way it is and we really are our own worst critics. So don’t be so hard on yourself. Don’t change your body. Change the way you look at your body. This is a thing I also have to work on. 🌴☀️ ------------------------------------------ . . . #loveyourbody #selfesteem #lawofattraction #thankyourbody #youareworthit #youareunique #flaws #insecurities

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There’s always certain parts and types of bodies that are idealised and put on a pedestal which makes us dislike certain aspects of ourselves. In photos I constantly suck in my tummy or try and hide it and stick out my booty as much as possible. But why? We’re constantly flooded with photos of “perfection” on social media and see advertisements about ways to change your body to fit a certain idealised body trend. We constantly work on changing our bodies, but why don’t we focus more on changing the way we look at our bodies. Don’t focus on negativity, focus on accepting and loving what you dislike about yourself. You have this body and it allows you to live life. Look at yourself and realise that this is who you are, you are unique, incredible and capable of loving all your quirks. Most of the time we’re harsher on ourselves and our bodies more than anybody else’s. It's hard to remind ourselves that things like tummy rolls, weight gain and bloating are normal things to have and happen to your body. Ignore those thoughts that you have to be or look a certain way. You don’t have to workout like crazy and eat clean in order to wear a bikini on your next holiday to look good in photos, you don’t have to stress about going on a diet to wear certain clothing. Focus that energy on realising that you already are and have what you are trying to achieve because you and your body are already capable of these things, we just have to strip the idea that you have to change your body to achieve these things. We should all allow ourselves to experience life to the fullest without the fear of judgement about our bodies, by ourselves or by others. 🌿 ——————————————————— . . . Picture credit: @ritapuhtophotography . . #mentalhealthawareness #effyourbeautystandards #lovewhoyouare #beconfident #flawsandall #bodypositive #nobodyshame

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Changing the way you see yourself🌿 I used to get so influenced by other people’s comments on my body, by comments and photos I saw all over media about other people’s bodies. It shaped the way I thought about what an “ideal body” was. Yet I never saw my body as “ideal”. There was always something I wanted to change about myself and thought if I changed that I would be happy. I thought my body was wrong and odd. I usually get told my stomach is too bloated looking. My stomach sticks out a lot, it’s just the way it is and I can’t change that. When I relax my body, my tummy just sticks out. Because of this I would always suck in my tummy and pose in certain ways to make it appear smaller. Some people will always have something negative to say, if I relax my body, many people say I’m fat. When I used to post fitness photos people would say I looked better before. When I was younger and didn’t gain weight easily, people would call me too skinny, or tell me to “go eat a burger”. We a have different shapes to our bodies. Just because someone’s body doesn’t look like yours doesn’t mean that it’s ugly or wrong. We keep seeing comments and hearing words that influence the way we see ourselves. They shape the words we say to ourselves and what we eventually believe and see ourselves as. We’re so used to focusing on negativity and letting it rule out all the positivity. We need to stop listening to these negative things. Start only focusing on the positive things, start believing the positive things you tell yourself and learn to love yourself the way you are now. Because even if you change something you don’t like, you’ll always find something else that you want to change. You don’t need to change yourself in any way. Change the way you talk to yourself and the way you view yourself. We are all different and can’t all look the same. There is no one “ideal body”. Your body is perfectly ideal the way it is no matter what anyone says or what the negative thoughts in your head tell you. 🌴☀️ ------------------------------------------ . . . #instagramvsreality #changethewayyouthink #focusonyourself #bodygoals #idealbody #powerofpositivity

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