20 Celebrities Who Are Proud of Their Skin

by Elena Mironova March 10, 2016

Thanks to the raging success of social media, any provoking image of video tends to spread like fire. This is exactly why we see an influx of polished to perfection women complete with flawless skin and toned bodies. However, how much of it is genuine? 10, 20 or 30%? Maybe not even that.

Have you heard of phone apps which can expertly trim your waist, thin your legs or amplify your pout? And no one can tell the difference. 

Despite this major flaw in the society that gives rise to a worldwide concern, there are still some celebrities who are not afraid to show their imperfections, as they know - that's what makes us human.

See their natural beauty here.




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