‘You will never look like an influencer no matter how hard you try’: Aussie beauty blogger gives women some VERY harsh advice as she exposes the tricks behind the perfect picture
- Australian beauty blogger tells followers don’t compare yourself to influencers
- Stephanie Lange explains how celebrities can alter the way they look on camera
- She warned young people that in real life ‘that level of perfection doesn’t exist’
An Australian beauty blogger has opened up about the dangers of women comparing themselves to celebrities online.
Stephanie Lange, originally from New South Wales, told her 1.3 million followers on YouTube that ‘you will never look like an influencer no matter how hard you try’.
The young mum, who now lives in Ireland said, said not even influencers look like their social media posts in real life ‘because that level of perfection does not exist’.
Stephanie Lange (pictured) told her 1.3 million followers on YouTube that ‘you will never look like an influencer no matter how hard you try’
The young mum said not even influencers look like that in real life ‘because that level of perfection does not exist’
‘Influencers and celebrities that we hold in such high regard and we all consider to be so perfect looking… They are regular humans as well with cellulite and belly rolls and bloating and pores and pimples,’ Ms Lange said.
‘That’s nothing to be ashamed of, that’s just part of being a human.’
The make up artist explained how influencers can alter their appearance with perfectly arranged makeup and lighting.
On top of that, Instagram models will often change the way they look digitally with filters and photo editing or even undergo cosmetic surgery.
The Australian beauty YouTuber (pictured) now lives in Ireland and is pictured with a pint of Guinness
One of the most alarming trends according to Ms Lange is that many influencers are photoshopping their waste line to create an unnatural and unattainable look.
‘These influencers and celebrities are also insecure in themselves,’ she said.
‘You’ve got young boys and young girls looking at these images wondering why their waste is big enough to fit their internal organs.’
Ms Lange (pictured) is urging young people not to compare themselves with pictures they see online
Ms Lange is urging young people not to compare themselves with pictures they see online.
‘There’s no point putting these influencers or celebrities up on a pedestal thinking that you can never achieve looking like that… because they actually don’t look like that either,’ Lange explains.
‘They actually look like regular normal girls as well.’
Ms Lange (pictured) now has over 1.3 million followers on YouTube after gaining a fans by posting make-up tutorials
Ms Lange (pictured) said one of the most alarming trends is that many influencers are photoshopping their waste line to create an unnatural and unattainable look