Qui sont ces Instagrameuses qui nous ressemblent ?

Mis à jour le 16 février 2018 par ELLE Belgique
Qui sont ces Instagrameuses qui nous ressemblent ?

Focus sur ces Instagrameuses qui nous inspirent et nous ressemblent. A des femmes fortes qui nous redonnent confiance !

#1 Céleste Barber

Cette comédienne australienne de 34 ans, imite avec brio et humour les poses "trop belles pour être vraies " des stars !

Pourquoi elle nous redonne confiance ? 

1. Parce qu'être 100% fraîche au réveil ou sexy après une soirée arrosée entre amis s'avère plus périlleux et moins glamour que ce que peuvent nous laisser croire certains comptes.... L'actrice nous le prouve via son Instagram qui fait plaisir à parcourir (et qui nous rassure aussi un peu).

2. Céleste Barber assume ses formes, dénonce les clichés avec humour mais surtout, nous montre que les photos de nos idoles sont dans la plupart des cas un leurre. Stop à la culpabilisation, star ou pas, le corps parfait sur une photo parfaite ça n'existe pas en vrai. Et c'est tant mieux !

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#2 Stephanie Rothstein Bruce

Cette maman joggeuse professionnelle lève le voile sur les tabous liés à la maternité. Suite à sa seconde grossesse, elle subit une déchirure abdominale qui laissera des traces indélébiles sur son ventre.

Pourquoi elle nous redonne confiance ?

1. Bien qu'on était loin d'en douter, elle cloue le bec aux mauvaises langues et démontre qu'être mère et athlète de renom, c'est possible ! #girlpower

2. Suite à l'arrivée d'un enfant, chaque femme est témoin des changements corporels causés par la grossesse. Très agacée par les photos "post-maternité" d'icônes canons et hyper sveltes sur Instagram, elle brise le silence et témoigne en images des conséquences réelles d'une grossesse sur le corps d'une femme et sur son moral.

Sur son compte, l'Instagrameuse raconte son expérience de jeune mère, partage ses trucs et astuces pour réapprendre à vivre avec ce "nouveau soi" et surtout à aimer ce que certaines personnes qualifient de défauts.

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#3 Ash Soto

Ash Soto ou "The girl with the world painted on her body" (la fille avec le monde peint sur son corps) est une jeune femme atteinte d'une maladie de la peau. Son combat: être fière de sa différence.

Pourquoi elle nous redonne confiance ?

1. Parce qu'elle assume pleinement sa différence, ce truc en plus qui la rend unique.

2. Parce qu'elle transforme sa particularité en force grâce à l'Art. En effet, Ash met en lumière ses pigmentations pour y représenter la carte du monde, et c'est canon!

Your #vitiligo babe 🍭

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#4 Jess Amyn

Cette américaine nous rappelle que le Yoga n'est pas uniquement destiné aux personnes minces, musclées et ultra-sportives.

Pourquoi elle nous redonne confiance ?

1. Parce qu'elle pointe du doigt les discriminations encore (trop) présentes dans un sport qui se veut spirituel et booste la confiance de centaines de femmes.

2. Parce qu'elle libère les femmes de ces normes "conventionnelles" qui les cadenassent. Elle prône l'acceptation de soi dans un milieu sportif où, selon elle, de nombreux préjugés sont ancrés.

3. Elle motive les femmes à se lancer dans un sport dans lequel elles n'auraient peut-être jamais penser s'investir.

As much as I love my yoga practice, I haven't felt compelled to talk about it lately. Frankly, there are more important things going on this world. I mean, the alleged US president has got y'all lit as fuck right now and it 👏🏾is👏🏾 AMAZING. Legit, so many people that I coulda sworn were worshipping yoga leggings five seconds ago have been out in the streets, both physically and metaphorically. And I'm pretty sure most people are being sincere and NOT doing it for instagram photos. (And if you ARE showing up in the streets purely for the sake of an instagram photo......you know what, lemme not even go there because you know who you are and WE know who you are & that's all that matters.) Anyway, I'm so thrilled to see y'all tuning into the politics of our world. Frankly, that's the only reason I talk about my personal views. I don't care if you think the same things as I do. But it's important to think SOMETHING. This life isn't all about yoga leggings and juice cleanses and beach retreats. And I know my political opinions piss off some of you. That's ok, too- I mean, how could we all have the same opinions about everything? But we spend so much time distracted by our trivial material pursuits that we don't get around to acknowledging our ideological differences. I've witnessed so many feuds since the inauguration, and I'm honestly thrilled about it. We've all spent way too much time pussyfooting around critical issues, and it's important that we blow up on each other from time to time. ANYWAY, I'm here for the revolution. I just hope it doesn't end anytime soon because we have a LONG way to go. (And if you think yoga and politics are unrelated and you wish I would just talk about shit that makes you happy, I would implore you to learn more about yoga before incorrectly assuming that its sole purpose is to make you feel happy.) Throwback to that time I thought it would be a great idea to practice #handstand hops in an icey ass parking lot during NC Snowpocalypse 2017. Photo by bae @zoelitaker Leggings & bra by @additionelle Fingers + toes- @yogapaws

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I’m working with @refinery29 & @lanebryant on The 67% Project & this week I was asked to recount a time when I experienced a negative commentary on my social media posts. But here’s the thing- I think responding to internet trolls is the biggest waste of time. I get plenty of mean and sarcastic comments on my most sensitive and naked (metaphorically and literally) Instagram posts, but why should I waste the prime time of my life being concerned with the insecurities of other people? Furthermore, I’m not bothered or concerned by the fact that there are probably plenty of people who follow me on social media specifically so they can throw shade. I just think it’s pathetic to make fun of people for being fat- who has got time for that? It exhibits an absence of maturity, self-confidence, and self-worth in anyone who goes that route. I’m too busy loving #ThisBody and living my best life to even bother with that cyclone of BS. That’s probably the most important reason we need to #SeeThe67. Fat bodied women are not an anomaly- we’re the norm. And if our bodies were acknowledged as normal and not as that of Godzilla’s ugly stepsister, we might see a decrease in the number of people who feel compelled to shamelessly hate on fat bodied people. Jacket, Dress, & Boots by @lanebryant #ad by @alliemullin

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#5 Bella Younger

La comédienne de 27 ans est une bouffée d'oxygène pour des milliers de femmes. Elle crée une page non pas pour célébrer la "healthy attitude" mais bien la gourmandise.

Pourquoi elle nous redonne confiance ?

1. Elle nous fait totalement déculpabiliser face à nos fringales. Au programme: bonbons, chocolats, gâteaux, chips, sodas, alcool,... . Bref une abondance de mets gras et sucrés.

2. Elle nous fait rire grâce à ces poses audacieuses et ses hashtags ironiques du type #eatclean ou encore #dairyfree.

Il n'y a pas de mal à se faire du bien. A condition de ne pas exagérer des bonnes choses, bien sûr !

 

 

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#6 Milly Smith

Adepte du "Self love club", la jeune femme révèle à quel point les photos de type avant/après sur Instagram peuvent nous tromper et nous complexer ... à tort.

Pourquoi elle nous redonne confiance ?

On a toutes déjà eu ce petit coup de blues en checkant notre feed Instagram. La raison? Le flux quasi permanent de photos avant/après (un régime, un challenge sportif,...) de ces femmes/hommes aux corps "parfaits". Milly démontre à ses followers que de nombreuses illusions d'optiques et poses savamment étudiées  permettent de se mettre en valeur et de "réinventer" notre corps.

Same girl, same day, same time. 💛 Not a before and after. Not a weight loss transformation. Not a diet company promotion. 💛 I am comfortable with my body in both. Neither is more or less worthy. Neither makes me more or less of a human being. Neither invites degrading comments and neither invites sleezy words. 💛 We are so blinded to what a real unposed body looks like and blinded to what beauty is that people would find me less attractive within a 5 second pose switch! How insanely ridiculous is that!? 💛 I love taking these, it helps my mind so much with body dysmorphia and helps me rationalise my negative thoughts. 💛 Don't compare, just live for you. There is no one on this planet who's like you and that's pretty damn amazing don't ya think. The world doesn't need another copy, it needs you. 💛 We are worthy, valid and powerful beyond measure 💙🌟 (If you don't pull your tights up as high as possible are you really human?)

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La même fille, au même moment usant juste de poses et lumière différentes.

Just a same girl, same day, different pose reminder that our bodies look different in different angles and that it's perfectly ok, normal and natural. You don't need to look like anybody else but YOU ❤ 💛 I get asked a lot recently how to start a Bopo insta page as they want confidence. I often come up with nothing because I'm not entirely sure I understand. 💛 Are they asking me how to get started on a journey to self love or just how to start an insta page to get justification that their body is worthy in hope it will bring them self love? 💛 Before I put my photos and words out onto Instagram I started my journey to self love with myself; I mean it's still a very personal journey but I want to share it now and help others too. I took photos and wrote down love notes to my body without showing them to a soul- it was just for my soul and my mind. 💛 Starting an insta page could help you on your journey of course but your motives are what's important- know what they are before starting is my advice. Maybe do it off social media first and get a feel for your journey and what works/doesn't work for you and do it for YOU. Do it for your soul. Your follower count doesn't matter or make you more or less worthy. 10,000 people telling you your pretty wont bring about self love either. It's so much more than that and it starts deep inside yourself not with your aesthetics. Bopo isn't a 'trend'. 💛 It's not about how many you can impress, you need to be impressing yourself. Make yourself proud.

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Bon, et maintenant, si on arrêtait de se complexer inutilement ?

A lire aussi :  "Any Body" le compte Instagram Body Positive qui buzz

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