18 Confident Women That Managed to Beat Their Insecurities and Learned to Love Their Natural Beauty
There are many women who remind themselves and other people that true beauty is diverse. You can be attractive with a crooked nose, imperfect skin, cellulite, stretch marks, and soft belly. The most important thing is to learn loving yourself and accept the appearance of all people.
We at CHEERY enjoyed looking at the photos of charming girls and women that work on themselves and try to accept them for what they are.
“I was skeptical of getting short hair because it’d make my side profile more prominent, but I’m very glad I did. Proud of myself for having the confidence.”
“I love my natural glow. Also love that I don’t care if people see the psoriasis on my legs.”
“Wear the shorts, ladies. And normalize hip dips.”
“Used to hate my wide nose, but once I realized it’s my mom’s nose too, it became my favorite part of my face.”
“One of my biggest insecurities is my hormonal acne, but in the past year, I’ve learned to truly embrace my natural self, no makeup or filters... Just some sunlight and a little smile.”
“Just a selfie, at a restaurant, never a reason to hide my baldness.”
“I have Alopecia Universalis, which causes total loss of hair on my body, and I’ve been completely bald for almost 7 years.”
“Friendly reminder that big is not synonymous with ugly!”
“First time wearing a bikini ever! Every body is a bikini body!”
“4 years doing CGM and longest I’ve ever had it!”
“Finally coming to terms with my skin after years of struggling with acne. Feels good!”
“Normalizing cuteness aggression and grinding my teeth when I get excited.”
“After people telling me for years how embarrassing I am... I’m no longer shaming myself, I’m learning how to be more accepting of who I am.”
“I used to struggle with comparing myself to more physically fit girls, but I’ve started accepting my curves.”
“I’ve always been extremely insecure about my wide nose, but I’m learning how to love it.”
“3 years ago, I absolutely hated this photo, and now I can’t imagine why.”
“No makeup with rosacea. My skin is my biggest insecurity and makeup helps me to feel better but also will never solve my self-esteem issues. Trying to not wear makeup for a month!”
“I used to hate my smile, got made fun of for my teeth. I’m stepping out of my comfort zone to help my confidence.”
“I cancelled my rhinoplasty consultation.”
“After years of struggling with my self-esteem due to my hair being so thin and my bald patches showing, I decided to take the plunge and get rid of that which made me so unhappy.”
What things about your appearance did you not like before, but managed to accept?