As we’ve entered a new year and a new era for yourself, create goals that seem impossible and achieve goals that people once said you will never reach. It’s not about having something to prove to anybody, it’s about proving to yourself that you can do it. We have all been down in the dumps at times plus felt demotivated to do things, but life doesn’t end there, it carries on. Whether you’re an aspiring model/plus model, yoga teacher, writer, filmmaker, engineer, scientist, accountant, fitness instructor; the list goes on, take that leap. See the vision in your mind, take the required action and if things aren’t working out then re-evaluate and try again.

Paloma Elesser for Nike Sports


Love one another as you love yourself, if you don’t feel like you love yourself then look into ways that can make you feel better: meditation, yoga, reading, talking with loved ones, working out, going for a walk, listening to your favourite music and letting go are some of the things you can do to make your day feel better. One step at a time is the mantra, one day at a time is the aim, so keep your eyes on the prize.

Even though I am writing this article, it doesn’t mean that I live a very happy and everyday cheerful life because that’s not the reality of it. Sometimes I feel just like you, down in the dumps with the “What’s the point,” attitude, demotivated for days or even weeks, feeling like nothing is moving and that I’m forever stagnant, however, I still manage to get through and reach out to people like you by writing a positive article. All I’m doing is trying to prove from my own experience that the depressive feeling diminishes over time because time is a great healer. Old cliché? Yes, but it happens.

So pick yourself up on where you left off — especially to the plus size women out there, slay in every great way as possible, because we can all make a huge difference. 2017 is the year to feel assured more than ever, and to live in high spirits as much as we can.

Written by: Justin J. White

The pictures are from Nike Sports campaign promoting their first plus size line. It features Muse Management model Paloma Elesser.



I just finished my daily celebrity news check-up. I have no special news about a plus size model, but I already saw some Christmas pictures of celebrities. I know tomorrow we will see a lot more, but for us I want to do something different.

Since plus size women are our celebrities, I want to have our own Christmas special; but with our followers on Instagram. We get tagged in pictures each day and I found a lot of them perfectly fitting for this feature.

Check out the best Instagram posts for the ‘CURVES ROCK CHRISTMAS’ special below:

💃🏽🎄Sharing some of my favorite Christmas outfits from this season by @pigtailsandpirates @theoblongboxshop @heartofhaute @pinupgirlclothing @hellbunnyofficial @steadyclothing 🎄💃🏽 – – All pics by my sweet hubby @garyzface – – #pinup #curvy #1950s #rockabella #rockabilly #curves #pinupgirl #vintage #vintagestyle #doll #pinupchristmas #pinupgirlclothing #ootd #retrostyle #vintagemodel #modernpinup #pinupgirlstyle #fashion #christmas #fashionblogger #christmaspinup #pinupmodel #photography #hautehoney #classicpinup #midcenturymodern #vintagechristmas #aluminumtree #bichon #christmasjumper @ratrodz_n_pinups @garagepinups @la_vida_rockabilly @thepurepinup @pinupdamesanddolls @thepinupbible @pinupworship

A photo posted by Yasmina Greco (@crazy4me) on

On Tuesdays we wear red. #meangirls ❤️

A video posted by Your Big Sister's Closet (@bigsiscloset) on

You, Me And Friends weekend in SF x FTF 💛💛💛 #youmeandfriends #ftf #ftfselfie

A photo posted by Coco Marie (@cocoscurvycloset) on

Last years publication in Tres Jolie Magazine #nativemodel#empower#plusmodel#Christmas

A photo posted by DesireeTheModel (@nativeactress) on

Un'associazione nel cuore ❤. #ilsognodichiara #love #smile #loveyourself #love #cute

A photo posted by Paola Torrente (@paola_torrentereal) on

Merry Christmas Eve Eve my darlings… 'Tis the season to embrace being the glamorous queen that you are! I know I am! I'm here, embodying the essance of an old Hollywood starlet, lounging in furs while feeling unapologetically sexy and pushing the boundaries of classic beauty. 🙂 I hope everyone has a beautiful, happy and safe holiday weekend.. oh and don't forget to 'sleigh' 😉 xx lingerie from @torridfashion xx #effyourbeautystandards #celebratemysize #bigandblunt #plussize #plussizefashion #fatshion #plussizemodel #model #faithplusfashion #fullfigured #ootd #psootd #psblogger #blogger #lingerie #boudoir #styleandcurvemag #fatkini #plussizestyle #curvystyle #goldenconfidence #seethe67 #bodypositive #selflove #slay #iamallwoman #sweepstakes #luxurious #torrid #justgivemetorrid

A photo posted by Faith (@faith_plusfashion) on

SPARKLE AND SLEiGH✨🎁🖤 This holiday season🥀❄️🔥 Dress from @forever21plus @forever21

A photo posted by In•koi•yo🇳🇬 (@_nkoyo) on

Vestido by @xzmodafeminina que vc encontra na @rosachoqueac1 ♡

A photo posted by Babi Monteiro oficial😗 (@barbramonteiro) on

Tomorrow is a special blog post because it's my birthday tomorrow…. yes I am a Christmas Baby! Stay tuned for all the details on this cute little number from @wegotcurves (use coupon code SARAHTJOURNEY for 15% off). Photos by @craveboudoir. Hair by @xpression_the_salon. Lace bra by @theashleygraham from @additionelle . #psootd #psstyle #psfashion #psblogger #plussizestyle #plussizefashion #plussizeblogger #plussizebeauties #torontostyle #torontoblogger #celebratemysize #christmas #daretowear #boldncurvy #lingerie #ownyourcurves #fullfigured #fullfigured_fashion #fashionforwardplus #stylefilesplus #styleinfluencer #styleissizeless #bodypositive #bodydiversity #thickgirlzrock #goldenconfidence #effyourbeautystandards #myphotoinvogue

A photo posted by Sarah Taylor (@sarahtaylorsjourney) on

And that was it – FOR NOW! 🙂 Maybe I can add more tomorrow, if I see good pictures.

I would also like to show you what I myself wore last year for Christmas. It was the dress below, but without the hat. I made the pictures with the hat, because I wore the same outfit in January for an fashion event in Paris.


My look was inspired by cardinal Thomas Wolsey from the TV show ‘The Tudors’, because I just felt in love with cardinal robes. 😀 Which outfit I will wear this year, will be revealed online soon.

I am wishing you a very happy christmas time with your loved ones.

Lyz Lupo


Glamour in the dark


What is in the darkness can still be elegant, beautiful; the light that shines in the dark is always seen by someone else even if you cannot see it for yourself. You may feel in complete utter darkness; your heart may feel as if it’s being pinched by a thousand needles when you feel like the black cloud is hovering over you. But that’s not what we all see, that’s not what every outsider sees in the darkness.7



Your light shines bright like a lighthouse seen from miles away offshore. If we can see it from the outside, then you can see it from the inside. You just need to look deep enough, not just from your reflection but by quieting your mind to listen to your inner voice. That’s called intuition, your guide that lets you know who you are and how loved you are even if you cannot see it.


Sometimes you’ll feel like you’ve been down for a lifetime, but there are those around you in the dark to also keep you in check. And people still love you in the shadows of depths, even if it’s not evident in the physical, someplace, somewhere, someone does. So in the darkness always reflect because outsiders see a different picture. There is always space to breathe even when the water is up to your neck, for you won’t drown in the deep end but learn to thrive from when you’re deep in the dark.

  • You may see your darkness as evil, on the flipside we see bright light.
  • Your heart may feel painful and hollow, but we see love and depth.
  • Your life may feel rotten, but we feel hope and faith.
  • Your head may hurt from the critical negativity about yourself, but we think positivity.
  • Your ears may hear hostility, but we hear unity.
  • Your mouth may say no, but we say hunger kills you slowly.
  • Your stomach may feel full in the reality of emptiness, but we say to enjoy your meal.
  • Your world may seem despondent, but we recall exultant.




Darkness is just the absence of light. What shall be within your heart is only a point of view, so if you feel darkness inside; an empty feeling of love, just know we are here to love you just like we love everybody else.

Written by: Justin J. White

Model: Lyz Lupo
Fanpage: Wolkenmädchen
Photographer: JRM Photographie
Special thanks to Cheksography


What does this word mean? How do you apply it to yourself, your life, and the people around you? This word that you utter underneath your breath always kick starts your brain and dwells in the subconscious as to the way you go about your everyday life, and what things mean to you whether it’s material, emotional, spiritual or physical. But I am assuming when you think of the word “Value,” the first thing you will do is either apply it to yourself, and if not yourself then someone else or a physical object. Value does not always apply to money, but more about what is this particular thing or person worth. Is it worth your time? Do you benefit from what it is worth? All of these questions are relevant to what you bring fourth to your personality and characteristics. However, people may value themselves at a very low standard and there are many different reasons for this such as,

  • Financial situations – being poverty driven.
  • Previous relationships – suffering from physical or mental abuse.
  • The opinion of others – autosuggestion (self-acceptance of an opinion triggered by others).
  • Educational background – being illiterate or not being able to finance your education.

The list goes on, and whatever the problem is do not lower your-self value. Everyone is important, everyone makes a difference and impacts someone else’s life one way or the other; it could be to leave a positive mark or learn something from a negative situation. Depending on the situation can change the way you see yourself and others but do not let something negative allow you to see yourself in a negative light. Believe and you can achieve, make room for improvement but cease the negative thoughts that feed more negative thoughts.

Finally, give credit to yourself because sometimes, you are the only one who can pat yourself on your back. And at times, there’s nothing wrong with blowing your own horn.    

Written by: Justin J. White



Today was a very sad day for Style & Curve. Everyday, I post pictures of plus size models on Facebook, but today Facebook started to restrict the visibility of those pictures. No one has reported my page, because no picture was removed by Facebook. I also have no information as to why they need to restrict my picture posts, plus, most of all, I see no violation of any Facebook rules at all. All models shared wear at least underwear, swimwear or dresses. We show no vulgar picture and if we share images of plus size models wearing only lace and no bra, then I can asure Facebook that those pictures are edited. No model nor photographer that we share wants problem with Facebook about free nip***! We are a page who takes care of what we share, because we are a magazine that offers online promotion for plus size models or brands and that wants to improve the self esteem of our plus size fans. Vulgar nudity is not welcome on our page!


Therefore I don’t understand why the picture posts are restricted. Previously I’ve shared images of Eva Believer plus Daniela Sesay, and Facebook started to restrict them, but I removed them myself. Today I shared the plus size models Laura Lee, Morgan Louise, Myself (@lyzlupo) and the same picture of Eva Believer again, but all of these posts got NO LIKES. Forthermore, only 20 – 30 people were able to see these posts. All 4 picture posts are restricted and I have no clue why! This looks to me like we are getting body shamed by facebook.

Since Facebook was not showing my posts, I used my Instagram account @styleandcurve to publish my thoughts as you can see below.

Here I thought everything was still ok:

#LoveYourBody with @misslauraleej : "I love every inch of me!" That includes my belly, my cellulite, rolls, stretch marks, scars, EVERYTHING! Now look in that mirror and see all the beauty we see in you. Stop being your worst enemy, stop looking for flaws, love yourself, say I AM BEAUTIFUL because you are. Believe in you and stop hiding. If you want to lose weight or gain it, then do it. But never let words of others dull your sparkle, BE YOU.' #UNTOUCHED #UNPHOTOSHOPPED #StyleAndCurveMag #styleandcurve #celluliteandall #honormycurves #lifethrowscurves #effyourbeautystandards #goldenconfidence #allaboutthatcurvylife #denim #bodysuit Photographer | @desbasphotography HMUA | @rebeccalballister #TagsForLikes #followme #follow4follow #like4like #follow #likes4likes #likeforlike #likeforfollow #style #claimyourcurvesarebeYOUtiful #fashion #loveyourbody #loveyourself #kimkardashian #kyliejenner #selenagomez @instylemagazine @glamourmag @buzzfeedstyle @yahoostyle

A photo posted by STYLE&CURVE MAG (@styleandcurve) on

But then I realized quickly that something is wrong on facebook since I got no likes at all. These are the words I used to show the unfairness done by Facebook:

I gotta give #facebook something sexy to work with today. They restricted the views of 3 pictures that I posted today already of plus size women. This is not the first time this happened to us, but now I want strike back! #restrictedposts Model: @moloweez Photo: @i.mays #StyleAndCurveMag #styleandcurve #plussize #plussizeoutfit #celebratemysize #honormycurves #effyourbeautystandards #goldenconfidence #TagsForLikes #tagstagramers #followme #follow4follow #like4like #follow #likes4likes #likeforlike #likeforfollow #style #claimyourcurvesarebeYOUtiful #fashion #loveyourbody #loveyourself #kimkardashian #kyliejenner #selenagomez @instyleuk @dailymail @cosmopolitan @instylemagazine @glamourmag @buzzfeedstyle @yahoostyle

A photo posted by STYLE&CURVE MAG (@styleandcurve) on

Dear @zuck from @facebook, why do you restrict the views of my picture posts? What did I do wrong? I don't promote porn, because I don't show nude t*** and a***. I only promote curvy women. Why do you restrict the views on these beautiful women? I am treated by you like a criminal for reasons I don't even understand. Is someone reporting my page for nudity or other reasons? Then why don't you inform me about those reports? All you do instead is restricting the views of my picture posts. I have to inform you that what you do on our Facebook Page looks like #bodyshaming, because you only restrict the posts of #plussizewomen. All the other posts are visible still. I think this is a very unfair! With this you do not only make me angry, but also models like, @misslauraleej, @eva_believer and @moloweez, because they are the models I shared today. I am not going to stay quite now. I will make your cruel treatment public now. Kind regards, @lyzlupo from @styleandcurve magazine. #StyleAndCurveMag #styleandcurve #plussize #celebratemysize #honormycurves #effyourbeautystandards #goldenconfidence #TagsForLikes #tagstagramers #followme #follow4follow #like4like #follow #likes4likes #likeforlike #likeforfollow #claimyourcurvesarebeYOUtiful #loveyourbody #loveyourself #kimkardashian #kyliejenner #selenagomez @huffpostde @dailymail @buzzfeed

A photo posted by STYLE&CURVE MAG (@styleandcurve) on

This is a picture I shared on #facebook 8 hours ago and it got NO LIKES at all. This is not normal when you would expect between 150-200 likes at least. I have no explanation from @zuck and @facebook as to why they needed to restrict the visibility on Facebook only restricted the views of posts with plus size models. All other posts and reposts are still visible. I think this discrimination of plus size women done by facebook has to stop! If you agree with me then #repost this. Furthermore, I am writing right now also an article about this incident with the prove of the restriction. Kind regards @lyzlupo from @styleandcurve. Model: @eva_believer For @deliciousdollsmagazine Photography: Teri V Photography Lingerie: New Look

A photo posted by STYLE&CURVE MAG (@styleandcurve) on

#STYLEANDCURVE WON'T POST THIS WEEKEND OR EVEN THE DAYS AFTER! Due to some problems with #facebook I decided to not post anything anymore here until the issue is not cleared. The only thing that will follow is an article about facebook on our website tomorrow, because I refuse to accept the discrimination of facebook regarding #PLUSSIZEWOMEN! @lyzlupo #StyleAndCurveMag #styleandcurve #plussize #plussizeoutfit #celebratemysize #honormycurves #effyourbeautystandards #goldenconfidence #TagsForLikes #tagstagramers #followme #follow4follow #like4like #follow #likes4likes #likeforlike #likeforfollow #style #claimyourcurvesarebeYOUtiful #fashion #loveyourbody #loveyourself #kimkardashian #kyliejenner #selenagomez @instyleuk @dailymail @cosmopolitan @instylemagazine @glamourmag @buzzfeedstyle @yahoostyle

A photo posted by STYLE&CURVE MAG (@styleandcurve) on

This tactic of Facebook to restrict the visibility is unfair and discriminating, because they only blocked the view of the posts of plus size models. All other posts and reposts are still visible as usual. What Facebook makes looks like #bodyshaming! It hasn’t only happened to my picture, but also to the posts of the other models, therefore I made screenshots to document their treatment. Find the files below:

facebook restriction-horz-vert

Now, I could either calm down about this, ignore it and just keep on posting as usuall. Unfortunately, this is not why I became active in the plus size community. I want to achieve a change, I want to stop the discrimination on plus size women on social media. I know there are many more plus size women who have suffered from this and I know how they feel, because this is when all the insecurities about our bodies come back. In my case, as the owner of a magazine that works hard on promoting plus size models and improving the self esteem of our plus size fans, it feels like a slap in the face to see that I can post as much as I want to, but no one will see it. To me this looks indeed like cyberbullying and body shaming towards plus size women, done by facebook directly. I am very hurt and dissapointed by Facebook. I wished they would comment on this and explain at least what I did wrong. I know I did not do anything legally wrong, so therefore this treatment is cruel. It hurts my heart to see how my work is getting treated, while there are so many pages out there that show content that shouldn’t even be made public. This is not freedom of speech anymore!


Unfortunatly, this is not the first time social media pages were bodyshaming plus size women.


Even the famous plus size model Tess Holliday experienced such treatment when a picture of her was removed by Facebook, because it was violating its ‘health and fitness’ advertising policy. Read more here:
And it did not only happen on Facebook, but on Instagram too, when this picture of the inspiring Aarti Dubey from Curves Become Her was removed. According to Instagram it was done ‘accidently,’ but the hurt was done already. Read more about this here:


‘Tess Holliday was blocked from Facebook for calling out her harassers’ – Article by



‘Plus-size model Tess Holliday says she’s been blocked from her own Facebook account for the past four days.

According to the model, the block happened after she posted screenshots of harassing messages she’d received on the platform. 

She says she initially posted the screenshots to Facebook both for awareness of social media bullying and because Facebook doesn’t do enough to help stop it.

“This time it really upset me because they banned the person getting abused [Holliday], which clearly shows that they just block anyone whose image gets reported instead of looking into it … I honestly just think that if they’re going to take such initiatives against bullying and harassment then they really need to do their due diligence,” she said.’


The sad truth is that although I thought the restriction is finally over, I had to realize this morning that it is still active. I shared this link on my fanpage and I got no more likes, nor comments. Then I shared the link of this article on my profile page already 3 x times yesterday night and 2 x again this morning, but everytime I got the notification that something didn’t work out correctly and that the posting was not successful. I made then a screenshot of my post of this article on my fanpage for Style & Curve shared it on my profile and on the fanpage and all of the sudden it can be seen. This made me realize that facebook is now blocking me from even posting my website link.

So again I had to go to Instagram to make it public:

I wrote the article about the restriction by Facebook (LINK IN BIO or below), but now this article is hidden on the FANPAGE. Plus everytime I shared it on my Facebook profile page, they remove it within 5 seconds. I don't know what to do anymore. I am deeply saddened about this. This is like online prison. 😢😢😢 And @zuck from @facebook, I still don't know why you treat my page #styleandcurve on Facebook like this. There are stars who share their nipples freely and they have no problem at all, but when I share #plussizemodels you need to restrict the views? Why? Am I promoting terrible ugly monsters? Am I a dangerous criminal when I promote #plussizewomen? Am I a devilish person that has to be hidden from the world? What is wrong with my pages on #facebook? Why do you need to use tools that look like #bodyshaming on my online magazine and my own profile? LINK:

A photo posted by STYLE&CURVE MAG (@styleandcurve) on


We the admins can’t see our own posts on the @styleandcurve page anymore. We can’t make our own picture posts anymore. Even links posted from our website are getting restricted by FB.
This is why I had to create these 4 new pages. I hoped they accept posts shared from these pages and it worked so far today.
The 4 new pages are:

This kind of treatment is something I would expect for a page that shares porn or related things, but not for a body positive online magazine. The incident on my page and on Tess Holliday’s page makes me wonder if there are more plus size pages who suffer from this restriction right now?

All I want to do is to help plus size women to become more confident. Nothing more! I dont even share heavy BBWs, althought I should also think of them. But everytime I did this, Facebook remove it cause someone reported it.

I really hope this prejudice is over soon and that I get an answer for all of this.

I am emotionally so much down and I can’t take it any longer.

Kind regards from the dissapointed admins,

Lyz Lupo and Norman Spee.




Iskra Lawrence embarks on an incredible journey to help the lives of others, proceeding with the courage to spread the word and make a difference around the world. And those lives consist of those who fall victim to eating disorders:

Anorexia nervosa – When someone begins to starve themselves or is exercising excessively to lose weight. Enabling them to keep their weight as low as possible.

Bulimia – When someone deliberately makes themselves vomit after eating food to control their weight. Additionally, they will binge eat and repeat the process over and over again, even to the point where they may use medication to empty their bowels.

Binge eating disorder (BED) – When a person forces themselves to overeat, usually, within a short space of time.

Approximately 30 million people in the USA suffer from eating disorders, that’s roughly 20 million women and 10 million men, and there are serious consequences amongst these issues. Also, there are over 1.6 million people in the UK that eating disorders affect and it is highly likely that this number is nowhere near accurate (underestimated). And worldwide, approximately 70 million suffer individually. People from all walks of life suffer from these terrible mental illnesses, and that is from one side of the spectrum, all the way to the other side can suffer from the same illness like Bulimia. What causes these are more complex than just social pressure.

So if you have an eating disorder, be assured that there’s help out there one way or the other, there are so many people and organisations to reach out to. There are many people who care about your problems than you think; Iskra Lawrence being one of them who supports and is speaking on behalf of NEDA (National Eating Disorder Association), and she’s not only bringing herself but she’s bringing an entourage, who will walk with her to raise funds and awareness to tackle these mental illnesses. All around the world there is help but we can only seek help by taking action, and that means even if you’re locked away from the world, try to send an email, go onto google and search the nearest place in your region who deals with eating disorders. You can even go onto social media platforms and contact an organisation from there who will direct you to the appropriate firm in your area.

So who’s joining Iskra on October 2nd? I hope you are because this is a stepping stone for those who wish to overcome the hardship of the cycle and influence others to head in the right direction. For those who speak out on this issue but feel as if they’ve made no progress, believe me, some who are suffering are listening.

Where there is a sense of defeat, lies a sense of hope.
Where there is a sense of no reach, lies a sense of outreach.
When the voice is quiet, inside is a scream.
We can fight together, to overcome these false beings. – Justin J. White

Written by: Justin J. White

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Bullying and hating thyself: Let the truth be told

Bullying and self-hate is a very sensitive topic to handle no matter what age you are. You may find that it applies to teenagers the most but it’s worth mentioning that adults experience this from time to time. Everyone is battling demons within, and so without, even the bullies themselves are struggling to get through their day-to-day major issues, causing them to throw their negativity onto specific people around them.

It may be something you’re experiencing due to your weight; a specific condition you have or the way you look. But I can tell you that even the person you regard as one of the prettiest people around feel that they have flaws within themselves, whether that’s in their body or facial features. So don’t be so hard on yourself.

Below is a statement from Dana Falsetti, an important one which proves that many people are experiencing bullying and self-hatred which also stems from bullying too.

Wednesday 27th of April 2016

“I get emails every week from teenage girls who are being severely bullied, called terrible names, made to feel lesser because of how they look.

I get emails from women 50+ who are just starting to understand that they are allowed to be kind to themselves.

I get emails from men who are experiencing the same.

Most tell me they’re depressed and just trying not hate themselves. Looking for guidance and assurance that they are worthy as they are. We spend so much time trying to be what everybody else needs us to be that we can get lost along the way. But you have the authority, we all do, to be free from that burden.

What’s more – you may feel isolated in your sadness or pain, but you are not. I’ve come to realize more than ever that we all experience pain and loss and hurt just the same. In fact, that kind of darkness or emptiness is what brings many of us to the practice. There is somebody else who feels alone for the exact same reason you do. I felt so alone in my misery until I shared it openly here, and saw that thousands of you felt the same. So now I share all the love I have to give and hope that it will continue to spread.

As one of my friends said earlier, our superpower is love. I believe that wholeheartedly, and I believe it needs to come from within, from a place of love for yourself. This is just one of the reasons I practice. Asana literally means seat. If I can sit with myself in the most challenging moments on my mat, if I can have a home in my body no matter what is going on outside of it, I am ready for anything. Don’t fight those uncomfortable moments. They’re teaching you how to live. How to be ready to embrace the truth, that we all have the power to turn off the voices that tell us we’re not enough, and just be.”


Photo by: Cheyenne Gil

I love the words of Dana, it teaches you not to give control to those who call you names because of the way you look, that you cannot please everyone and that is true for each and every one of us on this planet. There is always someone you can relate to and talk to, there is always someone who has been through the exact or similar scenario that you have been through that walks amongst you with confidence which was once invisible to many. So whenever you feel down in the dumps, I encourage you not to be afraid to pour your heart out to someone, especially those who are close to you, and if there is no one close to you then reach out with a private message on social media to someone who’s indirectly defending your battles. Just like those who have reached out to Dana.

Guidance is everywhere — look all around you, the direction to head towards has been in front of you all along. Love is endless, a click on a few buttons to reach out is close by; many love you, so don’t feel belittled by the minority that speak with miserable judgement. Instead, look at yourself and think about all of the good things you have about yourself, because I can be sure that most people lean towards finding more bad things about themselves when really and truly they have many good things to say.

With all this, life will be much brighter. You could be male or female, transgender or transsexual, twelve or sixty, chubby or skinny — it doesn’t matter, because you’re not the only one, plus there is no definition which supports what is “Normal,” or beautiful. It’s just……………………


Written by: Justin J. White

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‘One day when I came home from work, my wife was waiting for me in the living room with that certain look on her face. She wore a new white bustier, a miniskirt and her favourite heels. I was the happiest man on earth, but I didn’t know the reason for this pleasant surprise. I asked her: “What’s wrong? What did you do? What did I do? Why do I deserve this look?” My wife came up to me, hugged me and then kissed me tenderly. Then she said: “I had a meeting today in the office. I sat next to the most beautiful woman in our office. She is a former model and works now as the executive secretary. We all envy her for her beauty. But during the meeting she asked me if one can see her rolls in the back when she sits. I said no and that she looks great. But she kept asking and then I asked back why she is so insecure. She said that her boyfriend left her last week, because she got fat. She was a size 4 when she met him and now she is a size 8. She said she is trying hard to lose weight to get him back, but she hopes that he will stop harassing her for her bigger body. I told her that I am a size 12/14. I have breasts, hips and a butt, but my husband never complained about my body weight. He may not be saying that I am beautiful every day, but when we go out he always makes me believe that I am the most beautiful girl in the world. Plus, he never ever complained about my body, my tiger stripes or my back rolls. Also when I start to complain about my body, then he tells me that I am the most beautiful woman in this world and that he doesn’t deserve me, so I give up complaining. You should forget your ex-boyfriend, because he can never make you happy. You are still very beautiful and now with a size 8 you look even better with your curvier body. Find a man who thinks you are beautiful no matter what size you have and he will help you to love yourself more.” The husband smiled and kissed his wife back holding her close with his arms.

This is just a story that I made up, but it’s true for so many insecure women out there. It doesn’t matter if the insecure woman on the story is a former model who just gained a little weight or if it is a woman with a size 20 fighting hard to lose weight to fit in a superficial society. In these times where are thought by the media that only thin woman are beautiful, we need to make woman of all sizes believe that they also have a right to be happy.

We from Style & Curve Mag do this online and we made empower plus size women our agenda, but you men at home can do this in daily life too. As soon as you see your wife being angry about herself and her appearance, you need to stop her and ensure her that she looks great. And if she still doesn’t believe you then show her the page of Style & Curve Mag, we show women of all sizes and can help you also.

Here is a great example of our fan Michael:

‘Your page…and other like it…have done more for a woman’s self esteem and mainstream embracing of natural and real sizes then any book, seminar or celebrity infomercial. My wife loves your page and it has allowed her to see herself as beautiful as I have always seen her. She shares these pages and images with me because she feels a) “I am just as beautiful as they are” and b) “you think I am just as beautiful as they are”. The anonymous nature of the Internet causes even the shyest of individuals to become a brazen, vulgar, narcissist. The Internet is full of mis-truths, misconceptions and misunderstandings….but it is also a source of knowledge, understanding and wisdom. Thanks to you choosing to show the world how life, body and beauty really is and should be my wife has finally come to believe that she is normal, that she is beautiful…and most importantly…come to believe in herself.

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A grateful admirer.’

If you also know such an insecure woman, then share this story with her and show her the truth. We are all beautiful!

Thank you to Joby Bach for providing us with the pictures for this post:

Model & Stylist Joby Bach
Now represented by NEXT Models Canada and Dorothy Combs Models
Shot by Jeremy Bobrow Photography
Hair Catherine Lavoie
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Retoucher Patrick Lavoie


I hope you all understand now why it is so important to motivate others and never forget to #loveyourself and to #loveyourbody.

Kind regards,

Lyz Lupo


A new month started already, but I still want to recap the last two weeks on Instagram for  our Selfie spcecial. Here are my favorite snaps/ chats:

Rosie Mercado

It’s a selfie video where she talks to the people criticising her for not being #plussize anymore. Here is her responce:

Lexy Lu


Joby Bach


Little sneak peek of my PROMO ,shot last week 25/04/16 #JobyBach #Curves #DreamTeamProduction #Promo @curvy_women_are_the_best

A photo posted by I am Joby Bach TheGrandPhoenix (@jobybach) on

Selini Angelini

Too how for you? Come on, you can handle her pictures….

When someone hot starting follow me part 2🔥😂 #bnw #fotd #portrait #black

A photo posted by -Selini Angelini- (@seliniangelini) on

Hunter McGrady


Meetings. 😼👊🏼

A photo posted by Hunter McGrady (@huntermcgrady) on

Tamara Unterschuetz

Well, I could rather use a #Macaron, but a cupcake will also be fine. 😉

When people think you're healthy but you know you got a cupcake hiding in that box..#fatkidstatus #omnomnom

A photo posted by Tamara Unterschuetz (@tamtam_0219) on

Tess Holliday

Talking about the struggle to be pregant and plus size…


Having another baby has been a beautiful process & at times, frustrating. As I enter my 8th month, my body overall looks the same other than my belly & I'm okay with that. What I've had to be learn to be okay with (WHICH IS NOT COOL) is the fact that people still think it's okay to comment on my body: "you don't look pregnant", "you must be have quadruplets", "you are putting your baby at risk" & a slew of other uneducated statements that are very far from my reality 🙄. When "celebrities" are pregnant in the press, they look glamorous, toned & are eager to talk about how they are going to get the baby weight off. While I've done my best to look as put together as possible, that's not real life, & it's not for most women. I'm not the first plus size woman in the public eye to have a baby & share it with the world, & I certainly won't be the last. However I'm part of a small minority that's telling you it's okay to not have a perfect baby bump, or not show at all, to be plus size & have a healthy child, & most importantly to find a care provider that doesn't shame you about your size. It's also okay to tell someone to fuck off when they give you unsolicited advice about what's "best" for you & your baby. As women, we know what's best & that's our business.. No one else's. 👑 #effyourbeautystandards #theresnowrongwaytobeawoman #32weeks #babyhollidayontheway

A photo posted by Plus Model | Mom | Feminist🌹 (@tessholliday) on

Fluvia Lacerda

#MommyAndMe <3


A photo posted by ✨Fluvia Lacerda✨ (@fluvialacerda) on

Ana Garcia


Love it!! @makeubyraizamontes

A photo posted by Ana Garcia (@anagplus) on

Laura Lee

Showing us how to rock white jeans pants.

Ashley Alexiss

Curvy beauty with brains.

Iskra Lawrence

I need this, just because it was so cold last week in Germany and I got sick. Let me dream….

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Always remember to #LoveYourself & to #LoveYourBody.

Lyz Lupo




Yesterday, Joby Bach shared our funny Plus-Size Victoria’s Secret post and one guy commented:

why u promote obesity ? and tell girls that being FAT is oke?

His comment made me very angry, so I commented to it and asked him to not write stuff like that. But he didn’t stop:

Obesity killlllsssss people ! being curvy is cool but FAT kills you and when people promot and tell giirls to stay and be how you look(even of you are FAT is not helping girls but kill them

”’You need to tell a fat women to first start to love herself and then if she truly loves herself then she realizes that she needs to loose weight”’ this is here AMERICAN logic that no one can’t understand.. if i tell girls that being SKINNY as hell is oke .. or in other words : love how you look because evry size is oke.. .. they will understnd that its oke to be skinny as hell or if i suport bigg huge bodybulders that take roids for years is also a whong way !. if fat girls read and look at famous people(what amerikans really love..) and see that they telling them that being in every size is beateful they will NOT understand that being fat and heavy is a bigg big problem… they will eat thesame and wil stay fat becasue famous people telling them that the ”angry world” need to accept that being FAT or VEry skinny is a normal thing!. i m trainer and loss fat specialsit and cant see that insane USA paranoid about feminism,black lifes matters and being fat is oke becaue ”be who you are” !

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I was just thinking on this day, how my life was as an insecure teen and the amount of times I’ve heard ‘you should lose weight – you are too fat’.  People like this man are responsible for the insecurities of so many young girls out there. Do you fat shamers ever wonder how much you hurt others with your words? Does it give you a kick to do this? Did your boss or your girlfriend make you angry for you to blame ‘fat’ women for it? THIS HAS TO STOP!

I also asked our new contributor Justin J. White to comment this. He is a published writer and a personal trainer. Here is his comment:

‘As a personal trainer myself, one should approach these situations with precaution and analyse the meaning of the picture in order to avoid insulting many plus-size people across the platform. Sometimes, when living on the other side of life, you need to put yourself in another person’s shoes, and if this cannot be done then one should cease those type of comments and maybe ask for clarification.’ ~ Justin J. White

We are not promoting obesity, we are simply raising awareness for Plus-Size women. What could be so wrong about that?
And what is so bad about celebrating Plus-Size women? In fact, I think we need to celebrate them even more. The young and insecure girls need to gain confidence, and a great way to celebrate curves, are through beauty pageants, for instance, the Ms. Full-Figured beauty pageant show. The contestants from this year look so pretty in their dresses. So why is it bad to promote them?
We should celebrate all bodies and all people and believe that you don’t gain anything in life from bullying and hatred. SPREAD LOVE! Because in the end, is it not the personality that matters?

Enjoy the Plus-Size Ladies from the Ms. Full-Figured 2016 show below:

All beauty pageant pictures provided by Rjonesphotography. If you want to book him for an event, write to RJONESPHOTOGRAPHY1@GMAIL.COM.

Always remember to #LoveYourself & to #LoveYourBody.

Lyz Lupo


I saw a few tutorials already about Adele‘s famous eyeliner look and how to recreate it, but this one must be the best. Not only because the model looks similiar to Adele, but also because it’s her own makeup artist who shows us his tricks. Adele is one of the most famous and successful singers of our time and she used bigger eyeliners since her first video. This became her signature look and I totally love it. It is just so difficult for me to recreate it, but I must say this video below helped me a lot.

This video was published on the Youtube channel of makeup artist Lisa Eldridge. She asked Adele’s makeup artist Michael Ashton to do a video for her fans and luckily he agreed.

I hope you liked the video and the picture gallerie of Adele.

And if you didn’t get Adele’s album yet, then do it now through this link.

Always remember to #LoveYourself & to #LoveYourBody.

Lyz Lupo


Cover Pic Info: Picture shows Adele’s Album Cover


Hey everybody, since I love Instagram so much I thought about also showing you the selfies I liked this week. Now we all know that selfies have to be done by yourself and not by a photographer. But that doesn’t mean you only need to make selfies with you alone. So a group selfie is also ok for us. I want to share a post like this every week or every two weeks, depending on the time I have for this. But as you can see these posts will not contain a lot of texts. So let’s not write too much now and just present you all the great women I liked on IG this week. 😉

Hunter McGrady – #curvysexycool

New favorite body suit from @boohoo @boohoousa 🙏🏼❤️

A photo posted by Hunter McGrady (@huntermcgrady) on

Joby Bach – #blondeshavemorefun, even if they wear glasses 😉 #curvygeek

Lunch time 🙂 I love them so Much @lechateau ♡♡♡♡ #JobyBach

A photo posted by I am Joby Bach TheGrandPhoenix (@jobybach) on

Rosie Mercado – Damn, those glasses 🙂 #curvysexycool

Don't let me down #chainsmokers #vegasbaby sunnies @aldo_shoes lips @sephora

A photo posted by ROSIE | MERCADO (@rosiemercado) on

Maria Jimenez Pacifico – Greetings from Italy #holidayselfie

Besos desde Italia 💋 #wlyg

A photo posted by MARIA JIMENEZ PACIFICO (@mariajimenezpacifico) on

Maria Luiza Mendes – red hot at work with her #workattire

S.W.Beauty – #makeuponfleek

B u r g u n d y 🍷 (Details in the last pic) Have a nice sunday my loves 💋💋💋

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Dana Martinez – #makeuponfleek

Iskra Lawrence – #curvysexycool

Anotha one. @iamiskra #iskralawrence

A photo posted by 🌙iskra✨ (@iskra_lawrence) on

Kathastrophal, Theodora Flipper & Conquore – The Fatshion Cafe – 3 in 1 Bloggers Delight #holidayselfie #groupselfie

Kizzy Magalie – #makeuponfleek & #greatlook

Audrey Littie, Jihan Amer, Sierra Santana and Briana Nichols – Kiss 2.0 #groupselfie #workattire

Choose Life Warrior – funny #groupselfie about the difference between male and female nipples

The difference between female nipples and male nipples? The over sexualisation of the female form for centuries upon centuries governing our bodies, our rights, our lives. If you sexualise my body in its natural form that's your problem. There is nothing wrong with my body or my boyfriend's body. #BodyPositivity belongs to everyone. Your body is nothing to be ashamed of, our naked form shared is nothing to be crucified for. The only way we will see more bodies being accepted and celebrated is to share our own. Normalisation & Acceptance occurs when we will see and celebrate bodies of all sizes, races, abilities, disabilities and differences. Our minds see so much advertised sexualisation and nudity of unrealistic images daily. Reinforcing the idea that naked bodies are purely sexual & also should be perfect. Yet if we share our flawed, fat, skinny, different, personal imperfect bodies there is outcry! We have the power to create movements & acceptance by choosing what images we post & consume. No longer are we held to impossible magazine standards. We are allowed to just be. Bask in the glory of difference. Our animal bodies, The human form naked should not qualify lower moral standards or less respect. To the people who will judge me for either my weight or my less clothed body let me ask you this, would you also call the man beside me a whore? Are you offended by my confidence? My brashness? or just in the fact that I get to choose how I publish my body? Is it the outdated health argument what makes you mad? Or is it the fact I am a woman? Or a fat women loving herself piss you off? Lastly my feminism is not lowered by this show of confidence, in fact if you think I'm allowing men to sexualise me because I posted this photo you're wrong. Men can control how they perceive a photo. Just like they can control themselves not to rape. Just like my body a gift from whatever God you do or do not believe in & should be celebrated without limitation. If you still find this offensive clutch your pearls & hide the children! Oh & block me because I won't stop speaking out about the double standards, rape culture or the fact I unapologetically love my body. 🎤drop.

A photo posted by BOPO•EDRECOVERY•MENTALHEALTH (@chooselifewarrior) on

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Lyz Lupo