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TRUE DIVERSITY SHOOTING RE-CREATION PROVES THAT THE FAMOUS SOLID AND STRIPPED IMAGE IS NOT DIVERSE ENOUGH

TRUE DIVERSITY SHOOTING RE-CREATION PROVES THAT THE FAMOUS SOLID AND STRIPPED IMAGE IS NOT DIVERSE ENOUGH

When I saw the image of Solid & Stripped with all the VS models my first thought was: “Is this an attempt to promote diversity?” It looked like that, but it was a failed attempt. Their selection of Victoria’s Secret models only showed one black […]

5 Things No One Tells You About Being a Plus Size Model

5 Things No One Tells You About Being a Plus Size Model

By guest-writer Lilli Luxe from Lilli’s Adventures Have you ever wondered about what it’d be like to get signed with a modeling agency and become a professional plus size model- traveling the world and shooting for big companies?  I’m gonna dish on some of the […]

Meet Diana Sirokai the Plus Size Model who re-creates famous shoots of stars like Kim Kardashian to prove that curves rock too

Meet Diana Sirokai the Plus Size Model who re-creates famous shoots of stars like Kim Kardashian to prove that curves rock too

“Diana did it again!” That was my first thought when I saw the recent shoot she had with Photo Karizza. Diana Sirokai is known for re-creating famous shoots to show that they would also look well with a plus size model. This time they choosed to redo the Shooting of Calvin Klein with the Kim Kardashian and her sisters. Diana along with the plus models Daisy Christina, Denise Mercedes and Tammy B prove with the images below that EVERY BODY IS BEAUTIFUL.

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#CurvesForKlein @calvinklein

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Yet, this is not the first time Diana and Karizza has such an idea. They already re-created an image of Gigi Hadid for Stuart Weitzman and a shoot of Kim Kardashian.

I was just wondering how a Model My Size would look on this 📸 @photo_karizza

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WE ARE BOTH WOMEN with DIFFERENT BODIES ❤️ #Slay. @photo_karizza

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My most favourite images of this dreamteam #DianaSirokaiXPhotoKarizza.

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Can anyone explain to me now why plus size women are still under represented in the media, when we prove that we can kill any shoot there is? And just to inform you, having ONE big plus size model in the news alone is not enough improvement! We are the majority and we are still just treated like a minority.

This has to stop. I am thankful for inspiring women like Diana Sirokai and Photo Karizza to have such great ideas. I just hope they will also re-create a Victoria’s Secret shoot for my #AngelPlus campaign one day.

DEAR PLUS SIZE WOMEN OUT THERE, PLEASE SPEAK UP! RAISE YOUR VOICE! MAKE IMAGES, TAG BRANDS AND DEMAND A REAL AND LASTING CHANGE! DO NOT LET THEM MAKE YOU BELIEVE A CHANGE IS HERE, WE STILL HAVE A LONG WAY TO GO.

How do you like her ideas? Would you also re-create such a shoot?

Kind regards,

Lyz Lupo

Style And Curve Mag

-> All photos of Diana by Karizza Photographer

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Curvy Models featured in the Sports Illustrated Issue 2018 broke the internet. but is this cast diverse enough for you?

Curvy Models featured in the Sports Illustrated Issue 2018 broke the internet. but is this cast diverse enough for you?

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit released yesterday the images for the 2018 issue and it broke the internet literally, even on our own page. https://www.instagram.com/p/BfJ4kApnZWZ/?taken-by=styleandcurve This issue will be the most diverse one so far, but is it also diverse enough for you? “Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2018 […]

7 Diverse and Body Positive Images that caught our attention

7 Diverse and Body Positive Images that caught our attention

We’re back from our holiday break with new plans, new ideas, new articles and a few new topics to share for the website. Topics like Diversity and Body Positivity will get continued to be shared by us.

We saw a lot of improvements happening for the plus size community in 2017, but we think that is still not enough.

Therefore, we picked these 7 images promoting Diversity and Body Positivity, because they caught our attention. You will see in the our selection below women of different sizes, different skin colours, different ages and even different nationalities; all this because #AllWomenRock.

Beauty Beyond Size Chile

Flux Panties

FLUX PANTIES are at the moment available via Kickstarter.

“Throw away your pads and tampons! FLUX is period proof underwear that completely replaces pads and tampons and can be worn alone during your period.

They also aim to break barriers and smash taboos by representing women of every shape, size, colour and ability, to celebrate the beauty in every body.

You can pre order your period proof underwear by going to www.flux-panties.co.uk.”

Official Libella

Leidyn Bernardez

“~ #RockYourCurvesXCoconat ~
More than a movement, It’s a state of mind that wants to break the unrrealistic paradigms of beauty standards and self acceptance. @coconatswimwear, these beautiful models and I have come together to show you the beauty that exists in diversity. We seek to leave in you that seed so that you can believe in yourself, understand that you are enough and capable of being who you propose to be, of loving yourself without limitations, and of accepting that there are always going to be obstacles, situations and people who will not agree, not because you’re not capable, but because they are not able to believe in themselves, so don’t let this block you because if you’re aware of who you are, what you want and where you are going, NOTHING IS GOING TO STOP YOU🔥”

Photo: @the.private.lens

~ #RockYourCurvesXCoconat ~ Más que un movimiento es un estado mental, que busca romper con los paradigmas irrealistas de belleza y aceptación personal.
Me he unido en esta ocasión con @coconatswimwear y estas hermosas modelos para a través de esta campaña demostrarles la belleza que hay en la diversidad y más aún cuando sobreabunda el amor propio.
Buscamos dejar en ustedes esa semilla para que puedas creer en ti, entender que eres suficiente y capaz de ser quien te propongas, de amarte sin limitaciones, y de aceptar que siempre van a haber obstáculos, situaciones y personas que no van a estar de acuerdo, no porque tu no puedas, sino porque ellos no son capaces de creer en sí mismos, pero que esto no te detenga porque mientras TU estés consciente de quién eres, qué quieres y a dónde vas, NADA NI NADIE PODRÁ DETENERTE.🖤 📸: @the.private.lens

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#TheRealCatwalk by Khrystyana

#therealcatwalk VIDEO!!!!! ITS FINALLY OUT!!!! Thank you @dzcs4u for Filming and Editing !!!! And all of you for seeing and believing that each and every one of you is a Beauty in your purest of Forms !!!!! Thank you for being real, for being yourselves, even though some days it’s not as easy – We get up and go, with all all our insecurities, we still shine !!!! Thank you for being TheRealCatwalk all of you !!!!! Orlando and La, we are coming to YOU NEXT ASAP! Casting call with auto admission – every person is a beauty. Don’t care if media told you otherwise. Let the lie. You choose to believe in your power, your voice. Your infinite beauty! LOVE you with all my heart !!!!!! #bodypositive #bodyimage #effyourbeautystandards #everybodyisbeautiful #onelove music cover by #beyonce #whoruntheworld

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I must say that I love the topics Diversity and Body Positivity the most. I love to present to you all the unique beauty of this world, because I know that’s where we all should really put our focus on.

Kind regards,

Lyz Lupo

Style And Curve Mag

 

 

 

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Controversy caused after posting an article where we asked: “Use the word ‘fat’: Yes or No?”

Controversy caused after posting an article where we asked: “Use the word ‘fat’: Yes or No?”

Due to popular demand, I publish this article* again. It created a controversy because of a false interpretation, which I will talk about below. Original Article: “Use the word ‘fat’: Yes or No? Tess Holliday and Joby Bach have different opinions about it. With whose […]

#CurvyProject: Canadian Curvies

#CurvyProject: Canadian Curvies

I decided to pick the Ladies from the Canadian Curvies project for our cover image on our Facebook page, but I also want to introduce our fans to it.   ABOUT THE CANADIAN CURVIES: Meet Sarah, Daniela, Yolanda and Catherine – four Canadian women and […]

STRANDED WITH JOBY BACH – #GetToKnow Interview

STRANDED WITH JOBY BACH – #GetToKnow Interview

I asked Joby Bach last month if she is interested in doing a personal interview with me and she agreed. I was delighted by that, because as an editor of Style & Curve I wanted to give our fans the chance to know how the people really are. Social Media is a great tool to connect with a lot of people, but you can’t know how a person really is unless you meet them in real life. With the new #GetToKnow interview segment we give you a chance to see who the person behind-the-scene is. Joby loved the idea so much that she even provided us with BTS video teasers and a full shooting story. Find full video and the pics from her ‘STRANDED WITH JOBY BACH’ shooting with Martin Perreault below. Enjoy the interview I had with Joby Bach.

Lyz Lupo: Firstly, tell us some basic information about yourself?
Joby Bach: Well, I am from Montreal, Canada. I spent my childhood in Saint-Bruno; a little city off Montreal. I am 31 years old and I have a wonderful son of 10 years old.

Lyz: Tell us how your life was?
Joby: I had a difficult childhood. My mother was addicted to drugs and alcohol; besides that, she was also bipolar. Luckily, she had this deep desire to get out of this situation and get better, and since 1998, she’s been sober and is functioning very well.
My parents were already divorced so I lived with my mum. It was very difficult, especially between the ages of 4 to 9 years old because of her problems. Positive prospects took place when I went to a private college, because I was surrounded and well guided by the professors. And I could happily say that, “THIS SCHOOL SAVED MY LIFE.”

Lyz: How was it for you as a kid to see your mother being addicted?
Joby: I knew it was not normal! My mother told me that at the age of 3, when she was drinking; I took the bottle from her hands and said: “poison mom poison!”
So, I was pretty much aware of it as a kid.
For some reason, I kept my head cool although I knew it was not normal. Therefore, I never identified myself with this lifestyle. Did I have scars from that time?!!! OH, YES!! Many! And as a result, I sympathize with all those who have had similar experiences to me.

Lyz: That must have been hard, but I’m glad you managed it. How did you learn to not let it affect you? Or, how did you learn to be disciplined and work on your plans?
Joby: That’s a good question!
I believe that my spiritual side embarked here, to answer this question.
I have always said that there are two reasons as to why I could cope.
The first one: Being young, I was NOT raised in a religious family who practised the religion, but for some reason, I always believed in God! At a very young age, I was praying without anyone showing me how to. I felt that someone was watching positively over me in the sky.
Secondly: I saw my mother put loads of effort into getting out of the situation she was in. Unfortunately, damage had been done to me, but it’s NEVER TOO LATE to get out of it. Her recovery gave me a BREAK.

Lyz: Did you continue to be disciplined, or did you also make your own mistakes in life? Describe what happened.
Joby: Oh, jeez!!! YESS, I have made mistakes, but these mistakes have taught me. Because I grew up in difficult conditions, when I was 17, I was selling drugs and I fell myself as a drug user. For me, my thing at that time was Amphetamines, and I loved the night life. My boyfriend at that time was a drug dealer; we had the big life; but it was all illusionary. I lost myself in this universe for 2 and a half years. And I can tell you this, for you to understand that no matter how difficult your life is; there is ALWAYS a way out and you can do something about it. We are powerful and we are the masters of our lives.
By chance, when I was 20, I got out of this world which was extremely unhealthy. I left the boy whom I was with, moved to my father’s house and started to work in a FUTURE SHOP store. It was a new beginning for me.

Lyz: Continue how you became a mother and model.
Joby: I have always been artistic. As a kid, I amused myself by recording myself singing or playing radio presenter. Also, acting as a DJ lol…Yes, I did that!! (laughs), so I am not surprised that I ended up being a model, because I always had an interest in photography and art. On the other hand, my mother role began in 2007 when I had my son, and I can say open-heartedly that giving birth saved my LIFE somehow. I did not want my son to suffer as I had suffered as a child! So, I used ALL possible ways to make sure he would not have the life I had as a child. 🙂 My son is a blessing and the moment I saw his little eyes, I knew I was going to do everything in my power to protect him like a ‘mama wolf’.

Lyz: Being a model is a hard job sometimes, but what about the times when you don’t have a job. How do you manage to stay positive and motivated in those times?
Joby: As you know, being a model means working for oneself. Like all things, when you are self-employed there are strong periods and sometimes slower. This is part of the game as they say.
Personally, during my periods of tranquillity, I take the opportunity to recharge:
Walking in nature, writing, meditating and polishing up on other spheres that turn me on! As for example, spirituality or to create artistic projects. I am also a good life coach! I like to help people in need and to help them see clear through difficult situations. I think I’m a good guider.

Lyz: Why do you think you are a good life coach? What gives you strength to stay positive?
Joby: To be humble and sincere towards all my fans who read me, sometimes I am discouraged in the society in which we live. It’s like a race of the ego.
Who has the most beautiful house, the most beautiful body, the most beautiful career etc, and as a model this game is very present between girls; despite that they are PLUS SIZE, this does not change anything at all.
There is a lot of competition in the fashion industry and that personally turns me off!
I love my job, but I realized that we do not save lives.
Therefore, the best I can do is to try to help my friends and fans realize what’s really important in life. WELL-BEING is real important in-itself, and how to achieve it.
Now you probably wonder yourself, “Why do you continue to be a model.” It’s simply because I love the art behind it. I love to create photoshoots and I love to receive emails from fans saying, “Thank you Joby, you are a real inspiration, you helped me to love myself and to accept myself the way I am. Thank you and please don’t stop!” To be 100% real with you Lyz, it’s my main reason. Plus, why do I find my craft so difficult? It’s because I do not want to act like other models out there. Unfortunately, I find that many of them do it for selfish motivations. Personally, I want to make it in the right way! Without falling into the trap of appearance and lust. I try to keep it real and to focus on the goal to help others instead of being seduced by the assets that the job of a model can bring, or to become A CELEBRITY!
That’s why I think it’s important for me to associate myself with THE RIGHT CLIENTS, because I want to give THE RIGHT MESSAGE to the population. I want to associate myself with those who worry about others and care about others.
Most of my bookings are strategically selected because I like to partner with people of hearts; who take good care of the models. It’s happened to me a few times where I refused big bookings, SIMPLY because my intuition told me: “No, Joby do not make this booking!” I always consider myself and listen to myself.

Lyz: Apart from the motivations of your fans, where do you get your positive outlook of life from?
Joby: It’s a choice
(I don’t have anything else to add) lol

Lyz: Ok, so we already heard that your childhood wasn’t easy, that you also made your mistakes in life as we all did, and that your son changed your life. Can you sum up your life lessons in 1-3 sentences?
Joby: I think it’s super important to be well surrendered by people who have good intentions towards you and who sincerely want to help you. Unfortunately, often in life, it is the bad people who teach you the best lessons! The conclusion is here, do not fear the worst. You should TRUST the process 🙂 and know that everything will be fine in the end.

Lyz: Give me a quote of you that sums up your essence?
Joby: I like to expose the things that need to be exposed.
I’m a truth seeker, like a warrior of light from the famous book written by Paulo Coelho.

 

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ABOUT JOBY BACH:

Joby Bach is a plus size model from Montreal, Canada for many years now. She works regularly for brands like Addition Elle, Le Chateau, Laura Petit Plus, Wonderbra, Curvy Couture with Vivica A. Fox and she already appeared Vanity Fair  Magazine in 2014.  She is represented by NEXT MODELS CANADA and the contact to book her is DIDIER@NEXTMODELS.CA.

 

SHOOTING CREDITS:

photoshoot: Martin Perreault @martinperreault.ca
model: Joby Bach @jobybach
bts video: Yanik Chauvin @yanikphoto
makeup & hair: Catherine Lavoie @catounua
assistant: Bruno Laporte @bruno.laporte.5
assistant: Pat Tremblay @pat.tremblay.1980
lingerie :  Victroria’s Secret @victoriassecret
location: Daniel Goyette Gas Station, Montreal, Canada
special thanks for location tip: Alexandre Monet @alexandre.monet.3
music: Interlude – Briovere Buffentis – jamendo.com

 

Kind regards,

Lyz Lupo

Style & Curve Magazine

 

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CATERINA: THE CANADIAN BEAUT

CATERINA: THE CANADIAN BEAUT

Can we just take a minute and relish the beauty of Caterina Moda, an aesthetically-pleasing Canadian plus size model. She loves to box away at the bag showing that she can pack a mean punch, as well as be sweet and flamboyant — all when […]

MET GALA 2017: THE NEW MAKE-UP TREND AND THE DRESS REVIEWS

MET GALA 2017: THE NEW MAKE-UP TREND AND THE DRESS REVIEWS

This year’s Met Gala celebrated the designs of Rei Kawakubo‘s high fashion brand Comme des Garçons. An exhibition from May until September will continue to feature her, sometimes ‘distressed’ and ‘punk’ oriented, designs. No wonder that some outfits seemed strange for us. To show you […]

25 UNAPOLOGETIC CURVY WOMEN WHO SHOWED THEIR CELLULITE BEFORE KIM KARDASHIAN

25 UNAPOLOGETIC CURVY WOMEN WHO SHOWED THEIR CELLULITE BEFORE KIM KARDASHIAN

The images of Kim Kardashian showing her cellulite are storming social media like crazy. Every day I see these images of her.

Even if the press praises her for her unapologetic attitude about her look, she is not the first one to be brave to show her natural unedited skin to the world. Furthermore, Kim didn’t revolutionise the way we see cellulite, nor did she start a movement as the press tried to point out.

I applaud her for being brave and confident enough to present her natural skin to the world. I’m also happy to see that she joined the body positive movement, but we know it started long before her.

We from Style & Curve Magazine follow this movement for a long time now and we are used to images showing cellulite, stretch marks, thick thighs and belly’s.

Therefore, I picked the most known plus size models and bloggers who were unapologetic about their bodies before Kim Kardashian in the collection below:

 

JOBY BACH

 

ASHLEY GRAHAM

 

ISKRA LAWRENCE

 

TESS HOLLIDAY

 

LOEY LANE

 

LAURA LEE

 

GABIFRESH

 

DENISE BIDOT

 

MISS DIVA KURVES

 

FULLER FIGURE FULLER BUST

 

LAURA BRIOSCHI

 

CRAZY CURVY YOGA

 

CANDICE KELLY

 

GOOFY GINGER

 

ALLISON KIMMEY

 

NON AIRBRUSHED ME

 

DIANA SIROKAI

 

YOURS TRUELY MELLY

 

BODY POSI PANDA

 

JEWELZ JOURNEY

 

BABI MONTEIRO

 

LATEICIA THOMAS

 

CURVYLICIOUS_DK

 

HUNTER MCGRADY

 

MARCIEL HOPKINS

 

All these women and Kim deserve our respect for showing their so-called flaws to the public. I also showed my own cellulite in shootings from the past as you can see in the post below:

Always be unapologetic about your look. I was so insecure as a teen about my #booty, my #thickthights, my #strechmarks and #belly. I tried to cover up as good as possible, but you can't cover up what's meant to #shine! Today I am much more #confident about myself and my #body. I don't mind to show my #naturalskin anymore. I love my body and my personality. I am special and precious in my own way. Now I only feel bad for following the rules of the society, the media, my friends and family for way too long. I am perfect the way I am and the man who loves me, does this cause I am like this! #loveyourself & #loveyourbody! You rule over your life, but trust me you can't do it if you hate yourself or if you try to please others. Please your own wishes for your life first and the people who love you will still follow. Trust me, I know this for sure! Kind regards, @lyzlupo from #styleandcurvemag. 😘 Photo Left – 2016: By @mfg_prophoto with graffiti style #bodypaint by @esoneart_ for @idaremagazine Photo Right – 2015: Done by myself for my blog on www.lyzlupo.com #bootyrevolution

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WE CURVY WOMEN ARE UNAPOLOGETIC ABOUT OUR BODIES, BECAUSE WE ARE FINALLY ENJOYING THE WAY WE LOOK AND WE ARE FINALLY CONFIDENT ABOUT OURSELFS!

At the end of the day, why should we hide the cellulite when it was meant to shine?

Silvana Denker, German body positive activist, photographer and model, thinks we shouldn’t hide our flaws as she shows in her post:

#wokeuplikethis when I was in Madrid after a short night. #nomakeup #nofilter #nophotoshop And please register the beautiful toilet in the background, it is very important for the message of the picture 😂😂😂😂 I have big thighs, a belly with rolls, I have bumps, stretch marks, dark under-eye circles and I have to wear glasses or contact lenses because I can't see very well and I have scars. That's me, without styling, without any beautiful fashion, not retouched, just me the way I am. My life wasn't always easy, I went through some very hard years but I never gave up and became the person who I am now. I'm proud to be me, proud I never gave up no matter what happened. And my body tells the story of my life, I learned to love my body with all the "flaws", I learned to love myself and now I'm happier than I ever was. Don't hate yourself, life is too short ❤ #bodylove #bodypositive #loveyourself #loveyourbody #spreadlove #nobodyshaming #nobullying #selflove #acceptance #love

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DO YOU ALSO THINK THAT YOU ARE UNAPOLOGETICALLY CONFIDENT EVEN WITH CELLULITE, STRETCH MARKS AND BELLY; THEN SEND US YOUR INSTA POST LINK TO styleandcurve@gmail.com AND WE SHARE IT HERE:

#UNAPOLOGICALLYCONFIDENT #ALLWOMENROCK #ALLSIZESROCK

Kind regards

Lyz Lupo

Style & Curve Magazine

 

 

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The images of Kim Kardashian showing her cellulite are storming social media like crazy. Every day I see these images of her.

Even if the press praises her for her unapologetic attitude about her look, she is not the first one to be brave to show her natural unedited skin to the world. Furthermore, Kim didn’t revolutionise the way we see cellulite, nor did she start a movement as the press tried to point out.

I applaud her for being brave and confident enough to present her natural skin to the world. I’m also happy to see that she joined the body positive movement, but we know it started long before her.

We from Style & Curve Magazine follow this movement for a long time now and we are used to images showing cellulite, stretch marks, thick thighs and belly’s.

Therefore, I picked the most known plus size models and bloggers who were unapologetic about their bodies before Kim Kardashian in the collection below:

 

JOBY BACH

 

ASHLEY GRAHAM

 

ISKRA LAWRENCE

 

TESS HOLLIDAY

 

LOEY LANE

 

LAURA LEE

 

GABIFRESH

 

DENISE BIDOT

 

MISS DIVA KURVES

 

FULLER FIGURE FULLER BUST

 

LAURA BRIOSCHI

 

CRAZY CURVY YOGA

 

CANDICE KELLY

 

GOOFY GINGER

 

ALLISON KIMMEY

 

NON AIRBRUSHED ME

 

DIANA SIROKAI

 

YOURS TRUELY MELLY

 

BODY POSI PANDA

 

JEWELZ JOURNEY

 

BABI MONTEIRO

 

LATEICIA THOMAS

 

CURVYLICIOUS_DK

 

HUNTER MCGRADY

 

MARCIEL HOPKINS

 

All these women and Kim deserve our respect for showing their so-called flaws to the public. I also showed my own cellulite in shootings from the past as you can see in the post below:

Always be unapologetic about your look. I was so insecure as a teen about my #booty, my #thickthights, my #strechmarks and #belly. I tried to cover up as good as possible, but you can't cover up what's meant to #shine! Today I am much more #confident about myself and my #body. I don't mind to show my #naturalskin anymore. I love my body and my personality. I am special and precious in my own way. Now I only feel bad for following the rules of the society, the media, my friends and family for way too long. I am perfect the way I am and the man who loves me, does this cause I am like this! #loveyourself & #loveyourbody! You rule over your life, but trust me you can't do it if you hate yourself or if you try to please others. Please your own wishes for your life first and the people who love you will still follow. Trust me, I know this for sure! Kind regards, @lyzlupo from #styleandcurvemag. 😘 Photo Left – 2016: By @mfg_prophoto with graffiti style #bodypaint by @esoneart_ for @idaremagazine Photo Right – 2015: Done by myself for my blog on www.lyzlupo.com #bootyrevolution

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WE CURVY WOMEN ARE UNAPOLOGETIC ABOUT OUR BODIES, BECAUSE WE ARE FINALLY ENJOYING THE WAY WE LOOK AND WE ARE FINALLY CONFIDENT ABOUT OURSELFS!

At the end of the day, why should we hide the cellulite when it was meant to shine?

Silvana Denker, German body positive activist, photographer and model, thinks we shouldn’t hide our flaws as she shows in her post:

#wokeuplikethis when I was in Madrid after a short night. #nomakeup #nofilter #nophotoshop And please register the beautiful toilet in the background, it is very important for the message of the picture 😂😂😂😂 I have big thighs, a belly with rolls, I have bumps, stretch marks, dark under-eye circles and I have to wear glasses or contact lenses because I can't see very well and I have scars. That's me, without styling, without any beautiful fashion, not retouched, just me the way I am. My life wasn't always easy, I went through some very hard years but I never gave up and became the person who I am now. I'm proud to be me, proud I never gave up no matter what happened. And my body tells the story of my life, I learned to love my body with all the "flaws", I learned to love myself and now I'm happier than I ever was. Don't hate yourself, life is too short ❤ #bodylove #bodypositive #loveyourself #loveyourbody #spreadlove #nobodyshaming #nobullying #selflove #acceptance #love

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DO YOU ALSO THINK THAT YOU ARE UNAPOLOGETICALLY CONFIDENT EVEN WITH CELLULITE, STRETCH MARKS AND BELLY; THEN SEND US YOUR INSTA POST LINK TO styleandcurve@gmail.com AND WE SHARE IT HERE:

#UNAPOLOGICALLYCONFIDENT #ALLWOMENROCK #ALLSIZESROCK

Kind regards

Lyz Lupo

Style & Curve Magazine

 

 

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