Αρχική > Featured > Ντανάι Μέρσερ: Η sexy influencer αποκαλύπτει τα κόλπα πίσω από τις «τέλειες» φωτογραφίες των μοντέλων

Ντανάι Μέρσερ: Η sexy influencer αποκαλύπτει τα κόλπα πίσω από τις «τέλειες» φωτογραφίες των μοντέλων

Είναι το σπάνιο παράδειγμα influencer που ανταποκρίνεται πλήρως στο hashtag #NoFilter. Η Ντανάι Μέρσερ, συντάκτρια υγείας και fitness με έδρα το Ντουμπάι και σχεδόν 1 εκατομμύριο followers στο Instagram, εκτοξεύει τα μέσα κοινωνικής δικτύωσης με φωτογραφίες που αποκαλύπτουν το… μεγαλείο της παραμορφωμένης εικόνας!

Το μότο της; Αν την έχετε, δείξτε τη – δηλαδή την κυτταρίτιδα. Η πρώην αρχισυντάκτρια του περιοδικού Women’s Health Μέσης Ανατολής χρησιμοποιεί τα κοινωνικής δικτύωσης για να συζητήσει τα θέματα των γυναικών, ιδίως αυτά που σχετίζονται με την εικόνα του σώματος.

View this post on Instagram

Girl, stop trying to make everyone happy – you’re not guacamole. A popular body positive influencer was shamed recently for wanting to lose weight. Another has been shamed for gaining it. And both openly, authentically stood by their decisions. It got me thinking: what would WE DO different if we were less afraid of BEING different. Not just with our health, our wellness goals, but with our hopes, our dreams, our LIVES? It’s easy to want to MAKE EVERYONE HAPPY. To fit in. To softly and gently bend and fold with whatever voices shout the loudest or sting the sharpest. Whether that’s a parent or a loved one or a stranger on a screen. Only in trying to PLEASE EVERYONE, we become no one. We fade. We lose ourselves. Trust me, I’ve been there. So here’s the lesson I’ve learned the hard way, and am still constantly, endlessly relearning: We will NEVER make everyone happy. We won’t. It’s impossible. Humans are complex. Our opinions are vast and varied and strong. And that’s ok. That’s WONDERFUL. What matters is that we each EXPLORE what sits INSIDE US. That we remain open to growth. To development. To being called in and learning. And that we honour, we ALWAYS honour, the truth which curls quietly inside of us. Whether it’s about how the goals we set FOR OUR BODIES or the plans we have FOR OUR LIVES. Even if it makes us different. Even when it shows how we all truly ARE different. I know it’s scary, but we can do this. You can do this. Be yourself, babygirl. No guacamole required. Influencers mentioned: @learningtobefearless @stephanie_buttermore #selflove #feminist #inspoquote #selfacceptance #normalizenormalbodies

A post shared by Danae Mercer (@danaemercer) on

Συχνά ποζάροντας στην παραλία και φορώντας μόνο το μπικίνι της, οι αναρτήσεις της Μέρσερ στο Instagram συγκρίνουν το πραγματικό, με καμπύλες σώμα της έναντι μιας παραποιημένης εκδοχής στην οποία η 33χρονη influencer φαίνεται πολύ πιο αδύνατη.

Η Ντανάι Μέρσερ είναι ειδική στο να αποκαλύπτει πώς οι γωνίες, ο φωτισμός και τα εργαλεία επεξεργασίας φωτογραφιών μπορούν εύκολα να κρύψουν ορισμένες ατέλειες του σώματος.

View this post on Instagram

Insta vs reality — or LETS talk LIGHTING. Because that’s the main difference in these photos. In one, my bum is deliberately angled into the shadows. The softer light hides my cellulite and smooths most of my stretchmarks. It’s flattering. In the other, I’m just casually squatting (lol) beside the mirror. My hips and thighs are in the sunlight. Lumps and bumps are on show. There are a few posing differences (core tight, hips popped back, squeeeezzzinnnggg), but mostly this pic is about LIGHT working its magic. When I worked in magazines, we shot at sunrise or sunset. On most sets, there were people holding SUN DIFFUSERS and REFLECTORS to help create the perfect FLATTERING balance of shadow and light. The same thing happens on SOCIAL MEDIA, just in a different form. Most insta-models know EXACTLY how to POSE and work their angles. And they know LIGHTING too. Like how SIDE LIGHT, diffused from a window, is the most flattering for abs but usually pretty harsh on the face. It’s why you’ll often see a phone covering the face. Or how SHADOWS can gently eliminate certain LUMPS and BUMPS. All that is fine with me, honestly. It’s art and photography, and there is no shame in wanting to look FIERCE. But I also want to remind you about how SO MUCH on here is FILTERED. POSED. PERFECTED. And how you shouldn’t EVER COMPARE YOURSELF to a STRANGER on the internet. Because cowgirl, you’re just seeing their snapshots taken in PERFECT LIGHT. Your reality is a whole lot more varied, diverse, and human than that. It’s more perfectly imperfect. Real. Raw. And that’s a wonderful thing indeed. You got this. x #instavsreality #womenirl #womenshealth #popsugarfitness #instagramvsreality #posingtips #cellulite #strengthmarks

A post shared by Danae Mercer (@danaemercer) on

«Ας μιλήσουμε για τον φωτισμό. Επειδή αυτή είναι η βασική διαφορά σε αυτές τις φωτογραφίες», έγραψε στη λεζάντα της παραπάνω φωτογραφίας.

«Στη μία, οι γλουτοί μου είναι σκόπιμα εκτεθειμένοι στη σκιά. Το απαλό φως κρύβει την κυτταρίτιδα και απαλύνει τα περισσότερα από τα σημάδια μου. Είναι κολακευτικό», εξηγεί. «Στην άλλη, απλώς απλώνομαι μπροστά στον καθρέφτη. Τα ισχία και οι μηροί μου είναι εκτεθειμένα στο φως του ήλιου. Όλες οι ατέλειες είναι στο προσκήνιο».

Η ανάρτηση αρέσει σε περισσότερους από 500.000 followers στο Instagram, οι οποίοι επαινούν τη Μέρσερ για την ειλικρίνειά της, ενώ μοιράζονται μαζί της τις δικές τους εμπειρίες.

View this post on Instagram

Let’s talk EDITING APPS. This transformation took all of two minutes. I smudged out stretchmarks and swapped my bloating for a bum, brightened my eyes and smoothed that great lil mid-forehead vein. In just 120 seconds, I became a SHINIER, GLOSSIER version of myself. And it was incredibly easy. I used to edit my photos like this. When I was recovering from my relapse, I felt delicate. Insecure. So I would use apps like these to make myself THINNER. Always, always thinner. Because in my mind, thin was perfect. And maybe if I was perfect, everything would be ok. Maybe I would be loved. So I have NO anger towards people who use these. No anger. Because I’ve been there. Instead I want to stress to YOU how OFTEN it happens. How in addition to posing and lighting and outfit swaps and all the shiny things I talk about on here, there’s always this lil side of technology. And I want to say that if you’re someone who uses these often, Who changes your body or changes your skin or changes YOU, Know you are seen. You are worthy. And you are LOVED, EXACTLY as you already are. No technology-sponsored changes required. Stay safe out there gals. We’re in this together. Original photo @chiclebelle #instagramvsreality #feminist #beforeandafter #instavsreality #iweigh #bodyacceptance #selflove

A post shared by Danae Mercer (@danaemercer) on