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A woman shared photos of herself with and without makeup, and received the same insults

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A shocking and terribly moving video

Spots, red patches, oily skin and dilated pores -let she who has never tried to disguise these imperfections with makeup cast the first stone! But if we are a bit over enthusiastic with the makeup brushes, we are treated as superficial. So how can we ever hope to accept ourselves for who we are? This was the dilemma experienced by a brave Youtuber (My Pale Skin), who made a shocking and moving video after having posted a photo of herself without makeup on social media.

1/ Without makeup, she was called dirty, revolting and disgusting

A few months ago, Em Ford of My Pale Skin decided to post a photo of herself without makeup on social media networks. There were more than 100,000 comments on the photo, some of which she included in her video:

« I can’t even look at her »

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« Seriously… Has she ever washed her face? »

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« Her face is so ugly »

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« Revolting »

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« You look disgusting »

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2/ Once she was made up, she was admired at first…

« You are so perfect »

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« You look amazing »

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« I love your makeup »

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3/ But that wasn’t long changing, and she was soon accused of being superficial, sickening and disgusting

« You wear too much makeup »

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« This is false advertising »

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« Respect yourself damn sl*t »

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« This is why I have trust issues »

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« Trust no f*cking b*tch with makeup »

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« You’re so ugly that’s why you wear makeup »

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« You look disgusting »

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A video that will make you think twice before judging people

No matter what we do, it seems like we can never measure up! After this shocking video, many young rebellious teens reacted online, not knowing what else to do, and finding themselves in the same situation as our committed YouTuber. And why not start with accepting who we are?

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« 17 yrs old what do I do? »

« I wanted to kill myself »

« I’m learning to love myself »

« It makes me want to cry »

« I get bullied because of my skin »

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