Inspiring Celebs Redefining Beauty Standards

What is beauty? Is it being 6 feet tall, skinny, curvy, different, the same, tanned, fair, natural? News flash: It’s all of those things, none of those things, and so much more. The Oxford Dictionary defines beauty as: “A combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.” Pretty vague, right? That’s because beauty itself is vague, everyone is beautiful for different reasons and there’s no one recipe for what makes a person beautiful.

It often feels that slowly, over time, women may have felt they needed to behave, look or dress in a certain way to be considered ‘beautiful’ by society. We’re conditioned to fulfill criteria that are continually portrayed by the media, that we didn’t actually create, so guess what? We’re not doing it! A number of celebrities have said ‘hell no’ to today’s ‘norm’ beauty standards and are fiercely taking back ownership of their bodies and frankly, we’re so here for it.

As one of the most straight-talking celebs out there, Chrissy Teigen tells it exactly like it is. The model and mother is fiercely unapologetic about her body, the trials of being a mother and life in the spotlight. Proving that body changes happen to us all, Teigen famously posted a picture of her stretch marks on Instagram with the caption “Whatevs.” We love when celebs are real.

Winnie Harlow is simply killing it. The model has spoken candidly about her vitiligo, a condition that affects the pigment of the skin. Not one to shy away from the limelight, Winnie is a trailblazer embracing her beauty in all its glory, dubbing her walk on the Victoria’s Secret runway, “Another step for representation.”

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