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Why Beauty Filters Might Be Ruining Self-Confidence & Mental Health

That app or high-res phone camera may be doing you a disservice

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My looks and overall appearance have been the least of my concern for most of my life, as far back as I can remember. Naturally, as a result of that, I also don’t give two hoots about how good I look in a picture or if the camera is capturing me…




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