Category: Body Image

Candice Huffine

“We give so much of ourselves to others when we should really work on our relationship with ourselves. Self-care, without the hashtag or face mask, is essential. Look in the mirror and say, ‘You got this!’ Meditate. Exercise. Whatever. Be kind to yourself every day.”
                                                                   
 Candice Huffine Cosmopolitan Magazine

Halsey

I’m 23. When I came into the music industry, I had somebody do my makeup, but I flipped out. People forget that a musician and a model are very different. A model’s job is to play a character, but as a musician, I’m just myself every day. I can’t have someone who doesn’t know me coming on board and changing my face. I’m singing songs that are personal, from the bottom of my heart. My fans need to recognize the person singing to them, you know? That’s just how it is for me. So I started doing my makeup myself. I don’t feel like I need to be                                                        wearing that much. For me personally, I like to find ways to play up my existing                                            beauty rather than trying to change what my face looks like.”
                                                                      Winnie Harlow People Magazine

Winnie Harlow

“I thought my skin wasn’t beautiful enough to wear shorts or open-toed shoes, but my idea of ‘beautiful enough’ came from not seeing enough representation of someone like myself, that would’ve been so powerful for me. I hope to offer all young women a sense of hope and change, that one type of look is not better than another. It’s ok to be different and seeing that is massive for a child.”
 Winnie Harlow People Magazine

Brooke Shields

“Growing up under such scrutiny led me to feel insecure about my looks. When I was younger, I never loved being in a swimsuit because I picked apart the way I looked in them. It took me years to separate the opinions of others from my own.”
 Brooke Shields People Magazine

Jonah Hill

“The journey is self-acceptance and self-love. I believe everybody has this snapshot of themselves. It’s a snapshot that they kinda want to hide from the world. And mine was being like this 14-year old over weight kid kinda feeling ugly to the world wanting to fit in with this group of skateboarders. People are all just different but they hurt just as much. It was a liberating way to spend these last few years figuring out who I am as a person, how do you love yourself, and how do you be yourself and be the artist that you are with out apologizing                                                for it”
                                                                     Jonah Hill Late Night with Seth Myers