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Kaitlyn Bristowe Just Shared the Most Honest #Realstagram

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If you judged Bachelor and Bachelorette contests solely by their hair and makeup on the show, or on their perfectly curated Instagram feeds, you might get the idea that they're flawless 'round the clock. As a little reminder that everyone's human, Kaitlyn Bristowe gave a peek behind the curtain in a recent #realstagram, as "a reminder that social media isn't real life so we can't get caught up comparing our story/body/wardrobe/relationships etc. with someone else's." In the relatable post, she shared that she's been feeling less than hot. (P.S. Here are our favorite no-makeup celebrity selfies.)

 

 

"I have a monster zit below my lip, (like I had to point it out) bags under my eyes because I cried A LOT in the last couple days, just your typical break down for no real reason," she captioned the post. "My hair started falling out again because all I've been doing is eating greasy crap and not exercising, and I overall feel gross. I haven't been taking care of myself but I'm holding myself accountable. Going to work out this week, get on one of Shawns meal plans, and maybe wash my hair/face... Maybe."

So in case you thought Bristowe—or any other influencer you follow—wakes up with perfect hair and skin every single day, let this set the record straight. ICYMI, past contestants have gotten candid with the media about spending a lot of time and energy on their appearances to prep for the show. Some of the women have estimated they spent at least $1,000 in beauty expenses before the show, Refinery29 reported. (They put in a lot of hard work behind the scenes to stay in shape, too.) So the next time you're picking on yourself for your own dark circles or hair loss, just remember that no one's immune to feeling insecure over their appearance—or those days when you just "overall feel gross."

 

 

This is one of my most important posts yet. If you haven’t seen a #Realstagram post, I do them every once in a while as a reminder that social media isn’t real life so we can’t get caught up comparing our story/body/wardrobe/relationships etc. with someone else’s. On average youth consume over 9 hours of media a day! I’ve teamed up with @RawBeautyTalks and together we want to raise $50,000 for youth media literacy and positive body image program @freetobetalks. This incredible program empowers boys and girls in grades 6-8 to reach their full potential by developing media literacy awareness, cultivating individual strengths, building resilience to social pressures that impact body image, and nurturing a positive social environment. IMPORTANT STUFF! If you’ve ever felt low self-esteem or unsure of where you fit in the world please click the link in my profile and donate or share!!

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