16 Stars Who Do Not Need Any Filters to Shine Through a Lens
Undoubtedly, women in the world of show business have had to submit to a series of unwritten, but imposed, standards for how a woman should look, be and behave in order for her career to thrive. And these rules, in turn, have affected all women, famous or not. Fortunately, celebrities have discovered their power over others and decided to swim against the current.
1. Rachel Bloom
2. Selena Gomez
Selena explained on her Instagram account that she had to undergo a kidney transplant and that at first, it was hard for her to show her scar, “I didn’t want it to be in photos, so I wore things that would cover it up. Now, more than ever, I feel confident in who I am and what I went through...and I’m proud of that.”
3. Kourtney Kardashian
4. Vanessa Hudgens
Rihanna has no problem showing that she, like most women, doesn’t have her legs waxed all the time.
6. Jennifer Lopez
8. Jessica Hall
Jessica shared this photo with Kendra Wilkinson from a few years ago. The actress had just had a baby and didn’t hesitate to show that, because of that, she had to tie her shorts with an elastic hair band. Great postpartum advice!
9. Ashley Graham
Cellulite is real, and the vast majority of women are used to dealing with it, especially if they are or have been pregnant. That’s why it’s great when celebrities don’t try to hide it when being photographed.
10. Hilary Duff
11. Blake Lively
12. Julia Roberts
13. Karolina Kurkova
Karolina’s belly button is slightly different from the rest. She has a smooth dimple. It has not been confirmed what it is due to, but the Czech model has no objection to walking down a catwalk or showing herself au naturel.
14. Jessica Simpson
During her pregnancy, Jessica Simpson shared, through her social networks, a photo about a condition that happens, almost rigorously, to every woman expecting a baby: swollen feet; she even asked her followers for a cure to reduce the swelling.
15. Karol G
16. Jennifer Garner
What do you think about women who go against stereotypes and show themselves as they are to the world?