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Selena Gomez seems to be in a good place at the moment: after the singer took a much needed break from social media, she brought She also collaborated with Puma on a successful athleisure collection celebrating strong women, and she also collaborated with Julia Michaels for a song called "fear," about having loved ones who can not relate to their mental health battles. (See also: Selena Gomez took Instagram to remind her fans that her life is not perfect.)
She was still pretty quiet. However, yesterday's "gram" made a rare appearance in her stories to Snapchat Promote negative beauty stereotypes. In a series of videos, she shared how all the "pretty" filters on the social media platform turned her brown eyes into blue All & # 39; funny & # 39; and & ugly & # 39; ugly & # 39; Filters retain their natural eye color.
"Literally every single Snapchat filter has blue eyes," she said in the video, using a "cute" filter with glasses that brightened her eye color. "What if you have brown eyes? Should I have those [light] eyes to look good?"
Then she calls Snapchat with two less attractive filters because she prefers dark eyes over light eyes. "Oh, great, and it's the only one that uses my brown eyes," she said with a filter.
"I do not understand," she continued with another funny filter. "They all have blue eyes for those who are really pretty, and then I put them on and they are like brown brown eyes, is it the reason?"
In a final video, she switched to using an Instagram filter and stated once and for all the score: "I think I'll just stick with grams, "she said." Brown eyes are beautiful, everyone. "
Gomez & # 39; s tone could be sarcastic and funny in her videos, but she puts it to one important point: just think of it How many times have you used a Snapchat filter and thought I wish I would look like the IRL. It does not seem so damaging at first sight, but "Snapchat dysmorphia" So much so that people are asking plastic surgeons to make them look like Snapchat filters, Gomez – Minirant recalls that social media platforms like Snapchat have the power to perpetuate potential beauty ideals too damage – if it is not wrong, a normal to have it's human face with brown, blue, hazel or intervening eyes.