With @alicehartdavis @ccrexpo Alice (award winning beauty editor) is looking super glam whereas I am less glam, more “au naturel” with no-makeup and mad orange specs

With @alicehartdavis @ccrexpo 
Alice (award winning beauty editor) is looking super glam whereas I am less glam,  more "au naturel" with no-makeup and mad orange specs.
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I am at the CCR expo, an event for the clinical cosmetic and reconstructive surgery communities
My video clips are of the Tixel eye rejuvenation treatment with @drsabrinashahdesai
A dermal filler injectables nose reconstruction 
And facial contouring with Accent Prime machine with @drpablonaranjo .
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I am at the CCR expo, an event for the clinical cosmetic and reconstructive surgery communities
My video clips are of the Tixel eye rejuvenation treatment with @drsabrinashahdesai
A dermal filler injectables nose reconstruction
And facial contouring with Accent Prime machine with @drpablonaranjo .
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#Tbt Me age 15 and age 28

Me age 15 and age 28.
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These photos are pre-social media when there were no filters on photos and no pressures to look a certain way. .
Of course there were those who were skinny too and those who were fat but no-one judged or had anywhere to post photos that weren't real. The only place to post a photo was in a personal photo album which stayed in your living room. .

No-one exercised, worked out or went to gyms in the same 'addicted to fitness' way so our bodies were a different shape and less toned than gym bodies of nowadays. .
Maybe we did ballet or horse riding or swam or did some form of sport at school and beyond but only for our personal enjoyment. Not with the same end goals to have the perfect Instagram body. .
We didn't compare or judge. 
No pressures to look a certain way.
We were happier and more confident in our body image then. 
Free to be who we were. .
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These photos are pre-social media when there were no filters on photos and no pressures to look a certain way. .
Of course there were those who were skinny too and those who were fat but no-one judged or had anywhere to post photos that weren’t real. The only place to post a photo was in a personal photo album which stayed in your living room. .

No-one exercised, worked out or went to gyms in the same ‘addicted to fitness’ way so our bodies were a different shape and less toned than gym bodies of nowadays. .
Maybe we did ballet or horse riding or swam or did some form of sport at school and beyond but only for our personal enjoyment. Not with the same end goals to have the perfect Instagram body. .
We didn’t compare or judge.
No pressures to look a certain way.
We were happier and more confident in our body image then.
Free to be who we were. .
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My school speakers talk this morning to girls age 7-11was @ursuline_prep Wimbledon on self-confidence, self-esteem, friendships, bullying online and off, exclusion and the impact of negative social media and filters

My school speakers talk this morning to girls age 7-11was  @ursuline_prep Wimbledon on self-confidence, self-esteem, friendships, bullying online and off, exclusion and the impact of negative social media and filters . .
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It is very rewarding doing school talks to pre-teen and teen girls and boys to help them understand how to deal with the impact of social media on their everyday lives and especially how it affects their self-esteem and confidence. 
Also to understand how bullying can be silent and subtle but still devasting. 
How no girl should ever be one of the mean girls. 
Everyone is different, unique and differences of culture and ethnicity and personality should be embraced.
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It is very rewarding doing school talks to pre-teen and teen girls and boys to help them understand how to deal with the impact of social media on their everyday lives and especially how it affects their self-esteem and confidence.
Also to understand how bullying can be silent and subtle but still devasting.
How no girl should ever be one of the mean girls.
Everyone is different, unique and differences of culture and ethnicity and personality should be embraced.
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