TV show host Syeda Tuba Aamir Liaquat has called for women to accept their skin and avoid longing for ‘unrealistic’ beauty standards.
During a special Ramzan transmission that she’s hosting on state-run Pakistan Television (PTV), Tuba said that no one had a ‘photoshopped skin’, implying that the photographs of models on magazine covers were highly edited.
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Just yesterday I was talking about skin and photoshop on Hamara Ramazan Transmission and then later saw @haniaheheofficial post in which she spoke up about her skincare struggles and her story is super relatable. She made a very grounded yet an unpopular opinion. Don’t let your skin define YOU! #syedatubaaamir #haniaamir #dontletyourskindefineyou
“The girls who long for ‘magazine’ skin must realise that it’s all fake – none of it is real”, she said.
She further said that every woman had pores on her skin and it was a very real thing and should be accepted.
Hania had started a campaign yesterday calling for women to accept their imperfect skin.
So I have always struggled with mild acne. Always had these bumps on my forehead that JUST WOULD NOT BUDGE! I had gotten used to them. But the journey I have been on for a couple of months has been quite a painful one. pic.twitter.com/J314a4Xy1r
— Hania Aamir (@realhaniahehe) May 13, 2019
In her Instagram post, Tuba also appreciated Hania Aamir’s stance on the matter.
She said that Hania’s was a very grounded yet unpopular opinion. “Don’t let your skin define YOU!”, she exclaimed.
A number of other celebrities including Mehwish Hayat had supported Hania Aamir’s campaign with Hayat writing ‘Flawsome is Awesome’.
Flawsome is awesome. Away from the studio lights, the cameras & the glamorous make up, We all battle with the same skin problems & insecurities as any other girl. Let’s embrace it – its called being a woman. #MehwishHayat #Flawsome #Beautyiswithin #london2019pic.twitter.com/GX6KqLsGOf
— Mehwish Hayat TI (@MehwishHayat) May 14, 2019
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