When it comes to self-love and body positivity, never is enough! Social media is always creating new beauty standards and we’ve gone from Kardashian curves to “soft girl” and “e-girl” vibes thanks to platforms like TikTok and Instagram.
With that being said, there’s always a new (and almost impossible) beauty standard to keep up with, but thankfully, more women are feeling comfortable with their skin and with who they are, and are using social media as an outlet to share it with the world.
Since this month we’re highlighting Latinx heritage, on today’s post, we’ll share 4 Latina influencers that inspire us to love ourselves and our bodies even more.
This actress decided to use her fame and large social media following as a channel to share her journey on self-love and body positivity. She’s very vocal about issues that affect women nowadays, including being catcalled in the streets, domestic abuse, and eating disorders. Her authenticity as well as her visually attractive content keeps women inspired and motivated on their Instagram page.
Connie Andrade is a plus-size model that has worked with major beauty and fashion brands, including Covergirl. Besides that, she has an impeccable style and is always showing her followers how to wear the latest fashion trends with a curvy body and look stylish. Her sensuality as well as her confidence are two things that make us love Connie and her account even more.
Eating dissorders are things that few people talk about in Latino Culture, since having them can be interpreted as being “weak”, however it’s a reality that happens in today’s world and a lot of women secretly suffer from this. The team behind NPP knows the struggle and that’s why they created this account, as well as an organization for people that has suffered from this and are on the process of recovering and embracing their bodies and who they are.
Who said curls aren’t beautiful? Bea Martinez is a latina designer and illustrator that has shared her personal journey on loving herself and her curls through creative graphics and illustrations. Also, she shares tips and recipes on how to take care of your curly hair. It’s all about loving who you are and how you look! Is it easy? It isn’t! But it’s definitely worthy!
Which other latina empowering accounts do you reccomend? Let us know in the comments below!