In her spot-on One Direction parody “Girl, You Don’t Need Makeup,” comedian (and feminist superhero) Amy Schumer calls bull on all pop songs that pretend to celebrate natural beauty, when what they really mean is model-like conventional beauty.
You know the humblebrag—that snotty boast thinly veiled with self-deprecation or a "woe is me" complaint. It's meant to downplay self-praise, but the humblebrag doesn’t exactly work that way, according to a new study.
A quick trim at the hips. A little shave off the thigh. These days, thanks to photo-editing apps that go even farther than an Instagram filter, it's easier than ever to edit your photos to perfection. But supermodel Chrissy Teigen, for one, is done with all the tweaking.