While fitness models and their round booties are taking over Instagram, this blogger is trying to show the world that you shouldn’t believe that every Instagram photo represents real life.

Sara Puhto, a 20-year-old body-positive Finish blogger, shares expectations vs. reality pics revealing how much photo poses – a better angle or sucking your tummy in – could change in a pic. In every single one of her Instagram pictures, you can see a striking difference, making it hard to believe they’re the same girl at the same time. “Nobody’s booty looks round and peachy from all angles,” she writes. With hashtags like body confidence, be kind to yourself, and progress, not perfection, this influencer is trying to tell the world that beauty starts with self-love and those ‘perfectly fit’ pics on social media are not what our definition of ‘beauty’ should be. Keep on scrolling to check out some of Sara’s body-positive pics!

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Meet Sara Puhto – a 20-year-old body-positive blogger who is trying to show the world that you shouldn’t believe everything you see online

To show just that, she took two side by side pics just seconds apart, the only difference was her posture

“Nobody has abs or a flat tummy 24/7 when they sit down,” she writes


“The other day I saw an Instagram post by a celebrity who had clearly photoshopped their body to make it look more curvy”

“The beauty industry strives off our insecurities, and only shows so few body types, please don’t let this make you hate yourself”

“Clothing sizes have the ability to make us feel bad about ourselves when we’ve gone up a size and feel good when we’ve gone down a size”

“But I’ve realized that it actually doesn’t matter at all”

“Just because someone wears a smaller size than you doesn’t make them a better person or a more beautiful person”


“Clothing size doesn’t define you”


“You are beautiful no matter what size you wear!”

“Being you and having confidence is what makes you beautiful”

“Not what some beauty magazine portrays as beautiful”