Sorry not sorry! Demi Lovato isn’t afraid to get candid about natural beauty on social media, and we’re living for it. Recently, the 27-year-old shared a couple of s’exy bikini photos on Instagram, and she wanted to let her followers know that the snaps were not photoshopped or retouched in any way.
This isn’t the first time the brunette beauty has been vocal about her beauty standards, either. After followers on social media attacked Demi, she decided to speak her truth about her flaws and all.
This past year, the “Confidence” crooner has been getting her life in order ever since she was found unconscious at her Hollywood home in July 2018 after she suffered an accidental drug overdose. The Grammy nominee stayed in the hospital for weeks before she decided to check herself into rehab.
However, it seems like Demi is doing great these days since she recently revealed she was going to be dropping some new music soon. Also, the Disney alum apparently went on a date with Bachelor fan favorite Mike Johnson, so it’s safe to say she is thriving right now.
RAW AND REAL
“This is my biggest fear. A photo of me in a bikini unedited. And guess what, it’s CELLULIT!!!!” she wrote on September 5. “I’m just literally sooooo tired of being ashamed of my body, editing it (yes, the other bikini pics were edited — and I hate that I did that, but it’s the truth). So, that others think I’m THEIR idea of what beautiful is, but it’s just not me.
BATHING SUIT BEAUTY
“No photoshop please and thank you. Also big thanks to @izabelag4 and @maremareswimw for my new fave bikini … y’all know my thing for leopard print bikinis and now, of course, lime green,” she wrote on September 14 of her sizzling pool attire.
“We all have problem areas. I’m always going to have thick thighs. I can’t change that and obsessing over it will only make miserable” she told Fitness magazine. “Learning to be grateful for our bodies and taking care of them are the best ways for us to empower ourselves physically, mentally and spiritually.”
STRONGER THAN EVER
“It helps to even look in the mirror — and it sounds so cheesy — but if you just look in the mirror and say, ‘You are beautiful,’ and ‘You are worthy,’ those things really help you,” she previously said in her documentary called Stay Strong.