7 Biggest Lies on Instagram – It Is Not What You Think It Is

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is full of perfect pictures of perfect people in their perfect houses. But how much of it is actually true? Have you ever thought how much time did they spend to make their room look cute? Or their meal? Majority of these pictures were not taken accidentally. 

Nexter.org decided to shed some light on this issue.

“I got this perfect pic on the first try!”

Source: /ansel

Taking a selfie is much easier than taking any other photo of yourself and when you see that many people are posting their perfect ones saying they didn’t even try to make it look good you think it’s even easier. But then you try it and you have to make 375 photos to find that perfect one. So here’s the thing. Everybody does that. 

Ansel Elgort posted 17 photos to his Instagram, showing his followers what his camera roll looks like. So yeah, even big movie can’t take a perfect selfie on the first try.   

 

“Everything I eat is perfect.”

Source: Peden + Munk

Everybody seems to eat only “cute” food. But many people spent hours to organize their table, make it look perfect or perfectly messy and only then they can eat it. From a nice meal with your friends, it turns into chaotic dance around the table and we’re not sure it’s worth it.

 

“Random products always just lie by my side.” 

Source: /kendalljenner

Oh, sweet, sweet product placement. Nowadays, it is so hard to tell who actually loves and uses the product they advertise and who’s just being paid to say that.

Here’s Kendall Jenner’s photo with a tube of Proactiv casually placed nearby. She used the #proactive_ambassador hashtag which shows us that that’s an ad but how do we know she actually ever used this product?  

 

“Things that require skill are super easy!” 

Source: /ABBYROBERTSARTISTRY

Whether it’s applying makeup or baking a cake everything seems so easy! The video is like 30 seconds long and complemented with uplifting or energetic music which makes you believe that you can go ahead and repeat it right away and it’ll take you 30 secs as well. But all these things actually require a lot of skills and knowledge. 

 

“My room is perfect!”

Source: /thedesignchaser

Every picture of somebody’s room looks like a screenshot from a movie. Many plants, lights, neons, books they maybe didn’t even read. But have you ever seen this place not on the edited photo on ? Probably not. So, don’t idealize it, not all people live in such aesthetic bubbles.

  

“I wear only cute clothes.”

Source: /EmilyMohsie 

“Oh don’t mind me casually throwing trash away in this wonderful nightgown.”  Trending hashtags like #ootd or #instafashion constantly show us people wearing the most aesthetic and beautiful clothes possible. But don’t forget that many of these people put on these clothes solely to take a photo in it and then they’ll go back to a basic t-shirt. 

 

“I’m perfect.”

Source: YouTube/Carmel Nadia

Oh, the almighty king of – Facetune. You can literally transform into another person. You can change your eye color, body shape, pose, EVERYTHING.  And it can be very unhealthy. People get used to their Insta image and start hating their real one. 

Remember that contrasting your pics and adding more light or shade is fine, but changing your face is not. Everybody has acne, black spots, oily or dry skin and it is OKAY. You are already perfect just the way you are. 

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7 Biggest Lies on Instagram - It Is Not What You Think It Is
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7 Biggest Lies on Instagram - It Is Not What You Think It Is
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Instagram is full of perfect pictures of perfect people in their perfect houses. But how much of it is actually true? Have you ever thought how much time did they spend to make their room look cute? Or their meal? Majority of these pictures were not taken accidentally.  Nexter.org decided to shed some light on this issue.
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