We all have cellulite – that's why one curvy babe isn't afraid to show it off.
Ariella Nyssa is a body positive influencer who's known for sharing self-love advice with her 740,000 Instagram followers. She recently stunned her fans as she flashed her bum in a bikini to proudly show off her cellulite.
The influencer was told she looked "beautiful" as she smiled for the camera in a hot pink bikini. Frilly and flirty, she added a pop of colour to people's timelines and she shone very brightly.
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She looked super confident as she flaunted her bod in the slinky swimwear. With wavy hair and neutral makeup, she looked naturally beautiful as she revealed her unedited bod.
You can clearly see every curve of her body, as well as her natural skin texture. And by showing off her figure with pride, Ariella reminded people that every body is a bikini body.
Writing on Instagram, she said: "Cellulite never hurt no body. We’ve been taught to hate it, and for what? It’s beautiful. It’s like art."
Since she shared the sizzling snaps over 7,200 people have liked them – and her followers were quick to comment too. Her fans told her she posts the "most amazing content" by drawing attention to the topic of body image in such a positive way.
One person said: "Perfection." Another added: "You are a goddess."
A third replied: "I love cellulite. I think it looks sexy." Meanwhile, a fourth wrote: "Great view."
People love Ariella's content because she works to promote real, authentic bodies. In the pictures she sits and stands naturally, which means you're seeing what her body really looks like.
She doesn't suck in, edit her photos or make herself look leaner. Instead, she shows off her natural bod and highlights where her tummy naturally creases and rolls.
In a previous post, Ariella said: "How beautiful are our lumps and bumps? Honestly one of my favourite parts of a women’s body. Something we are forced to hate, something we are forced to be ashamed of. But… when you really look. And I mean REALLY look.. they are just the most beautiful forms of art."
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