This world has set its own standards for being beautiful. These standards are what we call the stereotypes. People who don’t match these sets rules or standards are always ridiculed and body shame. Men and women, both face the same problems throughout the world. Women are the ones who are very often criticized for the way they are. But there are some who have chosen to break every stereotype and prove everyone wrong. Be it their facial features of skin or body weight or anything as such, nothing ever made them disbelieve the fact that they are not beautiful.
Here are 16 beautiful women who broke all stereotypes to prove what they are!
Her real name is not known but her Instagram account which is run under the username ‘Em’ has plenty of beautiful pictures of hers. It must be noted that Elm suffers from vitiligo.
2. Aleece Wilson
“I never thought I was pretty enough to be a model because I never saw models who looked like me,” said Aleece once. But now, things have changed. The very things that made her look different turned out to be her USP.
3. Dru Presta
Short height is one of those stereotypes which needs to be broken. Dru Presta did just the same, she never made her short height take over her beauty.
4. Tabria Majors
Plus size models are breaking all the stereotypes in the world. Tabria is one of such gorgeous women.
5. Luna Schulze
People are often conscious of the way they smile. And those who are born with a gap between their teeth are literally afraid of smiling. Luna is not one of them. Her smile indeed is pretty.
Arina has large ears as compared to the preset rules of being beautiful. However, she does not hide them. She continues making the young girls believe that everyone is gorgeous and no one can take this from them.
7. Ilka Bruhl
People always made fun of the way she looked due to ectodermal dysplasia. But Ilka broke the stereotypes and made everyone realize how beautiful she is.
8. Ashley Soto
She is an inspiration to all the women. Diagnosed with Vitiligo, Ashley embraced her skin and has done many projects for body positivity.