Her Instagram post calls out the fact that most of the time, bikini pics on social media are a far cry from reality. Thanks to social media, exposure to photos of airbrushed models with seemingly perfect washboard abs is pretty much unavoidable. These ads and 'candid' photos can start to skew your reality of what's 'normal'—and make the idea of posting a bikini pic without any retouching or filters completely nerve-wracking.
Woman fined for tiny G-string bikini. From here on in, should be known as the year swimwear officially shrunk. Now a woman has discovered that while these barely-there bikinis look great on social media, the reality of wearing one in real-life is actually pretty awkward.
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On Wednesday and Thursday Oct. She was spotted on Wednesday wearing a white bikini that consisted of only slender strips of cloth covering her private parts, while she chose to don a red version of the outfit on Thursday. Local Filipinos, who were aghast at her indecent public exhibition, rapidly shared photos of the woman's racy outfit on social media.
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Lin Tzu Ting, 26, was on holiday with her boyfriend when she opted for the revealing garment - sparking shock with some locals who decided to call the police. A tourist was arrested and fined for wearing a skimpy string bikini to a popular tourist beach in the Philippines. Lin Tzu Ting, 26, was on holiday with her boyfriend when she opted for the revealing garment on Boracay island.
By Claudia Tanner For Mailonline. A study found they feel worse about their bodies when shown pictures of bikini or fashion models. They made them feel most conscious about their own stomach, followed by their overall weight, then waist, overall appearance and muscle tone.
A marketing company in Texas has come under fire after it shared a photograph of a prospective intern wearing a swimsuit on Instagram in an apparent attempt to shame her. But this is not doing you any favours in finding a professional job. Also, how is that photo unprofessional? There was no communication to her saying she was disqualified.