Reddit users have started mocking the polished side of social media by posting before and after pictures of themselves. The subreddit has previously been highlighted by the Anomalous club here, here, and here. We simply had to publish a follow-up because these women had added so many fresh jewels!
1. Goddess of Magic, Giver of Life *throws Up*
2. Practicing using eyeliner.
3. The Two Types Of Snaps I Give My Husband.
In 2012, the “Pretty Girls Making Ugly Faces” subreddit was established as a place where ladies could post the ugliest images they could muster. It was made after the fad started on Tumblr in 2011, claims the online archive “Know Your Meme.” Numerous double chins, crooked teeth, and puckered lips appeared on people‘s feeds, defying the unattainable beauty standards and demonstrating that nobody can always look flawless. Before anyone wonders, yes, males also follow the trend!
4. The Jolene The Jolene Jolene, Jolene, Jolene
5. Reality vs. Instagram.
6. I’m sure you want me.
The images in this list are intended to make you laugh out loud, but they also serve as a reminder to
everyone that even the most attractive people can have an unattractive side. After all, we’ve long heard about how idealized beauty standards and body ideals are presented in both social and mainstream media, which affects how we perceive our own. When we give in to the seduction of the mindless scroll and fail to remember that what we see online isn’t always genuine, it might affect how we see ourselves and how we evaluate other people.
7. Three raccoons fighting over a piece of cornbread, if My Mental State Were An Image.
8. In comparison to when I take my own photos when someone else takes my photo.
9. A Present for You
Online, people frequently oversell their lives and present an unbalanced, polished picture of themselves. This could have severe repercussions and cause anxiety, sadness, eating problems, or have other detrimental effects on our mental health. According to 227 female university students who participated in a survey, when they surf Facebook, they frequently have negative opinions about their attractiveness.
10. Tw: Abhorrent. I have no idea how I managed to do this.
11. I’ve been honing and perfecting my ugly faces up until a beautiful day allowed me to show you my masterpiece.
12. The Tank Engine Maddy.
13. I Defeat This Sub, Definitely! Poor My Boyfriend.
14. Instagram scrolling appearance compared. the photo you post
15. Beaker by night, a teacher by day.
‘The subreddit really belongs to the users and wouldn’t exist without them, Sinkingfast said in a previous interview.
16. Possibly not the prettiest, but definitely in the running for ugly!
17. This Gave Me So Much Laughter.
18. Don’t worry, I chose the attractive person before letting my inner ugly out.
They emphasized how people are frequently judged by their looks, attire, and mannerisms in society. This may result in rash decisions that are frequently incorrect. Even in the social media age, there are only so many lives you can peep into.