Chidera Eggerue is one 23-year-old lady who has been able to attain a level of confidence and body security that is very admirable. Fed up with the constant pressure for perfect breasts, she launched the hashtag ‘saggy boobs matter’, ultimately with the aim to challenge the way the world views women’s bodies.
#BlendOutBullying involves highlighting the worst thing anyone’s ever said to you online and owning it by putting those words on your face and blending them into a gorgeous makeup look. You too can be a part of the movement by joining the conversation here.
The dazed 100 activist is in full support of the movement as she weighs in her experience with cyberbullying and also shares with Glamour why being body confident doesn’t mean you are immune to feeling hurt when strangers release their “demons” on you. According to her, “we don’t have to prove ourselves to anybody in order to feel beautiful”.
Use the words as contour, write it on your lip and blend it in, or use concealer to cover up ink, it’s all about taking back the power from the bullies and creating an inspiring video to encourage others to do the same.
Watch the full campaign video below