Expert asks people to ‘keep it real’ while showing truths behind ‘perfect’ snaps

A wellness and emotional eating expert has gone on TikTok to share the truths behind the picture-perfect snaps posted by popular influencers.

Audra Baker, who shares advices on weight loss and helps women to stop emotional eating, said she is "keeping it real" for her followers as she showed the hacks.

In her video, she puts on a sporty outfit and slightly pulls down her yoga pant to show her tummy.

Audra says: "So these influencers you follow, you don't think they look like this sometimes or maybe even all the time except when they are showing off?

"Yes they do, it's called staging and angles."

She then starts adjusting her clothes and explains: "Look, anybody can buy a cute outfit — make them look cute.

"Pop their boobs up, turn to the side, make an angle…there it is, and suck it in.

"Listen it's fine if you want to follow people who try to look perfect all the times, but try to also follow people who are keeping it real."

Viewers praised Audra for showing the reality behind the Instagram and TikTok "filters" and appreciated her effort to explain to the younger generations.

One wrote: "I'm tired of seeing 20-year-olds giving fitness advice when at 20, most can eat and not exercise and still be thin and fit."

"Finally a real woman who tells all!" a second penned and a third shared: "I'm 5ft…it's all angles. People think I'm taller, nope, I'm short so angles are everything!"

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"Definitely need more of this truth!" a fourth added.

Meanwhile, a body-positive influencer proudly flaunted her "rolls" in a natural bikini snaps.

Ariella Nyssa wrote in a post: "Oh it feels so free to roll around on a beach and not care about if anyone can see my rolls or if my cellulite stands out too much.

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