Holly Cockerill has had enough of the new levels of fakery on social media. Taking to TikTok, Holly, who’s knowledgeable about the inner workings of the beauty industry, recently exposed her Instagram Vs. Reality selfies that had gone viral. “Social media is fake, don’t be fooled,” a caption of one of the videos had read.
Holly Cockerill, a social media creator, and makeup artist is using her photos to prove social media is fake.
The 27-Year-Old working as a support worker for people with learning disabilities got the inspiration to share the truth behind edited pics after she shared a few images years back when she had acne and got good responses from people who could relate. Holly told BoredPanda that she’s guilty of always scrolling through Instagram and seeing perfect selfies with the ideal life.
The 27-Year-Old has had enough of the fakery of perfect selfies with an ideal life.
It made her feel bad about herself, and she had constantly compared herself to the fake images. But just when she launched Instagram vs. real-life photos, it made her feel better, especially as most girls have claimed her posts were helping them. Holly believes beauty filters have a massive effect on people, including mental health problems. Her newest experiment [compiled below] hasn’t been used on her social media, and they preach having flaws, texture, and scars are NORMAL.
Holly doesn’t use the pictures on her social media.