Jacqueline Jossa says we ‘lose ourselves’ when editing selfies as she shares before-and-after snaps

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Jacqueline Jossa has voiced her opinions on people who over-edit their photographs by changing facial features.

The 27 year old, who is currently on a gorgeous beach holiday with her husband Dan Osborne and their kids, took to her Instagram Stories to share her thoughts with her 2.9million followers.

The star first shared a quote, which read: "I can't believe us girls sit and compare ourselves to s**t that isn't even REAL. We're idolising fake a**es, fake t*ts, fake noses, fake waists, edited skin, edited eyes. That's literally like crying because you don't live the same life as a cartoon. ITS NOT F**KIN REAL MAN. S**t".

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With this in mind, the brunette beauty decided to give her fans a demonstration on how changing the smallest of details on a photo can make you look completely different.

Wearing a strapless pink dress, the star explained: "I'm just gonna to show you a video about something. I was playing about on this – it's called Facetune – it's an app a lot of people use to like edit a lot of their photos.

"Obviously you can just like brighten your eyes and stuff like that. But I just wanted you guys to know and see how easy it is and how you can't really tell and that everybody does it."

Jacqueline, who recently shrieked during a new TikTok challenge with 29 year old Dan, continued: "So you know when you're looking at somebody and think they look flawless and absolutely amazing? The majority of the time they don't.

"Yeah, so I done a little video. It's like the slightest changes. I made my nose a little bit smaller, made my lips a little bit bigger and I basically put a full face of make up on. Really subtly though so it all looks like normal. But don't be fooled."

The mum-of-two then played a clip revealing how she edited a picture of herself, showing the before-and-after results of the touch-ups she described. The video saw Jacqueline's nose go smaller, lips grow fuller, skin go smoother and portrayed her with a full face of make up on.



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"Now I would do a body one but I haven't got a clue how to do it. I can't work out how you make the waist smaller. All I know is how to smooth. I'm a beginner at this thing. Interesting, innit? Just the tiniest little change," she said.

Jacqueline then made a point to explain that she's not against editing a photo if you're self-conscious about a blemish on your skin. She simply takes issue with people changing their facial features.

She continued: "But yeah, I don't actually have any problem with brightening your eyes and hiding a spot or whatever blemish.

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"But when you start changing actual features like your nose and your lips or your actual eyebrows in that video – just the slightest bit but it does make a difference – I think that's crazy.

"When you start actually getting your waist tiny and making your hips look bigger, which a lot of people do, it just gets a bit mad."

Jacqueline added: "I'm all for it, like I understand that some people are insecure and they wanna edit their pictures and I do get it. But what I mean is that we're losing ourselves a little bit in that sense."

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