"It's Okay Not to Look Like Everyone Else"
Let's admit it, no one is perfect. And because of society's beauty standards, most women tend to hide their flaws instead of accepting and embracing them completely.
Here, model Diana Veras gets real about how she learned to love herself, even though she looks different from what the public deems "beautiful". She also added that she felt better about herself after learning to accept her flaws, "I felt more confident with, like, everyday things because I wasn't so concerned with what I looked like."
Watch the empowering video below:
This story originally appeared on Femalenetwork.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.