19-Year-Old Undergraduate Attacked Online For Difference Without Makeup, Victoria Katei Told To Kill Herself
We all know what magic makeup can do to someone. Yes, it transforms you, giving a brand new facial identity sometimes. It boosts the confidence of most ladies (ok, and some girly boys). Ask Victoria Katei, a chemistry student from Houston, Texas and she’ll tell you both the positives and the negatives as she’s learnt. The 19-year-old was attacked online for difference without makeup. The beauty influencer was even told to kill herself!
Read some comments below.
However, despite the trolls feasting on Victoria Katei, she fought back.
“Me being cute vs. me being cute.
Recently it seems like so many people have something to say about the way I look with or without make or about the fact that I don’t post pictures without makeup. Accounts have been posting pictures of me with makeup versus no makeup telling me I’m a catfish and that I’m hideous. People in the comments telling me to kill my self because I’m lying about my looks. Telling me that no one will love me becuase I’m so ugly and have to wear makeup to cover my “real face”. And as this has happened I learned what people say about you has so much more to do with them as a person than it does you as an individual. First I want to clarify: I love the way I look in makeup and out of makeup. I don’t wear makeup to hide or to “catfish” people because I don’t give a shit what any guy or girl has to say about how I look. And I’m not going to lie it gets to me, some comments are so vile they make me cry but I always remind myself that I’m more than my looks. I’m a girl who goes to school and studies constantly who listens to music and hangs with friends im a girl who will stay in bed all day and binge watch Netflix. I’m a girl who is happy some days then angry and sad the next. I’m a normal human being.There so many girls who say they look up to me, who say they wish they were as pretty as me but looks aren’t what make you pretty. Your hobbies, your passions, and your mind are what make you who you are and being uniquely you makes you beautiful. makeup is a passion of mine and this is the platform I choose to express that and if you don’t like that feel free to unfollow because I’m never going to apologize for being me.”
“Becuase I’m tired of trying to explain myself in the comments 😪
Also thank you to everyone who has said kind words I love yall💕💕”.
The big question Amebo Book readers, is the use of makeup an act of deceit?
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