Recently, a trend has taken place on social media where makeup artists all over the world are transforming their faces to “Bratz Doll.”
There are about 60,000 posts of this challenge that are trending on Instagram. But there’s this one Pakistani Makeup artists who has made her own trend and followed her own rules!
Nida Ahmed, a Pakistani Makeup artist came with an incredible message to deal with the online-harassers.
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Everyone was doing the #bratzchallenge but I wanted to share this before getting into that challenge. DO NOT BE That person who likes to bring other people down. DO NOT! Your words could have such a negative impact on someone that people end up taking their life. STOP BEING THE REASON OF SOMEONE’S LOW ESTEEM, STOP BEING THE REASON FOR SOMEONE’S SUICIDE. STOP! It is said that if you have nothing good to say then don’t say it at all. It is none of your business how someone looks. Being fat is not a crime, being short is not a sin, having acne is not weird, having a dark complexion is not ugly, being skinny is not wrong. STOP LABELING PEOPLE WITH MEAN WORDS!!!! Not everyone is strong to take those words and not bother about them. I am strong today because I fought against it all but not everyone has the power to fight against it. Body shaming or character shaming is not right. Understand this. Respect people and love them for who they are. Do not give unsolicited advice on issues that do not concern you. Everyone is different and learn to accept those differences. Oh why don’t you diet? Oh, you know this is not healthy? Oh, try a fairness cream maybe? Oh, why don’t you eat food, why are u so skinny? Oh, go to a doctor, you have so much acne. Oh, start hanging from the tree to increase your height. Oh oh oh oh!!! STOP!!!!! Please STOP with these ohs.. Live peacefully and let people live. This had been in my heart for so long and I got inspired by @makeupbyidda ‘s post and thought to share my opinion regarding this. And always remember one thing, YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL! No matter what anyone says, YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL!!!! #blushitupbynida #heart2heartwithnida #positivity #bodyshaming ##bodypositivity #creativemakeup #bhcosmetics #nyxcosmetics #katvondbeauty #hudabeauty #anastasiabeverlyhills #abhbrows #gerardcosmetics #brokenface #maskmakeup #iambeautiful #stopbullying #unleashyourinnerartist #parhlopink #mangobazz
This image speaks volume! The image itself is so strong, so just wonder over the fact that how strong it’s message would be!
Nida Ahmed highlighted the main muddle of social media through her caption. As they say, social media can be a curse for some and a blessing for some. At least once in our lives, we all have been back lashed by the people we think care about us. Such sensitive remarks mostly come from the people we know who think it’s OKAY to make a joke out of everything. What they don’t know is that their words are more like a slow poison that kills a person’s self-esteem and crashes down their confidence.
The keyboard warriors can literally only sit back behind a screen and pass comments because they’re THAT lifeless.
Nida Ahmed further added that she was inspired by Ida of Makeup by Ida who came out with a similar post.
It’s absolutely amazing how these makeup artists are using such challenges to bring a good change in the society and a trend that has a strong message to convey through social media does no harm at all.
All that we need to care about is what we say because our tongue are more like an armor. It can mend or break hearts. So we need to use it carefully. Especially when mental health awareness has become the main topic of today’s generation, and it’s pretty crystal clear about the number of people ending their lives due to depression! So learn to be humble with your words. In a world where you can be anything, be kind. It costs you nothing.