The Loose Women star has been praised for her openness about the realities of motherhood since giving birth to her son in May.
Missguided was roundly praised when it stopped airbrushing its models' stretch marks and released a totally unretouched campaign last year – and now there is another reason to cheer on the brand: its body-positive mannequins. The high street fashion retailer has introduced a diverse array of mannequins representing a range of ethnic backgrounds and featuring natural body features, including stretch marks and vitiligo, Campaign reports. The figures were created in-house with help from makeup artists and will be on show in the brand's two stores in Westfield Stratford City, London and Bluewater Shopping Centre, Kent.
People online are happy to know that even the most beautiful women in the world have flaws. A new example: the Brazilian model and mom who wore the Champagne Nights Fantasy Bra but also showed her imperfections.
Digital collage artist Sara Shakeel wants to shine a new, positive light on stretch marks. So, she’s turning them into glitter marks.
Stretch marks are kind of a given when it comes to having a baby. “It is ultimately a tear in the skin,” explains laser and skincare expert Debbie Thomas. Unfortunately the consensus is that you’re never going to eliminate your chances of getting stretch marks or remove them completely once they’re there.