Cada mes surgen nuevos desafíos en redes sociales, algunos geniales como #MannequinChallenge y otros terribles como el de las cien capas. Pero pocas veces los retos de Instagram tienen fines solidarios o de concienciación de aceptación social. Este es el caso del #InsideOutChallenge, en el que se busca crear maquillajes de fantasía que expresen los sentimientos (de forma visual) de las personas que padecen alguna enfermedad o trastorno mental. Y estos son los sorprendentes resultados.
#Repost @themightysite with @repostapp ・・・ This is powerful. @bat.barbie: "I inherited depression and anxiety disorders from my mom, who inspires me constantly to keep moving forward. It doesn't have to be a dark mystery! Everyone's experience is different. The more the social stigma lifts, the better. Thanks and praise to everyone who helps humanity toward this goal." #insideoutchallenge #anxiety #blackandwhite #portrait #youarenotalone #mentalhealth #mentalillness #mentalhealthawareness #depression #endthestigma #stopthestigma #breakthestigma #makeupchallenge
Mientras que las enfermedades físicas tienen mucha mayor visibilidad a nivel social, con los trastornos mentales existe todavía mucho tabú. Las enfermedades como ansiedad o depresión no pueden verse, por lo que a menudo se tachan de inexistentes. En los últimos años, actrices como Demi Lovato, que sufre en sus carnes las consecuencias de la bipolaridad, han roto una lanza a favor de este tipo de problemas.
A few weeks ago my partner and I attended my Christmas staff party. After dinner I experienced an anxiety attack and we decided to leave. I chose to disappear quietly without drawing much attention to myself. I spent the rest of the night holding on to my partner and crying, mentally battling the anxiety until it went away. The next day I was incredibly worried that my workmates were going to question my quick disappearance. I asked my partner what to say when faced with these questions, and without much thought she said to say that I had a headache. I agreed but quickly questioned my decision. Why did I have to be ashamed and lie about my anxiety attack? So many wonderful and amazing people suffer from the same mental illnesses that I do on a daily basis. Why can't we just talk about it openly? This experience along with many others inspired my "Inside Out Challenge". Mental illness shouldn't have to be hidden away, let's start to talk about it. ❤️ #endthestigma #letstalkaboutit _______________________________________________ PRODUCTS USED: @katvondbeauty "Shade+Light Eye" palette + @morphebrushes 35P palette, @nyxcosmetics @nyxcosmetics_canada black liquid liner, @limecrimemakeup "Fetish" velvetine, @hudabeauty "Scarlett" lashes, @kryolanofficial Aqua colours palette _______________________________________________ #kvdlook #katvondbeauty #morphebrushes #morphe35b #nyxcosmetics #kryolan #kryolanprofessionalmakeup #limecrime #limecrimemakeup #makeup #instamakeup #bellletstalk #beauty #instabeauty #mua #makeupartist #makeupaddict #makeupbyme #mentalhealth #anxiety #selflove #positivevibes #insideoutchallenge #mentalillness #instagood #instamood #motd
Ahora ha sido el turno de la artista canadiense Yasaman Gheidi, que ha creado el hashtag #InsideOutChallenge para hacer visualmente comprensibles las enfermedades mentales. Con este reto se traducen las sensaciones y sentimientos de los trastornos a algo que todos podemos ver: maquillaje. Y uno muy diferente al que estamos acostumbrados, con rostros maquillados por mitades que muestran las dos caras de una persona con problemas mentales: la que vemos y la que ellos sufren por dentro.
#WhyIMarch A collaboration with @themakeupmantra We were inspired by The @womensmarch happening across the Planet today and a concept inspired by the @lilmoonchildd #insideoutchallenge I used: @meltcosmetics Rust Stack + Love Sick & Neon, Stepford Lipstick @lora_arellano @danabomar @morphebrushes Jaclyn Hill Favorites Palette & Lipstick Nick palette @jaclynhill @katvondbeauty Tattoo Liner in Mad Max Brown @thekatvond @urbandecaycosmetics Perversion Liner & All Nighter Setting Spray @anastasiabeverlyhills Dip Brow Pomade in "Chocolate" & Clear Brow Gel, Cream and Original Contour Kits @norvina @colourpopcosmetics TooLips, Ellarie & Frenchie Lippies Pencils @gerardcosmetics Ruby Slipper Hydra Matte Lipstick @tartecosmetics Lights, Camera, Lashes Mascara, Authentic Highlight, Moment Blush, and Pearl Earring Eye Shadow @itcosmetics CC+ Foundation @smashboxcosmetics Under Eye Primer & BB Cream Eyes Concealer @hourglasscosmetics No. 28 Primer @ardell_lashes Demi Whispies
My interpretation of what it feels like to live with Adjustment Disorder. Seeing all the beautiful posts for the #insideoutchallenge gave me the courage to tell my own story. Dealing with the pressure to be perfect strips away parts of our personal identities. Before I sought out help, I had been struggling with anxiety and depression for months on my own. I was afraid of my problems becoming real, and I was afraid of the strong face I showed my family and friends becoming tarnished. I'm glad social media trends like this one exist for multiple reasons: they let people struggling know that they are not alone, they help raise awareness of mental illness, and they fight the stigma against it. You don't need to be perfect to be loved 💕 #endthestigma #1in5
#insideoutchallenge (@lilmoonchildd started the challenge! Thank you 💖) I suffer from bipolar disorder and anxiety. My illnesses aren't on the outside,they're on the inside. You can't see them,so you think they're not real,but they are. My anxiety leaves me tired,it gets me so wound up I almost always end up crying because I can't handle certain things or certain situations. It keeps me inside cancelling plans with friends or making excuses because I'm afraid to disappoint people or make them mad. And when I do go out and I do try to have a normal life it drains me because I run myself ragged making sure I'm pleasing people. My bipolar disorder is like this inky black darkness that's inside me and it just oozes out at the flip of a switch and I have no control over it. It makes me say and do things I don't want to say or do. Both make me feel ways I don't want to feel. I have no control over who I am sometimes. I have my good days and my bad days. Some days I love life and I love waking up and some days I'm wishing I was dead or trying to be dead because there never seems to be any other way out. But I get up every day and I fight because you can't let your illnesses define you,you can't let them take who you are. You can't let them keep you down. You can't give up. You've got one life to live so fight for it,and when you're down for the count,and you can't fight anymore tag someone in to fight for you,let people help,let people in. I'm not always glitter and hope and happiness and love. I'm not always okay. I'm not always what you see. But I try. I sincerely try. And that's all you can do. Don't give up. #makeup #nyxcosmetics #hardcandycosmetics #cotyairspunpowder #samulet #toofacedcosmetics #anastasiabeverlyhills #elfcosmetics #motd #challengeaccepted #bipolar #anxiety
I did this makeup months ago, but was too afraid to upload it then (in October for mental illness awareness month.) So I am uploading it now for the #insideoutchallenge started by @lilmoonchildd I was diagnosed with bipolar 1 disorder when I was 15, after several years of struggling. I went through years and years of therapy with a focus on coping skills: knowing how to cope with both my depressive and manic phases. It's been a long, rocky road for me and I have no idea where I'd be right now had it not been for the support I received from my mother. 2 hospitalizations, several scars and years of intensive therapy later and... I think I'll be okay. I think I can handle this life, despite the challenges. I'm always afraid to talk about my bipolar. I know there's a stigma towards alternative people being "crazy" and I know there's a stigma in general towards bipolar. It really is time for that to change. #endthestigma #letstalkaboutit 🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇🦇 Lips: @blackmooncosmetics in "Armageddon" and @limecrimemakeup in "black velvet" Eyelashes: @sugarpill That's all I can remember for sure, I'm sorry! #goth #gothgoth
A visual interpretation of depression from the creator of the #insideoutchallenge, @lilmoonchildd: ・・・ "It's like a deep dark spiral in my head. The thing with depression is that people think we're lazy, that we just want to stay in bed all day and feel sorry for ourselves. They think that if we wanted to we could just get up and suddenly feel better. When you're depressed it feels like there are extremely heavy weights attached to every part of your body, so seemingly effortless everyday tasks feel incredibly strenuous. Sometimes just sitting up in bed takes so much energy and mental pep talk, and sometimes the dull ache of it blocks away any motivation to get up for school or go to work. Those of us with mental illnesses have to battle our own minds everyday! Just take a moment to realize how incredibly difficult that is to do! People think we're weak or lazy, but in reality we are moving mountains every single day!!! People don't look at people with other visible illnesses and judge that person's character based on their illness, so why is there still so much judgement and stigma around mental illness? I challenge you to take the #insideoutchallenge, to show others what your mental illness looks and feels like or support others as an ally through participating. Together we CAN chip away at this stigma, we CAN make a difference, and we CAN make the world a kinder place."
I came across a challenge today, that I can really relate to and could not pass up the chance to be a part of something so inspirational. @lilmoonchildd inspired me to express something that not too many people feel free to express of themselves or share, the inner struggle they face everyday. I had a lapse for a bit over a year, where I couldn't get myself motivated to do anything. Depression for me feels as if my mind is clouded with storm clouds and I'm drowning in my thoughts. Finding the beauty in everything and my family is what helps me to not allow depression or anxiety to take hold over my life. Love yourself and love those you have around you. Be open to the possibilities in life. #depression #anxiety #mentalhealth #bebrave #vulnerable #innerself #love #family #innerdemons #embraceyourself #beyou #insideoutchallenge #letstalkaboutit #inspire
You expect people to expect you to just keep quiet about your illness and keep it to yourself like it's some sort of taboo, and if you did speak up about it, you'll probably be labeled as 'overreacting', 'drama queen' and think that you would lose the people you love. So you sew your mouth shut out of fear. But what you don't realize is that the more you keep it to yourself, the more it destroys who you are, inside and outside as well. You pull yourself away from the people who matter to you because you're scared they might think and feel lesser about you. You'll end up unable to eat or sleep at night because those negative thoughts keep coming, and no matter how much you try to stop them, you'll feel that what they're saying is true. Come morning, you'll try to hide your dark circles underneath your makeup, your scars underneath your sleeves, and you carve out a smile for the world to see just how normal you are. You're trying to muffle out your body's cry for help. But there's hope for you. Maybe your scars were meant to be noticed. To get help from someone doesn't mean you're lacking, it means you're brave, it's a step towards loving yourself. Don't suffer in silence. There's always a way. I am lucky to have been aware enough that i wasnt able to deal with it alone and im grateful to have friends and family who are supportive and are always there when i was at my lowest with my random fits and episodes. I bet you do too. #InsideOutChallenge #EndTheStigma #LetsTalkAboutIt
En Trendencias Belleza | Kelsie Swygart, la chica que creó polémica con su maquillaje.