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Glamour’s hashtagBlendOutBullying Campaign


As hashtags go, this is among the most meaningful and interesting hashtags: speaking out for a good cause, reaching out to victims of bullying, breaking down stigmas, owning the past, boosting confidence, getting your blush on, and all in a single #.

IMG_20181118_075755_563.JPGStarring Megan Barton-Hanson, Chidera Eggerue, Heather Moorehouse, Chessie King, Sophia Mitchell, Carly Rowena, Glamour’s #BlendOutBullying is inspired by blogger, Nabela Noor’s December 2017 video, which showed her blending away hateful words said to her by online trolls, to reveal a stunning make-up look.

IMG_20181118_075805_946.JPGIMG_20181118_075735_506.JPGIMG_20181118_075715_314.JPGIMG_20181118_075746_502.JPGAccording to the UK magazine, the #BlendOutBullying involves highlighting the worst thing anyone’s ever said to you online and owning it by putting those words on your face and blending them into a gorgeous makeup look. Whether you use the words as contour, write a word on your lip and blend it in, or use concealer to cover up ink, it’s all about taking back the power from the bullies and creating an inspiring video to encourage others to do the same.

So here we go with some words to get you by-
Fat = Foundation
Slut = Setting
Man = Moisturize
Dumb = Define
Saggy = Shimmer
Cry Baby = Conceal
Crazy = Contour
Bitch = Blend

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