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Hailey Bieber restricts her Instagram use to just TWO days a week due to insecurities

Hailey Bieber opened up about her decision to go without using Instagram during the week as she navigates insecurities and figuring out who she is ‘as a woman.’

In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar this week, the 24-year-old supermodel admitted how previously using the social media platform on a daily basis took a toll on her self-esteem and happiness. 

‘When it comes to social media, I’ve definitely gone through so much comparison,’ she reflected. ‘Comparing myself to other people, getting compared to other people, feeling like I need to have this type of body in order to feel good about myself.’ 

Honest: Hailey Bieber opened up about her decision to go without using Instagram Monday through Friday as she navigates insecurities and figure out who she is 'as a woman'

Honest: Hailey Bieber opened up about her decision to go without using Instagram Monday through Friday as she navigates insecurities and figure out who she is ‘as a woman’

She continued: ‘It can be such a dark hole that you go down, and it happens so quickly and easily.’ 

After years of trying to navigate the ‘weird rabbit hole’ of endlessly scrolling, the wife of Justin Bieber said she found herself becoming more and more critical of herself. 

‘The reality is that people show their best and hide the rest a lot of the time on social media. You’re only seeing a very small portion of what that person is allowing the world to see,’ the beauty reminded readers.  

Putting herself first: In a candid interview with Harper's Bazaar this week, the 24-year-old model admitted how using social media platform has taken a toll on her self-esteem

 Putting herself first: In a candid interview with Harper’s Bazaar this week, the 24-year-old model admitted how using social media platform has taken a toll on her self-esteem

Eventually, the former ballet dancer realized she needed to give herself ‘a break from’ at looking at herself and others to be the best version of herself. 

‘I’m only 24, and I’m still figuring out who I am as a woman. Who I am in my career. Who I am as a wife,’ she explained. ‘I had to start doing this thing where I don’t go on Instagram Monday through Friday.’ 

When something needs to be posted during the week, Hailey explained that an employee uploads the content.   

'I¿m only 24, and I¿m still figuring out who I am as a woman. Who I am in my career. Who I am as a wife,' she explained. 'I had to start doing this thing where I don¿t go on Instagram Monday through Friday'

‘I’m only 24, and I’m still figuring out who I am as a woman. Who I am in my career. Who I am as a wife,’ she explained. ‘I had to start doing this thing where I don’t go on Instagram Monday through Friday’

‘I had to remove myself. Everyone has insecurities,’ the bareMinerals ambassador said. ‘Just because people tell [me I’m] beautiful? That’s not how I see it, and that’s not how I feel all the time.’ 

While battling negative body image and toxic comparison has been challenging, she made it clear that she understands ‘it’s a continuous journey to love yourself.’ 

‘It doesn’t ever stop. I hope I’m on it even when I’m old and saggy. I hope I love myself then,’ she concluded. 

Similarly, her husband’s longtime on-again, off-again girlfriend Selena Gomez revealed she deleted Instagram from her phone because of how it affected her mental health in 2019. 

Beauty: Other cover girls for the issue included Liu Wen, who is widely recognized as China's first ever supermodel and one of the most successful Asian models in the industry

Beauty: Other cover girls for the issue included Liu Wen, who is widely recognized as China’s first ever supermodel and one of the most successful Asian models in the industry

While gracing the magazine’s cover, Hailey could be seen with her hair in two braids, a face full of freckles and wearing a silver sequined tank top.

Inside, she sported a black tuxedo jacket and gold metallic bra from Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello.

Additionally, she put on a leggy display in a pair of Boyarovskaya shorts, styled with a red Raf Simons blazer and pins as well as an Hermès bandeau.  

Cover girl: Precious Lee, the first Black curve model to appear on the pages of American Vogue, also landed a cover

Cover girl: Precious Lee, the first Black curve model to appear on the pages of American Vogue, also landed a cover

Other cover girls for the issue included Liu Wen, who is widely recognized as China’s first ever supermodel and one of the most successful Asian models in the industry. 

Precious Lee, the first Black curve model to appear on the pages of American Vogue, also landed a cover. 

‘There are so many beautiful, talented, gifted Black people who contribute so much to the world. And we deserve to be celebrated and seen,’ she said during her interview. 

Additionally, Rianne Van Rompaey appeared topless and spoke about finding it a ‘shame’ to see young girls ‘all trying to look the same way.’

Additionally, Rianne Van Rompaey appeared topless and spoke about finding it a 'shame' to see young girls 'all trying to look the same way'

Additionally, Rianne Van Rompaey appeared topless and spoke about finding it a ‘shame’ to see young girls ‘all trying to look the same way’

'I think it¿s so beautiful how different everybody looks. I wish people could celebrate that,' she told the magazine

‘I think it’s so beautiful how different everybody looks. I wish people could celebrate that,’ she told the magazine 


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