Paulina Porizkova posts a selfie to honor imperfections

Paulina Porizkova shared a photo of herself on Instagram with a message about celebrating imperfections.  (Photo: Gilbert Carrasquillo/FilmMagic)

Paulina Porizkova shared a photo of herself on Instagram with a message about celebrating imperfections. (Photo: Gilbert Carrasquillo/FilmMagic)

is to embrace our so-called “imperfections”.

The supermodel and anti-ageism activist, 57, shared a selfie yesterday, along with an important message.

“When I love someone, lover or friend, I find them the most beautiful people in the world”, the former America’s Next Top Model judge started. “Of course, I see and can admire their ‘perfections’, eyes, skin, legs, jaws, hair, lips – but it is their IMPERFECTIONS, their so-called flaws, that make me swoon. They are the ones that make me swoon. tender and faint of my love for them.

She called those imperfections the “very things that make them perfect – for ME.”

“They are what activates my feeling of love for them,” she concluded. “That’s what makes people BEAUTIFUL.”

Porizkova, who currently plays in alongside other celebrities like Full house alum Jodie Sweetin, received a lot of praise for her lyrics in the comments section.

One follower wrote: ‘Beautiful words and that’s a beautiful thought. All these imperfections are the things you get to know [about] someone when you REALLY know them. Another added: “Wow! What an amazing amazing idea for me to wake up to!!! It’s the flaws and quirks that make us so unique, but most find flaws even in ourselves.

Along with embracing the so-called “flaws” in others, Porizkova has long spoken of learning to love yourself, especially in a world that emphasizes youth.

In a post in honor of her 57th birthday, she wrote, “57 and proud of it. Age is actually a number, the number of years we’ve had the good fortune to be here to sample all that life has to offer. The number of years we have had to improve ourselves and by extension, the lives of those around us. Aging is truly a wonderful thing – and none of us, ever, should be anything but proud of our numbers.

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