Girl’s make-up selfie goes viral for its strong message
One girl’s make-up selfie has gone viral for all the right reasons this week.
Kerry Whittaker, was working in Asda when she overheard a woman making nasty comments about her appearance.
Taking to Facebook, she revealed that the mother was talking to her daughter about Kerry, calling her a state.
Sharing a photo of herself in her uniform with her make-up from that day, she wrote:
“Why are girls so nasty???? So I’m sat in work today minding my own, and I over hear a woman talking to what I presume is her 14 yr old daughter. They’re sniggering laughing [and] saying ‘have you seen the state on that? Who comes to work to sit on a checkout looking like that… don’t know who she thinks she is?’ 1st of all. Why would you find that acceptable? I’m not harming nobody. Would you say the same about a girl who has problems with her skin and spots on her face. I doubt it. “
“Why don’t you lead by example to your daughter about empowering other women rather than tearing them down? In this society the last thing we need to be doing to each other as humans is judging people based on looks. When you can do a cut crease as sick as this then come back to me and tell me I look like sh*t. Girl Bye P.S extra photos of my super fleeky look (sic).”
Fair play to her, we think she is dead right.