Curvy model felt ‘voiceless’ after brand photoshopped out her stretch marks

A curvy model has revealed how she was “disappointed” after she found out the brand she posed for photoshopped her stretch marks out.

Sarah Ostiguy often posts snaps of her envy-worthy outfits and her gorgeous face to her 56,000 Instagram followers.

But, in a recent post the model has opened up about the reality of posing for brands.

She explained that the unknown company edited out her stretch marks but did not tell them as she felt she had no “voice” as a model.

However, Sarah has now opened up about the ordeal that left her “disappointed."

The stunner stripped down to some frilly white undies to flaunt her body in all its natural glory – with her stretch marks on show.

She placed her hands on waist as she embraced her belly in the elegant matching set.

Sarah captioned the post: “I remember I did a photoshoot last year and the brand photoshopped my stretch marks out and I was so disappointed and I never told the brand because I didn’t feel I had a voice as a model.”

Despite her stretch marks being erased in the modelling snap, the babe has urged her fans to love theirs.

She said: “But I wanted you to know that I like my stretch marks, they are real, they are nothing to be ashamed of and they certainly don’t make me any less beautiful.”

Inspired by the model’s post, many people rushed to the comments to praise the beauty for speaking out on the subject.

One person commented: “You are so beautiful.”

Another user added: “Yesss!!!! You're gorg.”

Whilst a third voiced: “Stretch marks are our story! There’s nothing to be ashamed of.

“They don’t make us any less beautiful. Thank you for sharing this.”

Someone else praised: “That's right and you look amazing.”

Meanwhile, a fifth declared: “You are so beautiful Sarah.”

Elsewhere, an influencer says 'every body is a bikini body' as she flashes tum in beach wear.

And, a size 22 model 'paid a fortune to be fat' flaunts curves in sexy swimwear.

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