You might assume that in typical starry fashion, the top photo was the one the artist sanctioned, and the bottom image one that she tried to stop being published.
You'd be wrong. Lorde herself tweeted both photos to her 1.3 million Twitter fans with the caption: "I find this curious - two photos from today, one edited so my skin is perfect and one real. Remember flaws are OK," followed by a smiley emoticon.
In a world filled with women airbrushed to perfection with no pimples and cellulite in sight, isn't it refreshing that Lorde is embracing what might be considered "flaws," but in reality are normal for a vast majority of teens - namely acne. So instead of every fan gazing up at a vision of utter perfection and wondering why their skin isn't as smooth and blemish-free, they look up and see she's just like them. What is even more remarkable is thatRead More »from The Latest Celebrity Who’s Reminding Teen Girls It’s OK to Have Flaws