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And if you're plugged into the digital space like myself, you're probably around a smartphone or webcam every day.
Plastic surgery is obviously the most extreme response to fixing the "flaws." And I'm just not there.
So, I set out see if could I cure my Facebook Effect by simply learning my angles.
Most of her viewers right now are her "friends," who seem happy just to hang out, listen to her talk, and reminisce about their shared stories. "People still come into my room asking about the coffee stand," says Eevie.It’s best to have multiple sources of light, and make sure none of them are shining directly at you. Smack dab in the middle was this close-up shot of myself. My name is Amanda, and I suffer from a syndrome I call the "Facebook Effect." The more intertwined I become with social media or any other image-heavy platform, the more obsessed I become with my appearance. Doctors say Facebook and video-chatting tools like Skype and Face Time have partly fueled this decade’s boom in plastic surgery.Especially now that everyone is heading off to or back to school all over the country. Key among these are that people often end up disappointed with how they look when the chat opens.All of the sudden your Skype date has an emergency cousins sisters dog to pick up from the airport.