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These People Learned the Hard Way That Skimping on Beauty Procedures Is a Bad Idea

By Mustafa Gatollari

If you've ever scrolled through your Instagram feed and felt completely inadequate about the way you look, then you're not alone. That's basically me every time I log in and make the mistake of checking out other people's posts.

Their skin is flawless, the proportions on their bodies are just wild — I don't even know how dudes manage to look so good in sweatpants and a white t-shirt, every time I walk outside in them people assume I'm going to ask them if they could spare any change.

It's only natural to want some of that beauty for yourself. So maybe you start cleaning up what you've been eating or you hit the gym a bit more. Maybe you start a simple skin care routine every night before you go to bed or look up some YouTube tutorials on how to get your eyebrows even more fleek-ish. We all have that specific "glow" we're going for.