Being a daughter of celebrity parents is sometimes as hard as being the celebrity itself - the glamorous life with its impossible beauty standards is hardly inevitable. Even reading tabloids may push you into becoming somebody else. That’s what Tallulah Willis, daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, had experienced. “I’m diagnosed with body dysmorphia with reading those stupid f—ing tabloids when I was like 13 and feeling like, I was ugly, like always,” told the 20-year-old blogger of Clothing Coven to StyleLikeU for The What's Underneath Project.
Since then, she started to dress differently to get people’s attention. “It was like denim short shorts, and push up bras so they were sticking to my neck,” mentioned Tallulah before she came to the consciousness that those ways of dressing led her to self-starving. It was not until a year ago when she finally acknowledge her own natural beauty after putting on a simple button-up and pants. It is undeniable that her witty expression and stirring story in the video will leave you nothing but inspiration. Truth is, we all gotta be smart with the tabloid contents that we consume, 'cause a single wrong step might lead to a whole new level of regrets.