Lorde Calls Out Use of Photoshop, Tweets: Flaws Are Okay

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Lorde, we are all on your team.

For the second time in a few weeks, this 17-year old has used the power of social media to send an important message to her young followers:

Be proud of who you are... flaws and all.

In February, Lorde posted a picture of herself in bed with acne cream, showing off her warts for millions of followers; and now she's called out a photo agency for trying to pretend as if the singer has a perfect complexion.

On Sunday, the Grammy winner shared two contrasting images of herself from her performance at Lollapalooza in Chile, one of which Photoshopped away her zits and the other of which put them on full display.

See the images in question below:

Lorde Acne Pic

"i find this curious," Lorde wrote as a caption. "two photos from today, one edited so my skin is perfect and one real. remember flaws are ok."

Pretty cool of her, no?

A few weeks ago, Ashley Benson similarly called out ABC Family for using photoshop on a Pretty Little Liars poster and giving fans a false idea of how she and her castmates look.

We applaud these famous young women for taking such a stance and we encourage readers to flip through other photos of stars with no makeup on:

Lorde Without Makeup
Lorde isn't just wearing no makeup in this Twit pic. She's wearing pimple cream!

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