Amber Rose wants women to embrace their curves - and stop comparing themselves to models
In a new interview with The Cut, Rose slammed the unrealistic ideals of beauty portrayed in the media and fashion.
"People have to realize that the supermodels we see represent 5% or 3% of women in the world," Rose told The Cut. "It's not realistic. It's very realistic to have cellulite and saggy boobs - it's part of just being a human."However, Rose also acknowledged how hard it is for women to not fall into the trap of comparing themselves to the beautiful stars they see in the pages of a magazine.
"When you see these images, you think, 'I don't look like that.' Embrace the skin that you are in," Rose said.
And for women who truly feel insecure about the way they look, Rose encouraged them to take proactive steps to become healthier - and to try to accept that they'll never have a "perfect" body.
"If you really do want to change, put your mind to it," Rose said. "Try to work out and eat better."
The media personality admitted that she loves cheeseburgers and tacos - which are her "two favorite things" - and that she knows she'll never look like a supermodel."I'll probably never have the perfect body and I'm okay with that," she said.
Check out the full interview here.