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    (Picture: the_vegan_cottage/Instagram)

    Vegan cheese is very hit and miss.

    Sometimes it tastes incredible and melts just like the good old dairy stuff you used to love other times it tastes like death.

    But whatever flavour, we’ve not seen any plant-based cheese purporting to be mature cheddar.

    Until now.

    Mature cheddar is the best cheese for making things like macaroni cheese and shepherd’s pie because it’s so strong – it cuts through cream and potato like nothing else.

    And now, finally, Waitrose is going to be selling a dairy-free mature cheddar-style cheese.

    Koko will be launching its mature cheddar and soft cheese spread in store on 4 June as part of Waitrose’s range of… Read the full story


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    You can get some pretty rad regional exclusives in Japan.

    We’re not talking about green tea flavoured Kit Kat or Poco sticks in every flavour under the sun, we mean alcoholic fizzy drinks.

    Coca-Cola is now launching its take on chu-hai beverages, low alcohol level drinks, with it’s very first alcoholic Coke.

    We’re not sure if there was generally a huge demand for it but the soft drink company thinks it’s a good time to part from its 132-year tradition of supplying just the carbonated stuff.


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    Gender reveal parties for babies are pretty outdated.

    Do we really need balloons filled with pink or blue confetti to signify the sex of new arrivals?

    But transgender reveal parties, we can get on board with.

    Corey Walker’s amazing friends did exactly that for him when he started taking testosterone, throwing him a surprise ‘it’s a boy’ party.

    And it looked pretty lit.

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    What i rent - Kara - Clapham Common
    Kara pays £590 a month for a room in Balham. (Picture: Alexander Crawley 2018)

    Trying to find a decent place to rent in London is stressful.

    You’ll trawl through endless listings advertising tiny studio rooms for much more than you can reasonably afford, photos that clearly haven’t been updated in quite some time, or your dream place… that’s gone before you can even book a viewing.

    A big part of the stress comes from the ~mystery~ of it all.

    Should we really be spending a third of our salary on rent? Or is that an outdated rule entirely irrelevant to living in London?

    How much space should… Read the full story


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    This child's account of her imaginary friend is straight-up terrifying
    (Pictures: Twitter/@nataliemorales/Getty)

    Kids are weird, no two ways about it.

    Sometimes they say things that make no sense, and you’re not entirely sure how or where their ideas came about. From the mouths of babes, and all that.

    Then, sometimes they’ll say something so creepy you’ll wonder if you just gave birth to the Antichrist.

    Actress Natalie Morales (of Girls, Santa Clarita Diet, and Parks and Recreation) shared this absolutely horrifying picture on Twitter yesterday.

    In what appears… Read the full story


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    (Credit: Marni Banks/Kat Von D/Getty)

    Given the wealth of brow trends (from sexy Shrek brows to Yanny and Laurel ones) there are out there, it’s weird that there are very few products dedicated to actually creating more unique looks.

    Ever the innovator, Kat Von D has now released a range of rainbow eyebrow pomades that do what we’ve been unsuccessfully been using eyeshadow for for ages.

    It’s all vegan and cruelty-free, and waterproof so you can get as sweaty as you want dancing at festivals or in the pool in Ibiza.

    I spoke to Kelseyanna Fitzpatrick from Kat Von D’s artist collective about how to achieve the bright and bold look.

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    Morrisons has launched the Big Daddy Breakfast – the largest cooked breakfast available in a supermarket cafe.

    The huge 19 piece breakfast includes three rashers of British bacon, three British pork sausages, three hash browns, two half slices of fried bread, two fried eggs, two half tomatoes, two black puddings, baked beans and sliced mushrooms.

    The fry-up, which has 8 items more than the Morrisons’ standard big breakfast, is just £6 – and is double the size of some of the other supermarket cafe offerings.

    It was created after customers complained that the big breakfast just wasn’t big enough – and asked for something larger.


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    (Picture: UberEats)

    UberEats is celebrating its second birthday by giving people what they want; free food.

    Gosh, time flies when you’re ordering takeaway every week instead of, you know, just cooking.

    The celebrations will start with a bang tomorrow as the food delivery service has partnered with 1,200 restaurants to give away £1 million worth of the UK’s favourite food.

    It’s set to be their biggest buy one get one free offer yet.

    So, which lucky folks can get their hands on the stuff and how?


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    (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    Depression can have different psychological and physiological effects, like erratic sleeping habits, loss of appetite, and constant fatigue.

    These mental and physical symptoms can cause brain aging.

    In turn, people with depression may end up with a higher chance of developing dementia in later life, claims a new study.

    After studying memory loss, information processing, and ­decision making, scientists looked at 71,000 people –  some who were clinically depressed while others showed symptoms – and published their claims in the Psychological Medicine journal.

    So, what does it all mean?

    Although experts have previously found that those with depression and anxiety are at a higher risk of dementia, the study is the… Read the full story


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    (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    Waking up hangover free after a night out is nothing short of a miracle.

    It’s like God has given you a second chance, a golden ticket to live out your best life.

    What do you do with that precious get-out-of-jail-free card?

    Many of us head to the gym. After all, you feel like you owe it to your wonderful body for metabolising those three bottles of cava so well. The very least you can do after forcing it through a night in Oceana is to give it a good old muscle blast.

    Right? Wrong.


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    PIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mum poses in her underwear with her daughter for the Mothers Beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPY
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    Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in… Read the full story


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SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mum cuddles with her sons for the Mothers Beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mum takes her sonss hands in a photo for the Mothers Beauty series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mum poses with her two children for the Mothers Beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mother in the water with her daughter for the Mothers Beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mother holding her girl during a Mothers Beauty photo shoot.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A pregnant woman poses on the lake for the Mothers Beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mother on the dock with her daughter for the Mothers beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Three mothers pose with a toddler for the Mothers Beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - 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SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mum cuddles with her sons for the Mothers Beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mum takes her sonss hands in a photo for the Mothers Beauty series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - 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SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mother holding her girl during a Mothers Beauty photo shoot.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A pregnant woman poses on the lake for the Mothers Beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: A mother on the dock with her daughter for the Mothers beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - SEE CATERS COPYPIC BY HOBBS PHOTOGRAPHY / CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Three mothers pose with a toddler for the Mothers Beauty photo series.) - Two sisters have captured the beauty of pregnant and postpartum women in a body positivity photo series.Aimee and Jenna Hobbs of Stony Plain, Alberta, Canada, started the project during the summer of 2012 after noticing that a lot of mums were insecure about being photographed during and after pregnancy.The photographers have since been spreading a positive message by photographing 15 mothers with their children each summer - 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    **ILLUSTRATION REQUEST** Working whilst being in a bad place with your mental health - how I am doing it (Liam Baines) - new blogger
    (Picture: Phebe Lou Morson for Metro.co.uk)

    Pointless meetings can be maddening.

    They can also be a pleasant break in the day, neatly placing your to-do list into manageable chunks.

    Except meetings don’t quite work out like that, do they? Despite having the deadline of a meeting, we don’t find ourselves speeding through our work with invigorated productivity.

    Instead we p*ss about for twenty minutes beforehand, because there’s ‘no point’ starting something new if we’ll have to run off to a meeting at any moment.

    That reality is backed up by a… Read the full story


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    The internet may be awash with sweet photos of dogs and babies hanging out but when you’re faced with having a child of your own, the idea of dogs and small children might not seem so sweet.

    One soon-to-mum has taken to Netmums with a dilemma she faces between protecting her as yet unborn child and the family dog.

    Aimee’s pregnancy wasn’t planned and she currently lives with her parents because she can’t afford to a rent a place on her own. While that might be a pretty privileged position to be in, the problem is that she’s scared of their dog who has a history of being… Read the full story


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    A woman with vitiligo has turned finally has body confidence despite feeling alienated by strangers who ask whether the skin condition is ‘contagious’.

    23-year-old Anna Nass, a hairdresser from Umea, Sweden, was eight years old when she first discovered a vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach.

    As it was hidden, she didn’t think much about it, but by the time she started high school it had began to spread across her body.

    Anna has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo, which is a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns.


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She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.comIt wasn???t until a few years ago that she finally had the confidence to embrace her look. THIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUS. Hairdresser, Anna Nass (23), from Umea, Sweden, was just eight-years-old when she discovered her first vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach. Since it was hidden, she didn???t think much of it, until it began to spread by the time she started high school. She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.comWhen she was in high school her vitiligo spread all over her body and she began to receive cruel comments. THIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUS. Hairdresser, Anna Nass (23), from Umea, Sweden, was just eight-years-old when she discovered her first vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach. Since it was hidden, she didn???t think much of it, until it began to spread by the time she started high school. She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.comThe hairdresser now wears crop-tops and feels proud of her look. THIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUS. Hairdresser, Anna Nass (23), from Umea, Sweden, was just eight-years-old when she discovered her first vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach. Since it was hidden, she didn???t think much of it, until it began to spread by the time she started high school. She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.comAnna now proudly shows off her skin. THIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUS. Hairdresser, Anna Nass (23), from Umea, Sweden, was just eight-years-old when she discovered her first vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach. Since it was hidden, she didn???t think much of it, until it began to spread by the time she started high school. She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.comTHIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUSTHIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUShattiegladwellmetroAnna says back when she was young there were no real vitiligo role models to aspire to due to lack of social media which made her feel like she was the only one with the condition. THIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUS. Hairdresser, Anna Nass (23), from Umea, Sweden, was just eight-years-old when she discovered her first vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach. Since it was hidden, she didn???t think much of it, until it began to spread by the time she started high school. She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.comIt wasn???t until a few years ago that she finally had the confidence to embrace her look. THIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUS. Hairdresser, Anna Nass (23), from Umea, Sweden, was just eight-years-old when she discovered her first vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach. Since it was hidden, she didn???t think much of it, until it began to spread by the time she started high school. She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.comWhen she was in high school her vitiligo spread all over her body and she began to receive cruel comments. THIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUS. Hairdresser, Anna Nass (23), from Umea, Sweden, was just eight-years-old when she discovered her first vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach. Since it was hidden, she didn???t think much of it, until it began to spread by the time she started high school. She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.comThe hairdresser now wears crop-tops and feels proud of her look. THIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUS. Hairdresser, Anna Nass (23), from Umea, Sweden, was just eight-years-old when she discovered her first vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach. Since it was hidden, she didn???t think much of it, until it began to spread by the time she started high school. She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.comAnna now proudly shows off her skin. THIS VITILIGO BEAUTY has turned her insecurity into a career in fashion despite feeling alienated by the strangers who ask if her skin condition is CONTAGIOUS. Hairdresser, Anna Nass (23), from Umea, Sweden, was just eight-years-old when she discovered her first vitiligo spot behind her knee while she was on the beach. Since it was hidden, she didn???t think much of it, until it began to spread by the time she started high school. She has a rare condition called non-segmental vitiligo or generalised vitiligo, a long-term condition where white patches develop on both sides of the body in symmetrical patterns. She started receiving comments from her school peers that her skin looked ???strange??? and was constantly asked if it was ???contagious???, which caused her to feel insecure. She refused to do any activities that involved her exposing her skin such as sunbathing. It took her years to finally come to accept her condition and unique look and thanks to her family and friends who have always supported her from the beginning, Anna gradually felt confident enough to share stunning shots of herself laying her skin bare for all to see on her social media. Anna Nass / mediadrumworld.com

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