Australian influencer posts a ‘crazy” video showing her body transform in a blink of an eye. This is to warn about the dangers associated with editing apps

  • Ariella Nyssa from Sydney shared an amazing video this week 
  • Video demonstrating how video editing apps dramatically changed her life Makeup
  • To warn other people, she shared this video.
  • Commenters, however, ignored the body positive message and demanded app name 

Australian influencer shares the crazy editing process that transforms a body video.

Ariella Nyssa (25), is a Sydney-based body-positivity blogger with more than 1.7 million followers on her TikTok, Instagram and Twitter accounts.

Earlier this week Ms Nyssa shared a video that revealed just how easy it is for social media influencers to lie about how they really look.

A TikTok video she posted showed her how one button can transform her body and shed over a hundred kilos.

She proudly showed off her true self without any digital aid in a split second.

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Earlier this week Sydney based body-positivity influencer Ariella Nyssa, 25, shared a video that showed how editing can drastically change your appearance in videos

Earlier this week Sydney based body-positivity influencer Ariella Nyssa, 25, shared a video that showed how editing can drastically change your appearance in videos

The caption to the video read: “These apps can be scary and crazy.”

“You are just as beautiful as your queen.”

However, Ms Nyssa was disappointed with the negative comments she received on the video. Numerous people completely ignored her message. She instead asked which app she was using.

Commenter: “I don’t love myself, so sis what’s the name?

Ms Nyssa said she shared the video to spread awareness that not everything you see online is true and to promote body positivity and acceptance

Ms Nyssa shared the video because she believes not everything online can be true, and in an effort to encourage body positivity.

What’s the app called? Do not gatekeep another. 

I don’t understand why you’re asking me for it. “She’s trying to make it a point that you love yourself as who you really are!” One participant pointed out.

Ms Nyssa told that the comments were a sad insight into how people view their bodies in the digital age.

She said, “It’s sort of sad to see it (that reaction)”. 

Ms Nyssa said she was 'disappointed' when she saw that commenters on her video were ignoring her positive message and instead asking for the name of the app she used

Ms Nyssa stated that she was “disappointed” when commenters asked for her name and the name of her app.

She said the comments gave insight into how people in the digital age 'don't love themselves'

She stated that the comments showed how digital-age people ‘don’t love themselves.

“I replied to some and was like you don’t even need it.” Unfortunately, people aren’t able to love themselves enough to post what they post.

“I want people understand that it is possible to look and feel great without having to alter, smoothen or manipulate your body. 

Ms Nyssa stated that she had just learned about video editing and was shocked by how dramatically they altered her appearance when she made the video. 

Ms Nyssa consistently posts content that promotes self love and educates her audience on how people manipulate their images on social media to the detriment of their followers

Ms Nyssa regularly posts content encouraging self love. She also educates her followers on the dangers of manipulating their photos on social media.

With the intention of spreading body positivity, she often shares similar content. 

She shared previously photos showing her poses versus natural.