We're all driven to seem flawless, forever young and always beautiful. But why? Modern technology gave us filters, lights, blur, I don't know what else... to betray the world in every picture. But what effect does it have? Teenagers or even children more and more feel the need to be - to look - perfect. It's a superficial lifestyle everybody supports while they're using filters on their photos.
In my opinion it's better to be natural than artificial, it's better to be yourself than just an animation or a painting made of makeup. And it's the best when people like YOU more than your posts.
You're a human being and not a robot. You'll generate laugh lines and you'll age. But as long as you stay true to yourself nobody will mock you. In contrast they will laugh about you if all your photos show a teenage-you instead.