Chloe Amour has hit the headlines in the past year and has over 2.1m followers on Instagram (@realchloeamour ), with fans complimenting her daily.
However, despite the attention she receives, the content creator struggles with her confidence, just like other women, turning to fillers to enhance her look – but later got them reversed.
The 32-year-old, who was picked on when growing up and felt self-conscious about her body, still sometimes hides in big jumpers to avoid looks from people when out and about.
She says sharing saucy snaps of herself online has transformed her confidence, making her feel “empowered and sexy”.
“I may be a model but I have body issues just like other women,” Chloe, from Los Angeles, US, told NudePR.
“When I started out, I didn’t have a six-pack and wasn’t toned, and dropped down to a double zero.
“My boobs and butt were proportionate but I was just really tiny with my face looking hollow.
“My body has changed since but even now, I’ll sometimes hide behind big jumpers, if I feel particularly self-conscious.
“Growing up, I was insecure because people made fun of me in middle school for being too skinny and flat-chested.
“I was just a late bloomer and had a slim build of fast metabolism.”
Over the years, Chloe says she’s lost friends due to her beauty, with women often being incredibly jealous of her looks – which in turn impacts her confidence.
She said: “People have always seen beauty in me since I was young, but I didn’t become more comfortable with it until adulthood.
“I lost friends in middle school and junior high because I was too pretty.
“I sometimes find it hard to do normal things, like go to the supermarket, and men always approach me in the streets.
“Sometimes other women are wary of me.”
Chloe gained 20lbs in 2020 with her naturally slim build transforming into a curvy shape.
She now embraces her look but says it was difficult to see her body change at first.
The model said: “The weight gain made my boobs and butt get huge but also my waist was bigger and I gained weight in my face.
“Looking at all these XXS and XS sizes of high-quality clothes that I could no longer wear made me upset, particularly about my stomach.
“I just didn’t like the way it made me look puffy.
“But sharing sexy photos of myself online has helped me embrace my body.
“It’s sexy and empowering to have men and women admire my look.
“But the negative thoughts and my body dysmorphia still pops up in now and then.”
Chloe has previously shared that she also struggles with dating and has a strict list of requirements for potential suitors.
Now hoping to find romance, she says she’s realised the key to love was first finding beauty in herself.
She said: “I realised, how can I find love if I can’t love myself?
“I started really working on myself and I finally feel a bit more confident in my body.
“I want to find someone who doesn’t judge and is understanding.
“I don’t go based on looks first, I need someone who is smart, funny and spiritual, someone I can learn from and teach me things but is also willing to learn from me.
“Mostly, I want a good listener and communicator, someone who makes me feel wanted and feel safe.
“Someone who can own up to their mistakes and admit when they’re wrong.
“Someone who will love me as I am.
“My tummy isn’t toned but having curves is more socially accepted for models now.
“People love that I’m thicker and it gets me more work too.
“I’ve learned not to compare myself so much to other women or influencer that I see on the internet, because not everything I see is real – a lot of the time photos you see are photoshopped.”
Chloe now tries to encourage others to love their bodies and embrace their so-called imperfections.
She added: “I sometimes struggle to love my body but I have accepted no one is perfect.
“You should try to love yourself, as others see you as beautiful.”