Woman described as pinnacle of female body as she flaunts natural curves

Summer may be over, but one woman is still strutting her stuff in slinky swimwear.

Ariella Nyssa is a body positive influencer who's known for sharing self-love advice with her 740,000 Instagram followers. She recently slipped into another colourful bikini as she posed on a boat.

The teeny patterned number showed off her curves to the max as she relaxed near the sea. With a glorious view in the background, she posed with very little make-up on and her hair was swept back into a sleek bun.

READ MORE: Model tells fans to 'worship her' as she risks slipping out of teeny bikini

Keep up to date with all the latest lifestyle stories from the Daily Star

She looked a vision of natural beauty as she showed off her bod, natural tummy creases and skin texture. And it's fair to say people can't get enough.

Her followers were left in awe as she added a little glamour to the ocean. Since she shared the snaps more than 7,000 people have liked them, and told her they were "beautiful shots".

Ariella was dubbed a "cutie" as she posed candidly on the boat and soaked up the sun. It's clear summer hasn't quite come to an end for this beach babe.

One person said: "So so beautiful." Another added: "The pinnacle of the female body in all it’s glory, raw and natural beauty. I guess what I’m saying you look great!"

A third replied: "Mmmm beauty wonderful woman. Congratulations." Meanwhile, a fourth commented: "You're fine and very sexy."

People love Ariella's content because she works to promote real, authentic bodies. In the pictures she sits naturally, which means you're seeing what her body really looks like.

She doesn't suck in, edit her photos or make herself look leaner. Instead, she shows off her natural bod and highlights where her tummy naturally creases and rolls.

In a previous post, Ariella said: "How beautiful are our lumps and bumps? Honestly one of my favourite parts of a women’s body. Something we are forced to hate, something we are forced to be ashamed of. But… when you really look. And I mean REALLY look.. they are just the most beautiful forms of art."

Want all the biggest Lifestyle news straight to your inbox? Sign up for our free Daily Star Hot Topics newsletter

Source: Read Full Article