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Is rib enclosure bragging a new worrying beauty trend holding over from a thigh gap?

There’s a new worrying beauty trend popping adult on amicable media that is holding over where a thigh opening left off.

As we might recall, carrying a thigh opening – a slot of dull space between a woman’s thighs – became a rarely desirable, and worrying beauty trend in new years. It was criticized for formulating impractical physique expectations and causing females to go to, infrequently unhealthy, extremes.

Now it appears rib enclosure bragging – when a super-slim lady shows off her gaunt stomach and extending rib enclosure – is a latest beauty disturb conversion females.

Reflect and recharge 📍❤️🍒

A post common by Bella Hadid (@bellahadid) on Apr 2, 2017 during 8:36pm PDT

The trend can be seen on a Instagram pages of stream it models like Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski. However, while a models’ slim production are clearly clear in a photos, they themselves are not tagging a images with a term, that appears to have originated on a Daily Mail article.

Take me behind 🇬🇷

A post common by Emily Ratajkowski (@emrata) on Feb 18, 2017 during 10:07am PST

While images of immature celebrities in bikinis display off a skeleton in their ribs continue to shelve adult hundreds of thousands of “likes” some have taken to amicable media to blast a fad.

“‘Ribcage bragging’ – display a skeleton of your ribs is trending on Instagram. This is not healthy and celebrities need to stop this craze,” pronounced one Twitter user.

“Ribcage bragging? Young girls perplexing in vain to get them? Starving themselves? Really? we suspicion we lifted Bella better,” One users tweeted during Bella Hadid’s mother, Yolanda.

“This is awful #ribcagebragging,” pronounced another.


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