The Millennials are often called the “Selfie-generation.” They pride themselves on using those selfies to create their personal online brand — defining who they are, what they like and what they stand for. But even if you aren’t a Millennial, it’s likely that you use Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Instagram and you’ve probably taken at least a few selfies. While some credit the selfie as pure narcissism, others consider them a form of self-expression and a way to control how others perceive us online. But what do those selfies really say about you? How do others perceive you based on your social media photos?
Straight or Curly? Why won’t this frizzy hair go away? I want to wear lipstick but what color is right for me? I put on deodorant every morning, but I’m still a sweaty mess by noon. No one understands my dilemmas and my reputation is everything.
The Middle School Girl