"It's really changed the way I look looked at myself. When I did it originally the first time, I had poor body image and I never really looked in a full-length mirror. It really changed how I see myself. And it was kind of like a, "aha!" moment that I am beautiful. Owning it. And people tell me I'm beautiful, of course my family and friends, but until you really believe it and own it, that doesn't mean anything. "Oh yeah, you're saying that because you're related to me.” But then, just seeing how I was portrayed and how the image came out, that is me."