These Victoria's Secret angels have some advice every girl needs

We have all had days when we are unsure about the way we look and feel that we don't look pretty. Every person's body is different and we form different opinions when we look at different body types. We often find ourselves admiring at every celebrity who appears on the TV screen and wish we could look as good as them. 

Of all the women around the world, Victoria's Secret angels are known to look flawless ALL THE TIME. However, the reality is a bit different than what we get to see. All these models look at beauty differently and that is what they want you to understand. Here's a look at what beauty means to them in their own words. 

# Sara Sampaio

Sara Sampaio attends the L'Oreal Paris X Balmain event (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

"People need to realize that models get [professional] hair and makeup, incredible lighting, and we know how to pose. I’ve been doing this job for almost 10 years now so I know how my body looks good from different angles. But I don’t look like that in real life. I’m like every other girl; there are things I wish I could change about my body, but I try not to think about them too much." — The Edit, 2016.

# Adriana Lima

Adriana Lima attends the 'American Beauty Star' premiere (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for Lifetime)

"I can't say that when I was younger I was totally confident. The industry is hard, and when you're an unknown model, you could either get great jobs or be rejected. Rejection is never easy, but you have to have grit in order to keep going and hold your head high. Becoming an adult and having children has helped me become more confident in who I am as a woman. I’ve become more self-aware and understanding of my strengths on a deeper level, which helps me become more confident on the outside. So my best advice is to forget everything and everyone, and just feel good." — Byrdie, 2016.

# Alessandra Ambrosio

Alessandra Ambrosio attends ELLE's 24th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for ELLE)

"After having Anja I only had three months to lose all the weight [before doing the 2008 Victoria's Secret show] and I was on this 1,200-calorie-a-day meal-delivery service that I hated. I couldn't do that again. [Show prep generally] is so stressful . . . there's so much pressure on us all — not just in terms of shape — and the energy gets sucked out of you, so my favorite thing to do afterward is dance all night long." — Elle, 2016.

# Candice Swanepoel 

Model Candice Swanepoel attends the Daily Front Row's Fashion Media Awards (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images for Daily Front Row)

"The secret to body confidence for me is obviously working out and doing as much as I can, staying healthy at the same time, doing as much I can for the show, and knowing I tried my best . . . And knowing what attributes you have to show off." — She Knows, 2012.

# Martha Hunt

Martha Hunt attends the Volez, Voguez, Voyagez - Louis Vuitton Exhibition  (Photo by Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images)

"You don’t want to overthink it; you want to still be yourself, but you want to be the best version of yourself. I work out, train really hard, and eat healthy food. You don’t want to be too thin; you want to be fit and a good example of a feminine woman’s body." — Hamptons Magazine, 2015.

# Elsa Hosk 

Elsa Hosk attends the L'Oreal Paris X Balmain event (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

"A lot of times I wake up and I tell my boyfriend, ‘Babe, the last thing I want to do right now is shoot lingerie, I had pizza last night, I’m on my f**king period, I just don’t want to go in front of the camera right now.' Honestly, when you’re exposed in lingerie all the time, you have to find a way to quickly get comfortable with your body. I’ve just learned that when I have an imperfect day, it’s not going to help me to stress about it." — Self, 2016.

# Lily Aldridge

 Lily Aldridge attends Oscar De La Renta fashion show (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

"I’m a woman, of course, I still have curves on me, and that’s OK. I had a baby and I’ve worked hard. And I don’t think women should have to feel that kind of pressure. I’ve done it really healthfully, and I took my time. Even though four months is really fast. I think you have to ignore those things, because I’m a human, and I did as much as I can."
— Huffington Post, 2012.

# Josephine Skriver

Josephine Skriver attends Harper's BAZAAR Celebration (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Harper's BAZAAR)

"For me, sexy is when I'm happy. Staying positive, like waking up and deciding the day is good. That's when I feel the sexiest." — AOL, 2016.

# Stella Maxwell

Stella Maxwell at the Alice McCall SS18 launch event  (Photo by Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for Alice McCall)

"Modeling for me is like acting. So if I feel sexy in the underwear, I can perform. I wear the clothes, I have the hair and makeup. I just open up." — Vogue UK, 2015.

# Romee Strijd

Romee Strijd attends the 11th Annual Golden Heart Awards  (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Michael Kors)

"On the one hand, I would love to be an Angel, but on the other hand, you have to be all year round sleek and bikini-ready and that is not so easy for me . . . Every day I should exercise and really pay attention to my diet. If I ever do get the opportunity, I would grab it, of course, but it would not be easy for me." — Vogue Netherlands, before she got her wings in 2014.

# Lais Ribeiro

Lais Ribeiro attends the 11th Annual Golden Heart Awards  (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Michael Kors)

"I'm a huge fan of Victoria's Secret, even before I became a model! I love Body by Victoria in lace, and I guess everyone else does too. It's always sold out. My boyfriend loves it when I buy new bras. When I feel confident on the inside, it shows on the outside." — Cosmopolitan, 2012.

#  Lily Donaldson

Lily Donaldson attends the Stella McCartney show  (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

"I’m going to try to smile because laughter lines are the nicest ones." — Elle UK, 2015.

Well, as they say, happy girls are the prettiest! 

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