Little Mix have admitted that they have still feel insecure about their appearances at times.
Little Mix lack confidence in their looks.
The girlband - comprised of Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - have admitted that despite their glamorous lives, they still feel insecure about their appearances at times.
Speaking to TMRW magazine, Perrie, 24 said: '' Social media is so powerful. Girls are very hard on themselves, like we are. Even though we're in the public eye and people see us dolled up with hair and make-up, all glam, doesn't mean that we don't have insecurities ourselves.
''I think that's why we're so passionate about making others speak out about their own insecurities because we have loads.''
And Perrie - who turned to her bandmates after Zayn Malik broke off their engagement by text message in 2015 - also revealed that the group ''cry on each other's shoulders''.
She said: ''I think we have each other, so it makes it easier for us because we always send love to each other and we cry on each other's shoulders. But we want to kind of be a shoulder to cry on for other women out there, if that makes sense. That's why we do what we do.''
Jade, 24, added that she feels people in the public eye are often not allowed to show their insecurities.
She explained: ''It's almost like you're not allowed to be sad or to have a s**t day, but it just means we͛ are human.
''I think it's good to embrace if you're a bit down. You have to surround yourself with positive people and good people, and remember that it's never the end of the world.
''Things always get better and you have to believe in yourself as well.''
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