Hande Erçel, of 'Love is in the air': "There are very unfair criticisms about the perception of beauty".

Hande Erçel, of 'Love is in the air': "There are very unfair criticisms about the perception of beauty".

Spectacular. So is the pose that has starred Hande Erçel in the March issue of the Turkish edition of 'Elle magazine. The star of 'Love is in the air' has posed in the city of Mardin, a Mesopotamian city located in the Anatolia region. "Mardin fascinated me, amazed me, and stole my heart. I felt I was in a fairy tale," said the actress about this city after the collaboration with the magazine.

But in addition to this stunning cover and an extensive graphic report, of which the actress has shared some images, the magazine has published an extensive interview in which Erçel has been candid about the pressures women receive around their physique. 

"I find all kinds of pressures and criticisms on social networks based on the idealized perception of the body and beauty very unfair and offensive," said the star of 'Love is in the air, who has launched an important message to women who find themselves in this situation. "Whoever pressures you for the perception of physical beauty and criticizes you harshly is a reflection of their unhappiness with their own body or soul, don't worry!"

In this idyllic environment that is Mardin, the actress told the magazine what it is that helps her to keep going and increases her motivation to live.  "The sunrise may be what gives me the most hope. Every time I see the sunrise, I look at it for minutes as if I am seeing it for the first time and remember that I have new possibilities to start from scratch," she said.









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