Halsey Shares Mirror Selfie Three Months After Baby
Halsey, who welcomed their first child less than three months ago, is confidently showing off their new curves. In a new photo promoting their makeup line, the singer flashes their abs in a white tank top, looking absolutely gorgeous. How does the star promote positivity in every aspect of their life? Read on for Halsey's best self-love messages—and to get beach-ready yourself, don't miss these essential 30 Best-Ever Celebrity Bikini Photos!
They Embrace Their Changing Body
"My pregnancy has changed my body so much. Learning how to have a personal sense of style when you're not used to your new shapes has become a real struggle," Halsey wrote on Twitter last month. "To all the mommas (or really just anyone going thru something similar) I feeeel you."
They Celebrate Their Stretch Marks
Halsey is all about being real, especially when it comes to their body. "Well….this is what it look like 🧸," the star captioned a series of photos over the summer, showing off their stretch marks and baby nursery.
They Are Real About Mental Health Struggles
Halsey has always been transparent about their struggles with bipolar dissorder. "No jokes right now. I have dedicated my career to offering education and insight about bipolar disorder and I'm so disturbed by what I'm seeing. Personal opinions about someone aside, a manic episode isnt a joke. If you can't offer understanding or sympathy, offer your silence," they captioned an Instagram post after their album, Manic, was released.
They Are Open About Everything
Halsey is open about all topics. "When this pregnancy started, I was like, 'You're going to do yoga and eat flaxseed. You're going to use essential oils and hypnobirth and meditate and fucking journal every single day,'" they told Allure. "I have done none of those things. Zero. None. I eat cookies and had a bagel every single day for the first five months of my pregnancy."
They Are Transparent About Their Sexuality
"You never stop coming out," they responded when questioned about how someone should handle revealing their sexuality. "It's not like you tell your mom and dad and then everything's all good. You need to prepare yourself for that." They also added, that it's okay not to have it all figured out. "You don't have to decide at 13 years old 'I'm a lesbian and that's it' or 'I'm scared to come out. What if I change my mind?'" she says. "It's not for other people to validate you or determine if your queerness is real enough."