Bikini model shares what she looks like unfiltered as she flaunts ‘real’ tum

Bikini designer Karina Irby has showed fans what she 'really' looks like in a series of unfiltered snaps.

The body positive star, who is often seen modelling her own swimwear designs, took to her Instagram page to share the candid snaps.

She told her 1.2million followers that all the photos were either mistakes or funny pictures she had sent to her pals.

The Australian beauty said the "wholesome imagery" had no skin smoothing, colour grade or snatched in cheekbones.

The first photo saw Karina rock minimal makeup and natural locks as she happily tucked into a chicken burger.

While in a second she opened her mouth widely while enjoying a shower.

A third saw her getting her eyebrows dyed and makeup done as she looked up at the camera from a low angle.

While in another she showed off her 'real' tummy in a bandeau orange bikini.

Captioning the post, Karina wrote: "Unedited. Unfiltered Potato series.

"Every now and then I enjoy going through my selfie folder to see what I felt the need to take a selfie of…"

"These snaps are either mistakes or pics I’ve sent to my friends.

"Enjoy your slice of wholesome shared imagery with no skin smoothing, colour grade or snatched in cheeky bones."

Fans were loving the honest snaps, as the post racked up more than 4,000 likes.

One exclaimed: "I love you so much and your realness."

While another gushed: "Thank you for normalising normal. When I have bad days of just not wanting to look in the mirror, I see your posts and feel ok again."

A third told her: "You are the best," as fourth chimed in: "You are awesome gal."

Karina also made headlines this week as she slammed a hater who said no man would ever want to touch her 'crocodile skin', as he referred to her cellulite.

She hit back: "I’ll keep flexing my delicious croc skin to help inspire others that eczema and cellulite are normal."

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