I hate the word 'incluencers' too, so don't worry I'm not here to promote influencer culture. What I am here to support is instagram 'famous' people, who have a large following and are known for their polished and seemingly perfect photos that depict their lives and themselves, that can break down the illusion and show that they're faking it just as much of the rest of us.
A lot of people tend to put up a wall between themselves and their favorite people on social media where they perceive them as 'goals', unattainable, or perfect, but a lot of instagrammers don't necessarily want to be viewed that way and take to the platform to showcase the reality behind their 'perfect' photos, and it's pretty funny.
Keep killin' it ladies!
Most of Kim Britt's instagram is dedicating to proving the social media 'perfection' myth.https://www.instagram.com/the_truth_is_not_pretty/