Dove shared an actual diary entry of hers to her 1.3 million followers, where she opens up about one of her biggest insecurity.
"Thinking back, alllll the way back, I've always let other people define a lot for me, specifically about myself. Blushing or turning red when I'm embarrassed, nervous, running in gym... Starting to be aware of this at age eight, and hating my pale skin for revealing my thoughts and therefore feeling the need to cover it with my mother's Chanel powder every day like armour... thus, probably beginning my lifelong romance with makeup," she wrote.
"But; though this is a microcosmic example, and one that holds virtually no weight; who's to say that pink, hot, rushing/racing blood under your cheeks isn't just divine. Is it not aliveness? Is it not intense presence & all of your systems checking in with one another, sensitivity that communicates and translates?
"I feel an intense desire to re-define myself and my view of myself now that I know no one knows better."
Don't you cover up, girl.