In a new interview with Seventeen, the social media star revealed that he once struggled with his confidence.
"I was a late bloomer in puberty, and I started getting acne when I was first gaining a following on Instagram," he explained.
"People would meet me and be like, 'You're not Cameron Dallas,' and I'd be like, 'I am,' and then they'd go off and tweet like, 'Cameron Dallas is so ugly; he doesn't look like he does in pictures.' It killed my confidence. I didn't want to be seen out in public or even by my family, and I photoshopped all of my photos."
That seriously breaks our hearts! Luckily though, his whole attitude has changed. "Now, what I like to do is let people in so they can see that someone else is experiencing what they've experienced."
Cameron also had some solid advice for his teenage self and it's something we can all apply to our own lives:
"I would tell myself not to get offended if I hit someone up to hang out and they didn't text me back. My mom gave me advice to never get frustrated with someone just because they weren't doing what I would do. I'm always the one hitting people up, but some people are different and won't ever be the ones to reach out. My mom helped me see that it was a positive to be the leader, and I've applied that to my life."