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People’s Reactions After Being Told They’re Beautiful is Wonderful to Watch

How Would You React if a Stranger Said You Were Beautiful?

This is a beautiful video from the YouTube channel “SHEA” who conducted a social experiment at a high school in Chicago. The high school student was producing this video as an independent project which ended up turning into a social experiment with really intriguing results. Watch the results of the project below.

This is a beautiful video from the YouTube channel “SHEA” who conducted a social experiment at a high school in Chicago. The high school student was producing this video as an independent project which ended up turning into a social experiment with really intriguing results.

The project, or social experiment, sought to capture people’s reactions as they were told that someone thought they were beautiful. SHEA clarifies on her channel that she never wanted to get a reaction out of people, her goal was to film things she found beautiful and the video is the end result.

Trying to get the hashtag #breathebeauty​ trending with this project, SHEA actually got a lot more than she bargained for. The video has now been watched by over 22M people and has spread untold amounts of positive vibes across the world. Another YouTuber also conducted the same social experiment with intriguing results. Kenadi Beacham recorded her high school student’s reactions to being told they were beautiful.

She captioned the video, “Words are strong, and by saying something to someone It could mean so much to them, no matter how small and simple. Tell people that they’re amazing and beautiful. Spread the positivity and the kindness. Show love to others and to yourself. Because we definitely need more of it in this world.”

Kenadi was inspired by the original video uploaded by SHEA a few years before. SHEA’s video was recorded at Chicago High School for the Arts, which is a public four–year college preparatory visual and performing arts high school located in the Humboldt Park neighborhood in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The project was recorded as part of an integrated arts class instructed by Catarina Araujo and Natalie Chami.

Hopefully, you found these videos as beautiful as millions of others have. It only takes a second to compliment someone, and as you can see, it can have dramatic effects. If you want to see more from this talented director/actress, subscribe to her YouTube channel and keep up to date with her work. If you want to watch more from Kenadi Beacham subscribe to her YouTube channel.