Instagram model with ‘biggest cheeks in the world’ wants more

This Ukrainian Instagram model was not being tongue in cheek when she said she wants even larger features.

Anastasia Pokreshchuk, 30, claims to have the “biggest cheeks in the world” — but wants to pump them up with fillers even further, the Daily Star reported.

“You may think that they are too big but I think that they’re a little bit small, I need to refresh them again soon,” the Kiev resident said.

Pokreshchuk received her first cheek injections four years ago and has not looked back.

“After I had the injections and saw the changes in my cheeks, I fell in love with them,” she said.

“I love them, I want them to look like this and I’m very happy. I regularly inject other parts of my face myself,” she added. “I understand that they look weird for other people but I don’t mind.”

Pokreshchuk — who has amassed

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Rohit Reddy wishes Anita Hassanandani happy wedding anniversary with a dreamy Instagram photo

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Anita Hassanandani and Rohit Reddy are the epitome of true love. Today, the couple have completed seven years of togetherness. Spreading love all over, Rohit Reddy shared a special post for his wife on social media on their seventh marriage anniversary. He shared a romantic black-and-white selfie with Anita, where they are both seem brimming with happiness. They are both all smiles.

Rohit Reddy captioned his post, “Happy Anniversary Soulmate! (sic).”

Just few days ago, Anita Hassanandani and Rohit Reddy had surprised their fans by announcing their pregnancy. Anita had shared a video in which the couple relive their love story, with shots that include moments of their engagement and the exchange of wedding vows. Rohit is seen kissing Anita’s baby bump in the end.

Anita captioned the post, “Love you @rohitreddygoa #gettingreadyforreddy (sic).”

Rohit Reddy had also shared a picture with Anita showing off her baby bump and wrote,

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Fashion Store Worked Around Closing Orders Using Instagram

ST. PETERSBURG, FL — Detox, Designer Resale Boutique made up for a slump in-store sales suffered after it was temporarily closed for 30 days at the start of the coronavirus pandemic selling its clothes through Instagram Stories.

Husband and wife co-owners Jake Walsh and Kylie Walsh started using Instagram to model their consignment shop’s clothes in February. The visuals excited customers who were bored at home during Florida’s statewide stay-at-home coronavirus order.

“We have a lot of success with posting things on our Instagram Story,” Jake told Patch. “During our closure, we took most inventory home and just modeled it on Instagram, and we also did a few consignments then.”

Jake said they maxed out their Instagram Stories every day, which many followers told them it was like watching the Home Shopping Network. Customers appreciated the Walshes providing exact measurements of the clothing items online since they were unable to

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Instagram is bringing its Shopping feature to IGTV and Reels

  • Instagram is bringing its Shopping feature to IGTV and Reels.
  • The move is part of Facebook’s push to make social commerce a more central part of its apps.
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Yesterday, Instagram rolled out Instagram Shopping for its long-form video platform IGTV, part of the company’s push to make social commerce more central to the app. Users will be able to add products featured in an IGTV video to their in-app shopping cart and then check out either on the company’s website or within Instagram.

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Instagram is bringing its Shopping feature to IGTV and Reels.


With this rollout, Shopping is now available on almost all parts of the platform, including the main feed, Stories, and livestreams. The company plans to make Shopping available across the platform’s

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Instagram Expands Shopping Features to IGTV and Reels

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Over the past few years, Instagram users might have noticed that the app morphed from a place where you turn to see your friend’s cute dog photos, into a place where you turn to see those dog photos while also buying a lot of shit you probably don’t need. If you had any doubts about the platform’s intentions of becoming a glorified digital mall, well, just look at its latest update: earlier today, the company announced that it’s expanding its beloved in-app shopping feature to support IGTV (the company’s Youtube clone) and Reels (the company’s TikTok clone). While the latter is primed for a rollout later this year, IGTV creators worldwide can now use their clips to hawk merch to viewers immediately.

If you look at the sample post that Instagram’s spokespeople sent around, the new function feels pretty similar to the app’s current setup

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Instagram brings shopping to Reels, IGTV as commerce commands social spotlight

Dive Brief:

  • Instagram is expanding shopping capabilities to Reels, its new feature for sharing short video clips, and livestreaming service IGTV, according to an announcement shared with Marketing Dive via email.
  • The e-commerce offerings are available globally on IGTV now and will start tests on Reels later this year. IGTV allows viewers to tap items they see in videos and complete their purchase either through Instagram’s direct checkout feature or the seller’s website, per the announcement.
  • The timing of the news could allow Instagram parent Facebook to better seize on a holiday season that will skew virtual this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, and build out a stronger bet against mobile competitors like TikTok.

Dive Insight:

Facebook opening shopping capabilities on Reels and IGTV is unsurprising given how central e-commerce has become to Instagram’s growth strategy. The timing is still interesting, suggesting Facebook is looking to carve out a

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Instagram will test shopping through Reels

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Facebook-owned Instagram will start testing shopping through its short-form video feature Reels later this year in an effort to monetize the recently launched TikTok clone.

Instagram will also add shopping to its IGTV, where users can watch longer videos, starting Monday.

Monday’s move will appeal to creators and brands who routinely look to monetize their efforts on the app. They will be able to add shopping tags to their posts, so users can tap on the item and shop either through the Instagram app or a retailer’s site.

Facebook has been intertwining more shopping features on Instagram over the last couple years. Most recently, it began testing a dedicated “Shop” tab on its home screen this summer. Users can already shop through regular Instagram posts, Live, Stories and

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Instagram expands shopping on IGTV, plans test of shopping on Reels

Instagram this morning announced the global expansion of its Instagram Shopping service across IGTV. The product, which lets you watch a video then checkout with a few taps, offers creators and influencers a way to more directly monetize their user base on Instagram, while also giving brands a way to sell merchandise to their followers. Instagram said it would also soon begin testing shopping within its newer feature and TikTok rival, Reels.

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Shopping has become a larger part of the Instagram experience over the past few years.

Instagram’s Explore section in 2018 gained a personalized Shopping channel filled with the things Instagram believed you’d want the most. It also expanded Shopping tags to Stories. Last year, it launched Checkout, a way to transact within the app when you saw something you wanted to buy. And just this summer, Instagram redesigned its dedicated Shop section, now powered by

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Instagram Rolls Out Shopping via IGTV Worldwide

Instagram is adding more ways for people to shop without leaving its platform, saying Monday that shopping on long-form video destination IGTV is rolling out globally and adding that shopping will be tested on its Reels short-form video feature later this year.

On the user side, people can watch and buy items in a few taps from IGTV videos, completing the transaction either via Instagram Checkout or on the seller’s website.

Creators and businesses gain access to a new way to sell in an inspirational and immersive way via long-form, edited video, and Instagram said shoppable IGTV videos will soon be available on Instagram Shop.








Instagram chief operating officer Justin Osofsky said in a statement, “Digital creators and brands help bring emerging culture to Instagram, and people come to Instagram to get inspired by them. By bringing shopping to IGTV and Reels, we’re

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