When I was in school, I don't remember a lot of girls crowding the mirrors, and I know I never did. The only thing I checked if I did look in the mirror was my hair. I would get frustrated if there was one hair out of place. I never cared about checking my make-up at school, because I barely wore any. Remember the saying, "school is not a fashion show"? I took the advice to heart.
One middle school in northern Kentucky is changing the conversation on body image and bathroom mirrors, by replacing the mirrors with positive messages.