Airbrushed Images of Celebrities – The Telegraph

Whilst looking at airbrushed images of celebs I found these images of celebs and models showing the original images against airbrushed images.

 

Model Valentina Zelyaeva modelled for Ralph Lauren Australia. The picture on the  left is the original image and on the right is the airbrushed image showing the model with a slimmer waist and hips. Can someone please tell me what is wrong with the original image?! NOTHING!! Why airbrush an image when there is nothing wrong with it? Personally I think that the original image looks better anyways as the airbrushed image makes the model look way too skinny!

Again for a Ralph Lauren shoot, model Filippa Hamilton has been digitally enhanced and has been made to look stick  thin!! Personally I look at this and think to myself ‘I do not want to look like that!’. The image on the right is a runway photo of the model and it has not been altered in any way. I think that Hamilton looks so much better here.

This image of Kim Kardashian really bugs me! The original image shows off her fab curves – nothing wrong there, however when this original image appeard on Complex Magazines website by mistake, it was quickly replaced with the airbrushed image! GRRRRRRR.

I have already once before looked at the airbrushed and natural images of Britney Spears and again there was natural beauty in them images and she was quite happy to put these images together to show the before and after shots to show women that not even celebs are perfect, they too have flaws however Britney loves her flaws and thinks all women should love theirs too.

 

 

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/picturegalleries/celebritynews/6399212/Airbrushed-images-of-celebrities.html?image=11

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