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More Celebrities Should Be Saying No To Photoshop

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Sorry, but they do not set any"standard". If someone is so bloody stupid, that they compare their appearance with that of celebrities, well, then they're stupid. And stupid people shouldn't be concern of the rest of society.
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I don't want to burst anyones bubble here, but beauty standards have been unrealistic for decades, even centuries... before photoshop.
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I don`t look at them as real people :D no unrealistic beauty standards here. like looking at a Barbie doll, she is pretty, but you know she doesn`t exist in real life.
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There are some celebs who have spoken out about this, even lady Gaga. I see right through these kinds of images. I definitely agree with Jilly. If people want to compare themselves then they are stupid. I'd like to see more celebrities saying no.
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This goes right in line with the movement to wear no makeup. I really enjoy seeing women going back to loving the body that they are in.
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I don't want to burst anyones bubble here, but beauty standards have been unrealistic for decades, even centuries... before photoshop.
So very true!! Look at Barbie! We have been conditioned since young girls to uphold this false sense of perfection.
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Gisele Bündchen: When you’re as beautiful as Gisele, you don’t really need Photoshop. For her recent BLK DNM campaign, shot by Johan Lindeberg, she spoke of how they avoided retouching.

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That's funny because I photoshop my pictures so I look like Kim K!!
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I hate photo shop. Embrace who you are and how you look.
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Before the AdWeek incident, Kerry Washington's March 2015 cover for InStyle received lots of backlash for, allegedly, lightening her skin.
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Zendaya spotted a photo of herself in the November 2015 issue of Modeliste magazine that had been heavily photoshopped. And she was not happy! Sharing a side-by-side comparison of the real and retouched photos, she wrote that"these are the things that make women self conscious, that create the unrealistic ideals of beauty that we have."

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Certain things in life just make sense together: Peanut butter and jelly, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, and celebrities and Photoshop. The latter, however, is a very tricky relationship—while some stars embrace being retouched in magazine spreads and Instagram snaps (like the aforementioned Kardashian), others have spoken out against it.

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Keira Knightley posed topless for the November 2014 issue of Interview magazine so that fans would know what she really looked like. The actress said her image is often manipulated to make her breasts look larger or her body curvier, so she wanted to set the record straight and send the message that it doesn’t matter what shape you are.
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No one could reasonably argue that Gwyneth Paltrow’s skin is indeed made of Silly Putty, as it appeared to be on the May 2008 cover of Vogue, or that Jessica Simpson’s body comes with only one hip, though her left one was suspiciously missing on last September’s cover of Elle, or wonder how the shape of Reese Witherspoon’s chin, dimples and eye color could change so drastically from her angelic Marie Claire appearance in February 2008 to her polished Vogue cover in November to her kittenish Elle pose this April.

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It’s no secret that publications and promotional material often use Photoshop to manipulate images of celebrities and models to present a certain contrived ideal. However, the subjects of these edits don’t always approve of how their appearance is altered. (Believe it or not, not all flat–chested ladies want to try out C–cups.)
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“That [shoot] was one of the ones where I said:‘OK, I’m fine doing the topless shot so long as you don’t make them any bigger or retouch.’ Because it does feel important to say it really doesn’t matter what shape you are,” she recalled.

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The younger generation is oblivious when they see these “subtly” flawless photos in fashion magazines. Photoshop, the so called modern version of airbrushing, is changing the looks of models and celebrities by making them look thinner, taller, unblemished, unwrinkled, cellulite-less, and the list goes on and on.
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