While on the red carpet, Access Hollywood‘s Billy Bush had the chance to show Jennifer Lawrence the finished product from her Miss Dior bag photo shoot. Even Jennifer was taken back by her beauty.
“Oh my god, I haven’t seen these yet,” she told Bush. “That doesn’t look like me at all. I love Photoshop more than anything in the world. Of course it’s Photoshop, people don’t look like that.”
Bush tried to convince her otherwise, but she just wasn’t having it. The 22-year-old is, without a doubt, truly beautiful (and not chubby!). But is the Dior ad’s beauty unreal? Probably. Claiming something is Photoshopped is a tough line to walk.
To a certain extent, you’re saying the photographed person could never be that gorgeous. To claim the Dior ad’s perfection is real, though, is also a bitter pill to swallow. Fellow girls don’t want to (and shouldn’t) believe anyone can ever be that beautiful. Plus, it goes back to the generation-old controversy of what Photoshopping waistlines and arm flab does to a normal woman’s self-esteem.
We don’t want to ruin Lawrence’s self-esteem by pointing out the differences in arm or leg thickness or comparing cheekbone structure. That’s too nitpicky and it makes it seem like we don’t honestly believe she is one of the prettiest girls in the world. So, we’re going to leave the technicalities to the less forgiving. But watch this “making of” video for Jennifer’s ad campaign…
As she says in the video, “Dior represents beauty and strength in women.”
Since we think Jennifer is always beautiful and that her strength comes from her confidence and humor, we think she’s definitely perfect for the Miss Dior ad. Whether she’s rocking Dior couture (like she did at the Oscars) or her Katniss hunting garb, you don’t need Photoshop to see her beauty.