“Way too much Photoshop,” the PLL star bemoaned of a promo pic. “We all have flaws. No one looks like this.”
In response to Benson’s post, her PLL co-star Troian Bellisario chimed in, “Why can’t we just look like us? Once.”
The supermodel shamed Elle Brazil in 2012 for Photoshopping her to “[show] much more skin than I actually was.”
The singer opened up to Time about insecurities, saying airbrushing contributes to impossible standards.
Gisele Bündchen thinks women should “be really real and raw,” thus avoiding retouching in ad campaigns.
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Everyone’s favorite scream queen often poses unretouched, calling the illusion of perfection “insidious.”
“Of course, it’s Photoshop; people don’t look like that,” the blunt star said of her Dior campaign.
Winslet took GQ to task when the mag made her look thinner. She now often insists on un-retouched photos.
“I think women’s bodies are a battleground, and photography is partly to blame,” Knightley has said.
Gaga has long spoken out against Photoshopping, recently saying her Glamour cover “looked too perfect.”
Noting a discrepancy in photos of her circulating online, Lorde tweeted, “Remember, flaws are ok :-).”
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