How do you feel about airbrushing in beauty advertising?
How do you feel about airbrushing in beauty advertising? How much is appropriate? When is it too much? Will it affect your purchasing decision?
I like my ads to look like ads to an extent, but I don’t want it to be over-the-top and obvious. Women should look like women. softening fine lines are OK in regular ads, but I’m more frustrated by extensive airbrushing in anti-aging advertisements, though, since you can never tell the efficacy of a product by the ad.
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