How much “Photoshopping” is acceptable in beauty advertisements? Share your thoughts!
I don’t mind touching up the skin, but the skin should have texture, fine lines, and so on! With makeup, cleaning up edges or erasing smudges or smears, sure. I don’t like when the colors get altered, replaced, or pumped up to the point where it’s not just a matter of adding contrast but making the product look 100 times better than it really is.
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