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Whitney Thompson and Chenese Lewis for Love Your body Day 2010. Whitney Thompson has had big success since being the first-ever plus-size winner of “America's Next Top model” during cycle 10. But that doesn't mean
If you thought the cleverly photoshopped bodies on the magazine covers at the check-out aisle were bad, wait until you see this: The bodies on most of the models that clothing retailer, H&M, uses on its website are
Magazines digitally enhance skinny models to look curvier. Magazines think models are too thin and photoshop thin bodies to be curvy women's bodies instead.
Once again, it has become news that, shock horror!, many forms of advertising portray unrealistic images that have a negative effect on body image. UK department store Debenhams has decided to do something about it.
Airbrushing as a practice should be discouraged when it transforms otherwise permanent features on models. A 'mandatory disclaimer' to state that a model has had her physical body manipulated on aputer is a very
Airbrushing as a practice should be discouraged when it transforms otherwise permanent features on models. A “mandatory disclaimer” to state that a model has had her physical body manipulated on aputer is a very
Pathetic. THIS is what is defined as beauty. No wonder why we are all whacked out over our body image. The magazine claimed that the model had appeared healthy during a casting for the photo shoot a week before it took
Debenhams multinational department store has said that they are putting an end to airbrushing out imperfections in models for their ads! This blogger says it is about time, but it needs to have an a global scale!
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