I am probably a thousand year "behind the apes", but I only discovered the great collection of these courageous and gorgeous Nike ads yesterday targeting women.
Since that moment I knew this is something I have to share and write about (and not only because they include hot pink). Thanks for visiting!Women are often jealous of the incredible good looks of the models in magazines.Would you still be jealous if you knew that every single image you’re seeing is an illusion? The unreal standards and body images being portrayed in your favorite magazines and ads are nothing more than a fraud, each and every photo has been retouched before it is seen on the pages of these magazines.
Nope.Women who find out the truth usually try to tell themselves it is impossible to compete with these fake airbrushed images.
There are just absolutely no images left that feature the real skin, curves, or hair of a woman that hasn’t been significantly altered.
This retoucher wants people to realize that even these ‘perfect’ actresses and models are far from perfect, but the industry has gone so off course that it doesn’t even matter anymore. They just redefine their looks and create the image with their own version of perfection.Major Image Adjustments Everything from billboards to commercials to magazine images, it is all retouched. The insiders report that it is significant- they move an actresses face and actually paste it on to a thinner body.
Any problems whatsoever are adjusted before the image hits the streets.The silliest ads of all, according to retouching artists, are the mascara ads. You guessed it- they are of course wearing fake eyelashes, and then tons and tons of makeup to make their eyelashes stand out, like it is even possible to make your eyes really look like that. Then, after the shoot, the real artists come in, drawing even more eyelashes onto the images in a way that makes it look real enough for a consumer to want to run out, but that mascara, and see the results.
All you need is a computer and a paint brush and these retouchers can do whatever they’d like. Insiders laugh at the suggestion that advertisers should come out with acknowledgments that photos have been retouched, saying that every single photo would have that disclaimer, so it is basically pointless.Make up ads are typically entirely altered, the skin tone, complexion and color is often entirely painted over to give it the effect that the director wants. While the rest of us are working and taking care of a family, with just a spare few minutes per day to try to focus on a beauty ritual, these models make a living off of beauty tips and tricks and looking their best.

Real women would be up 24 hours a day if they tried to balance their lives with the kinds of beauty routines like the models take part in.
While it is easier said than done, we women out there need to stand strong and reject the idea that we’re supposed to look like the models and actresses we see in magazines.
Average women do not have the time, the money, or the ability to do what models do day in and day out.On Set Benefits to Looking Good There are also the on the set issues that make it difficult to compare yourselves to magazine photographs. Or a professional lighting crew to light you in the perfect way so that your best side was always showing?These women have staff to make them look perfect. Obviously, regular people can’t afford skirts, dresses, and blouses that cost thousands of dollars. Not only is it the expensive clothes, but they are also individually tailored to fit those teeny tiny bodies. And even the clothes they’re wearing are often retouched to fall perfectly or conceal the smallest of imperfect details.So we can’t blame retouching for the unrealistic standard of beauty displayed in women’s magazines! It is a combination of natural beauty, time on their hands to look amazing, perfectly tailored and very expensive clothing, professional makeup artists and lighting, and anything leftover that might not look perfect can be fixed using Photoshop! You do not have a chance to look that good!Everyone is aware that magazines have used super skinny models that suffer from eating disorders or at least look like it, and then on top of that, they Photoshopped them to look even tinier. Surprisingly, nowadays, magazines are actually using the same size models but they are Photoshopping them to look larger!
While this may seem like a step in the right direction, it should be just as troublesome to readers.This new trend might be due to the new appreciation for curves. Fabulous women like Kim Kardashian and Beyonce Knowles are making their curves look fabulous and flaunting them left and right. This newly observed pride in their bodies is making other women redefine what is sexy.So how about this- these magazines actually find real women and put them on the pages, instead of hiring these tiny models and adding pounds on to their legs, arms and stomachs?
I will remember the lie, that the women in the photos wished they looked like their photos. Measurements of models go in and out of fashion however only very slightly and never at a risk to health, health is generally hand and hand with beauty, take Models of the 50s for example had ideal meaurents 36,24,36 and then look at Marilyn Monroe the ideal beauty of the 50s a size 12-16.CuRvY.

Nowadays the clothes are different to the 50s and change erratically so one season you might see models with very small frames and slightly scrawnier then most the next shorter models with slightly more curve. The ideal main measurements of todays fashion models are 34b,24,34 depending on height which ranges 5’9-11. AS well as body shape, types of beauty go in and out erratically which I think is good as there is then no set ideal.
These Models have consistent meals and snacks and keep full because of keeping these measurements.
Not only is it unhealthy to look like that in real life, but we’re enforcing the idea that looks are what matters the most. Fat isn’t sexy and fat is unhealthy, but unhealthily skinny or manufactured images to look such way aren’t any better. The photo of the woman with her ribs showing and then the photo shop a little more meat on her bones. They are so vulnerable and it is very upsetting that their minds are brainwashed like this.
Because we’re human beings with fascinating quirks and irresistible flaws, whereas a lot of the images of women we see in the media are about as human as plastic Barbie dolls. Reading most of the comments, I was getting a sense that most people are condemning publishers or even the models for wanting to look good. The message about this needs to be spread as far as it can go so women and girls realize that the girls in these magazines are indeed fake.

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