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Is Amanda Seyfried's porcelain cracking?

Oct. 17, 2011by: Droz
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Seems like 26 is a bit early to start developing wrinkles and brow furrows. Then again, she does have that delicate alabaster skin, which tends to be somewhat more delicate than other skin types. Having had some second hand experience with this, I know that anything approaching direct sunlight tends to sear this type of skin like a steak on a grill. There are also some issues with dryness and whatnot. So I guess the ultra white ladies can only hang on to unblemished youth for so long. No matter, she's still amazing-looking.

Hearing some mixed feelings about her new movie IN TIME. The word I hear most is "ripoff," particularly by folks like sci-fi author Harlan Ellison, who claims the film is a derivative of his 1965 short story Repent, Harlequin! Said the Ticktockman and is seeking to halt the October 28 premiere. The two works do bear many similarities, though these kinds of lawsuits have proven difficult to prove in a court of law. We'll see what happens, though I kind of hope it does come out, if only for the fact that Amanda looks like this in it. Nice.

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8:08PM on 10/17/2011
Uhhh, whats wrong again?
Uhhh, whats wrong again?
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8:13PM on 10/17/2011
Gorgeous.
Gorgeous.
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9:44PM on 10/17/2011
Droz,
OK I think we need to talk. I'm not flaming you or trying to be purposefully annoying (or accidentally for that matter) just trying to understand your point-of-view. You are a great writer and I enjoy your wit more often than not, but this double standard has got to stop. I have never seen anyone who is a more vocal Photoshop hater than you. Most often claiming, and rightfully so, that in some cases, over doing it in post-editing can and does create an unchecked reality of sorts.
Droz,
OK I think we need to talk. I'm not flaming you or trying to be purposefully annoying (or accidentally for that matter) just trying to understand your point-of-view. You are a great writer and I enjoy your wit more often than not, but this double standard has got to stop. I have never seen anyone who is a more vocal Photoshop hater than you. Most often claiming, and rightfully so, that in some cases, over doing it in post-editing can and does create an unchecked reality of sorts.

This un-reality of beauty has all kinds of social implications that lead men and young girls to have a skewed view of womanly beauty and more importantly, what the definition of beauty actually is. You slam photo editors for messing with Megan Fox's image but praise photos of Natalie Portman despite them being just as doctored.

Now I don't know if this article is proof that this definition of beauty must be skewed in your mind as I see no reason to mention the age on this beautiful woman's face. It's this mentality that forces ad-agencies, marketing campaigns, and publicists among the few, to hire heavy-handed photo editors to produce the very thing you rail against.

The amount of torture these stars go through to look good under an amazing amount of light and makeup only to have high MP cameras betray them must be frustrating to say the least.

I understand the frustration of seeing a world class beauty smudged and brushed to a high-gloss plastic sheen. But when a photo of a real woman with real signs of aging show up either in your image search or your RSS feed I would think praising her real beauty beyond the flaws, not just in spite of them, would be the real story.
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10:41PM on 10/17/2011
I'm not critiquing her beauty. More of a comment on the fragility of her particular skin type and how its delicate nature tends to make it lose it's youthful elasticity earlier. I note this because it was an issue that came up recently for a friend of mine who has a similar skin tone. You'll find that I nonetheless declared her a beautiful woman, regardless of this.

Also, I'm not necessarily anti-Photoshop. I work with Photoshop everyday. I do dislike overdone Photoshop. When used
I'm not critiquing her beauty. More of a comment on the fragility of her particular skin type and how its delicate nature tends to make it lose it's youthful elasticity earlier. I note this because it was an issue that came up recently for a friend of mine who has a similar skin tone. You'll find that I nonetheless declared her a beautiful woman, regardless of this.

Also, I'm not necessarily anti-Photoshop. I work with Photoshop everyday. I do dislike overdone Photoshop. When used responsibly, I have no problem with it.
1:04AM on 10/18/2011
beautiful!
beautiful!
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2:07PM on 10/19/2011
God! The things I would like to do to this goddess!
God! The things I would like to do to this goddess!
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8:13PM on 10/21/2011
She looks so much like Michelle Pfieffer in that last picture. Gorgeous
She looks so much like Michelle Pfieffer in that last picture. Gorgeous
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