You'd think that when these magazines or whatever reach a point in their retouching that the person they're messing with no longer looks like themselves, the people in charge would realize that perhaps they've gone too far. Apparently not, though, if these ads featuring Megan Fox are any indication of what those responsible were thinking. Actually, once you reach this point of retouching, you don't really even need to pay the model anything anymore. There's literally more retouch than original image left.
The really stupid part is that it's so obvious what they've done. There's no doubting that what you're seeing is completely fake. It's a pointless digital fantasy created in a computer. To put this out there as some standard for beauty for people to meet would be like idiots who wanted to believe the shit in AVATAR was real. We all thought those people were idiots, but somehow Photoshopping Megan Fox into a digital fantasy for people to try to emulate is okay. Stupid.
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