Ordering looks from the Photoshop

Hello Everyone,

I saw an article in the Daily Mail which is a UK newspaper. It had a great article about how a ‘girl next door’ can be changed into a super model.

Now to some of you reading this blog it might be old news to you. However I was very inspired to post this particular video because of the message it communicates.

The video is done by The Dove Self-Esteem Fund and I hope it impacts on you as it did me.

Every company has a right to a chance to sell a product. After all a lot of products can be very beneficial but should companies sell products by deceiving us? What are your thoughts on this? Do you think it’s right for an advert to impact on a person so much. That it makes them question themselves as a human being? What right has a company to judge how we look and should feel?

Thank you for looking! Please share this video with as many people so that we can help spread the message.

The only way to achieve perfection is to do it by deceiving others. Now is that real perfection?

I’ll leave you to ponder on that one. 😀

Take care, 🙂

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2 Responses to Ordering looks from the Photoshop

  1. Becky says:

    Yeh this does prove a point with people using all this to try and better themseves there’s not much natural beauty left in the world
    People are compairing themselves to these ‘models’ and feelig bad about not looking like them but what they dont realise is that most of it isnt that real and and no matter what anyone says nothing should come between how you feel about yourself
    lv Bex xx

  2. Holly Smith says:

    I think that the perception of beauty has been warped in the minds of not only the adolescents but also the adults as well. People are constantly comparing themselves to magazine models and etc. It’s actually quite funny I was watching Tyra Banks, an ex Victoria’s Secret model gone talk show host in the United States, and she said that it got to the point that her pictures were edited so much, that once she saw her self in the magazine she would compare herself to her own pictures. She would beat her own image down and would question if people would compare her to her pictures.
    This can be good for marketing purposes but for the actual people it can be very damaging when they try to compare themselves to something that is “picture perfect”.

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