In what was either a very successful marketing tactic, or a very ironic twist for a song whose lyrics include “I can’t help loving myself,” Meghan Trainor’s video for “Me Too” has been released following her claims that the original video had her body not looking quite right.
If a photograph from their recent Billboard magazine profile is to be believed, one-fifth of Fifth Harmony has two right feet. I don’t mean that in an idiomatic sense, either, as we all know two- to three-fifths of what makes Fifth Harmony “Fifth Harmony” are their dancing skills. No, what I mean is that Ally Brooke…
Donald Trump, a disappointment, managed to rise to the top of the Republican presidential field with a mixture of racism, fascism, and general bigotry. Despite his near-constant hate-mongering, Trump has boasted a good relationship with people of color (“I’ve always had a great relationship with the blacks,” he once…
Last month, Zendaya took to Instagram to criticize Modeliste magazine for heavily Photoshopping the spread she did for them. “[I] was shocked when I found my 19-year-old hips and torso quite manipulated,” she wrote in the caption. The photos she shared showed that the magazine had made her hips, waist and thighs much…
In a recent Facebook post, Victoria’s Secret shared a photo of a model wearing their mesh-back cheeky panties. There’s nothing particularly interesting about the photo, apart from, well, the fact that the woman is missing her left butt cheek. Some people have called this a “Photoshop fail,” but I call it “Lady Gaga…
Yesterday, an unretouched photograph of model Cindy Crawford started circulating online. The leaked photograph shows the then 47-year-old posing in lingerie sans Photoshop.
Hey, ladiiiiiiiiies? Don't you love feeling empowered? More specifically, don't you love feeling empowered by beauty brands and fashion magazines that are BOLD and BRAVE enough to depict models—normal, glowing, glamorous, youthful 5'11 models—in their natural state, without any makeup or photoshop, only in their high…
The results of this reverse Photoshop video featuring Justin Bieber's Calvin Klein campaign will shock and disturb you, demonstrating the lengths to which poor celebrities must go in order to maintain the illusion of perfection.
LiLo has been having a HELL of a time recently—first she gets a rare mosquito-borne virus while on a super reasonably-timed vacation to Bora Bora, then TMZ, like, tells everyone that she won't finish her community service hours in time for her court date, which is totally unfair because 120 hours is 100% doable…
Justin Bieber's Calvin Klein ads were released a mere eight days ago, but it feels like those things have been floating around for a fucking lifetime doesn't it?
A blog claims to have the unretouched version of Justin Bieber's probably not sexy Calvin Klein photo spread.
This is pretty much the best use of photoshop in a long while.
Where'd they go?
Remember when Vogue announced that big butts were in and the world was only surprised about how out of touch vogue was? Remember when Refinery29 did a photo shoot of unretouched female butts in response? Remember when you demanded male butts as recompense? Well, here they are .
In January, lingerie line Aerie announced that it would no longer photoshop or airbrush its models and nearly one year later, it looks like it's paying off.
Naomi Campbell covered W magazine but somehow lost her arms in the process. In the cover image, the supermodel is holding her limbs behind her back but she ends up looking arm-less.
Mere days after Queen B's 33rd birthday, controversy befalls the House of Dereon yet again! Beyoncé (or, more realistically, whoever takes Bey's Tumblr and Instagram photos) has been called out by Twitter for photoshopping an exaggerated thigh gap into a shot of her hanging out on a yacht off the coast of Italy.
Not to be outdone by Vogue (who has just discovered that big butts exist in the realm of man and not just in popular fantasy fiction) or Twitter (which launched a campaign to remind Vogue that yes, big butts have always existed), Refinery29 has published a series of 30 REAL butt photos. And they are glorious.
A new petition seeks to make Dove, the company behind the "Real Beauty" campaign, more accountable for labeling manipulated images in advertising but the company's not having it.