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In 75 Seconds: Why We Have Such Distorted Views of Beauty

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Anyone can have the body of their dreams if they just learn this one secret Hollywood actresses have been using for years.
The secret to loving your body has nothing to do with losing weight!
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  • wow, after watching this I actually feel better about myself. Like most folks on here have said, I knew they fixed the photos up ...........but I never realized they can and will totally transformed the model in the picture into a completely different person. - 2/26/2015 1:59:29 PM
  • I want the email of the photoshop "fixer."
    I've got some photographs I want "fixed."
    Lol.
    (Not to look prettier or skinnier, just to dodge and burn a few areas.) - 2/16/2015 4:32:10 PM
  • LIGHTPERSON
    How about instead of another law, let's just start not caring about what we see? My first reaction is to not believe what I see..........don'
    t need a law for a disclaimer. - 2/16/2015 2:44:18 PM
  • "Why We Have Such Distorted Views of Beauty" -- I do not have a distorted view of beauty. I believe the only people that say these things are those that are not happy with their own appearance. - 2/16/2015 1:36:06 AM
  • Mi = My

    I could find how to fix typos :) - 2/16/2015 12:39:28 AM
  • Ok, once you discard any magazine's front page as fantasy, how do you explain the rest of your walking reality?

    Even in the 70s there was always a 0.5% of people naturally gifted. Mi reaction: good for them. After all, youth's blossom is just a "spark" in existence. 80 years from now, any top model and I will look exactly the same. - 2/16/2015 12:25:52 AM
  • I think it would be a lot better if Sparks wouldn't have picture like this just by the comment how about a man being in the nude should tell you what kind of problem not being properly dress. She need to have the top on for this sight. Please. - 1/29/2015 2:18:20 PM
  • I watched this multiple times... I have to admit that I knew they touched up photos, but this was beyond anything I imagined. It is amazing to see how much is changed. Thanks for this- it really does help a lot to put things into perspective... - 12/29/2014 10:28:27 AM
  • BORING --- how about a man in the nude for a change! - 11/10/2014 8:44:01 AM
  • MILEY64
    lets face it ladies, it's all airbrushed. all fake, and they want us to believe what we see. Not this girl.
    living in reality - 10/7/2014 6:47:06 PM
  • I also watched this twice. The model was cute without the photo shop. There was a time when models had to really work at keeping themselves fit and there were real makeup artist who could work their magic to enhance certain features. Photo shop did not exist. Sports illustrated put out a 50th anniversary addition and placed swimsuit models from the first addition to current. I don't know if they use photo shop in their magazine. All of the models looked fit but not exactly the same. They may have had a bit of Botox or a tuck done over the years. But the magazine gracefully displayed how models do age and they are not "perfect". - 8/31/2014 7:36:23 AM
  • wow, had to watch this twice,,,,truly amazing video,,, - 8/19/2014 12:52:40 PM
  • SHREDMEMOM
    I thought the model was already gorgeous! I think the end result looks plastic and unrealistic. I don't like the all made up look anyway and think a little makeup to enhance features is all we need. I would prefer to look like the model herself, and would never want to look like that end result picture. I didn't know that they did all that manipulation to photographs. - 7/29/2014 1:07:32 PM
  • I had no idea there was this much manipulation of photographs. If I was the photographer I would be heartbroken. It is obvious that a layperson could take the picture and it would turn out the same. There is no need for a professional touch except for the person who is using the software to "fix" the photograph. This is just shocking and very, very sad. - 7/21/2014 4:29:36 PM
  • ARIANABACK0415
    I agree, they really need to show this in elementary, middle, and high schools. It'll help with self-confidence. I would be so upset if I was the original model for this ad. All the changes they made to her to make her like "beautiful" by the computers. It is so sad. - 7/20/2014 5:47:46 PM