Is it just me, or is Beyoncé looking a little . . . whiter? TMZ found this comparison of the singer in real life, compared to her appearance in an ad for L'Oréal. Seems pretty obvious to me that she's been lighted and heavily retouched — which is no shock, considering the brand's earlier Photoshopping nightmare — but I'm not loving the "lighter is prettier" message it's sending. Do you think this much of a change goes too far?
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