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ashleyheatherr ashleyheatherr 6 years
I like it.
bryseana bryseana 6 years
The model poses are kind of facebookish.
hazelberry hazelberry 6 years
Am i suppose to be uhhing and ahhing? Eh.
Annie-Tomlin Annie-Tomlin 6 years
Yeah, there are no retouched versions of the ad. I don't see anything that would "need" retouching, anyway. A little bit doesn't bother me in general -- I'm guilty of removing a crazy blemish now and then in Photoshop -- but it's the over-the-top retouching that turns me off.
isahrangme isahrangme 6 years
i don't think there is a retouched version of these ads at all. they want to show how well their makeup is. it just costs more $$ to retouch it just as a comparison
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 6 years
That would have been interesting Prim. I absolutely love this though.
ItsGlisten17 ItsGlisten17 6 years
I love the idea but it would have been better if it had the same picture with retouching next to it for comparison.
sourcherry sourcherry 6 years
I love the idea. I'm not really into these ads particularly because I think the looks/scenarios/etc. are kind of boring. But I loove not seing that airbrushed-to-death look. This is much better, well done.
KAdrock25 KAdrock25 6 years
It's cool to see advertisements without retouching! It's also very strange, because after seeing these ads, I now realize there's a ton of retouching going into traditional ads.
kweenkakes kweenkakes 6 years
loving the concept of the ad, however NOT LOVING the armpits in full effect... LOL
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