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False Advertising (makeup) and so-called celebrity.


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I've never really liked women wearing makeup as I consider that false advertising, and I don't follow the daily "drama" of all these so-called celebrities.  The fact is, with the proper camera angles, lighting and face plaster anyone not morbidly obese could pull off the fake look of celebrity, especially with a little digital tweaking of the image afterwards.  I found a face that has been so prevalent in the news lately one cannot avoid it, but this image taken in poor lighting, of the subject without makeup proves a point.  See all the bumps, freckles and moles?  Just goes to show you what spackle covers up.  

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