Stop Photoshopping Demi Moore

She looks better in Ashton Kutcher's Twitpic photo than in perfume ad
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 22, 2010 12:23 PM CST
Stop Photoshopping Demi Moore
Demi Moore's new ad is shown next to a picture Ashton Kutcher posted on Twitter.   (Wanted via Jezebel, Twitpic)

Demi Moore is entangled in another Photoshop controversy, but at least this time she didn’t lose any body parts. Her recently released perfume ad is obviously retouched—and it’s especially striking when compared to a similar picture husband Ashton Kutcher posted on Twitter. “The main thing this behind-the-scenes snapshot proves is that Demi Moore is a f---ing gorgeous woman,” writes former model Jenna Sauers on Jezebel. But “to the contemporary beauty industry, being gorgeous is not enough.”

Moore's breasts were lifted, her hair thickened, her cleavage enhanced, and her skin airbrushed. “Photoshop this thorough makes her look nothing like a human being,” Sauers continues. Amy Odell agrees. “Demi Moore looks terrific on her own," she writes for New York. "She doesn't need to be made to look like a piece of plastic in order for the world to want to buy perfume from her…right?”
(Read more Demi Moore stories.)

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