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A new photograph-analyzing tool makes it possible to quantify changes made by digital airbrushers in the fashion and lifestyle industry, where image alteration has become the psychologically destructive norm.
The 44-year-old mother of four is so happy in her own blemish free skin that she refused to let airbrushers anywhere near her nude shots for Grazia magazine, reported mirror. co.uk.
She has hit out in the past when airbrushers have made her cleavage appear fuller in posters and magazine shoots.
But after the airbrushers had been to work, however, she’s barely recognisable – the size of her external fascia had been adjusted to W607mm/D495mm, someone had installed a manual control under her ashpan cover and she was clearly sporting an artificial burning coal effect.