It’s a common technique, however that doesn’t mean we can all get used to it and close our eyes every time it happens.
This Glamour edition was the last example I laid my eyes on. A very bright looking Fergie. Like she would be a couple of years younger (I know, she’s just 33 years old but still looks like she’d have more, maybe due to her addiction years). You’d normally say “good for her! She’s in wonderful shape!”, then again when you’d see the next candids with the same Fergie, you’d notice something wrong. Her face is nor that thin or flawless.
I admit stars have a standard to maintain and the magazines can’t afford presenting ugliness, even so, I decided not to be a part of this and I stopped buying paper magazines some time ago. It does nothing to me paying for lies. Do you buy paper magazines? Why?
(photos celebutopia, ohnotheydidnt)