Julia Roberts Ad Pulled Over Airbrushing
July 27, 2011 by Post Team
Julia Roberts Ad Pulled Over Airbrushing, Do not let the public be fooled by the features too perfect, Advertising Standards Authority of Great Britain took a picture of Julia Roberts for being overly retouched. According to The Guardian, was a Member of Parliament Jo Swinson who first took action against Lancome manipulated by advertising, along with another featuring Christy Turlington, saying it could affect a person’s body image? She told reporters, “We should have some honesty in advertising and that is exactly what the ASA can do. I am delighted to have confirmed these complaints.”
“There is a big picture here that is half of young women between 16 and 21 say they would consider cosmetic surgery and found that eating disorders, more than doubled in the last 15 years,” said Swinson. “There is a problem there with body image and confidence. The way in which excessive retouching has become ubiquitous in our society is to contribute to that problem.”
Jo continued, “handling techniques and digital airbrushing too have become the norm, but both Christy Turlington and Julia Roberts are women of beauty that does not need tweaking to look good this ban sends a strong message to advertisers -. Back to reality. “
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