Baby Step? Untouched Photo on Cover of Marie Claire
“What we’re talking about here is just one small part of the much wider spectrum of body image, self esteem and eating disorder issues and that small part is actually about digital enhancement and retouching of images.
It’s so excessive in magazines these days and young girls and women are constantly telling us that they don’t even know what they’re looking at any more, and what they want to see is more real, untouched and natural photos of celebrities and people in magazines, and I think this delivers that.”
-Julie Parker, General Manager The Butterfly Foundation
I’m not sure about this one guys. She still fits a mold but how awesome would it be if all covers were untouched?
What does the WATRD community think?