What Our Favorite Celebrities Look Like Without Photoshop

Have you ever wondered what your favorite celebrities look like without photoshop? Take a look at some of the most famous celebrities before and after Photoshop! Images that formerly never saw the light of day are surfacing for the public to see. Maybe that leak of the images was ‘unfair’, nevertheless, they are actually a human beings. They are still beautiful. We all have blemishes. Do they look horrible in these untouched photos?! They still look better than we’re on most days! Every photo we see online or in magazines has been manipulated in some way.

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Beyonce’s unretouched L’Oreal advert photos leak online

Beyonce’s unretouched L’Oreal advert photos leak online. Fans of Beyonce have lashed out on Twitter after more than 200 alleged unretouched photos from her L’Oreal cosmetic campaign were leaked on a fan site called The Beyonce World.
The 35-year-old superstar, known for her hit track Flawless, appears to have uneven and pimply skin under the heavily applied foundation in the supposed pre-Photoshop images. But her legions of admirers have come out in support online, criticizing the posting of the pictures, with many claiming they are not real.

Beyonce has yet to comment on the unretouched photos, which were immediately taken down by the website soon after they were posted. (They were picked up by GOSTRA and Complex.)

The outtakes appear to be from Beyonce’s adverts for L’Oreal’s Feria and Infallible products, which advertise hair dyes, lipsticks, and foundations. Due to the widespread condemnation of the images, though, the fansite has since removed them and has posted a message.

We don’t want to cause any drama, nor do we wish to start fan wars. Some of the things we have seen posted were just horrible, and we don’t want any parts of it. We were just posting the photos to share the fact that our queen is naturally beautiful, at the same time she is just a regular woman.

While some of the reaction to the apparent pre-Photoshopped images was cruel, the majority of the ‘Beyhive’ – the adopted name for the Crazy In Love hitmaker’s millions of fans, collectively – supported the 20-time Grammy winner with kind and encouraging words.

When Beyonce found out they had edited the way her body really looks, she hit the roof. She was a true diva and was furious that she had been given such a snubbing. Her people refused to give the pictures the green light, so they were forced to use the originals. The singer is yet to make a comment on the unretouched images on social media. Beyonce’s publicist tried to have ‘unflattering’ photos of her client performing at the Super Bowl taken down.

There are some unflattering photos on our current feed that we are respectfully asking you to change. I am certain you will be able to find some better photos.

Instead of taking down the article, the site changed the post’s title to ‘The “Unflattering” Photos Beyonce’s Publicist Doesn’t Want You To See’ and the images went viral and turned into memes.

Yes all of them are humans, and we all have our own imperfections. But most all of them have a very lucrative cosmetics endorsement contracts and so they should probably take better care of their skin. That’s what models and actors were expected to do in the olden days before Photoshop.

We have to wonder if there is such thing as authentic and natural beauty among humans. In our opinion, anyone who has natural “beauty” would not need so much “man-made” beauty enhancements. We would also like to know why someone who is supposed to be extraordinarily talented would lean so heavily on their supposed beauty to be appreciated for their “natural” abilities to exercise their talent. It is sad when entertainment stars allow themselves to be manufactured the same way clothing, cars, jewelry, and any other inanimate objects are built and designed.

Author: Hemingway