Was Demi Moore's Face Photoshopped in New Ad Campaign?
While it's wonderful to see Demi Moore starring in the latest ads for Helena Rubinstein's 2012 campaign, it looks like the beautiful star was... um, how shall we put this — her image went under the online knife.
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As in completely Photoshopped: No facial lines at all, no wrinkles, no tan. Plus, her nose and chin both have a different shape than normal and her eyes portray a surreal vibrant shade of green.
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According to the Huffington Post, Demi has been the face of the cosmetics company for several years. Although she looks half her age in the new ads, we're just happy to see she's back at work again after the past few turbulent months.
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