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Plus-Size Model Ashley Graham Launched A Fully Unretouched And Photoshop-Free Swimsuit Campaign

Date May 7, 2018 12:32

Don’t you get tired of looking at perfectly retouched models’ bodies on the covers of fashion magazines? Because we actually do!

All these glamorous models with their ideal Instagram photos make ordinary women wonder, why can’t we look like them? Dear ladies, of course, you can. But do you know that all these awesome images are in most cases so perfect due to Photoshop?

Most fashion magazines don’t even hide the fact they use Photoshop to make models look slender with perfect skin and gorgeous hair. Fortunately, there are still few models who are not afraid to show off their real beauty. A plus-size model, Ashley Graham, is one of such women.

Ashley Graham said “No” to Photoshop

Recently, Ashley Graham released a new fully unretouched swimsuit campaign. Ashley contradicts the established beauty standards due to her gorgeous plus-size forms. In one of her interviews, Graham confessed she managed to reach success in the modeling industry only after she learned to accept herself and her body.

Her new swimwear campaign features something we don't often see: raw, unedited photos. Ashley shows off her unretouched and Photoshop-free body in stylish swimsuits. Graham launched her new campaign in collaboration with a famous brand, Swimsuits for All.

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The model commented on the matter:

This campaign is different than any other I have worked on throughout my entire career. I hope these images instill a fearless belief in everyone to be happy in their own skin and enjoy living in the moment, no matter who is watching.

Bravo, Ashley! We have a lot to learn from you - first of all, to love and accept ourselves.

Do you support Ashley’s ‘No Photoshop’ trend? We look forward to learning about your opinion in the comments.

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