Oh, no, not again. It appears that the retouching job done on Demi Moore for the Ann Taylor ads last September barely touched the surface <disgraceful pun> when it comes to making Demi look younger, and younger, and younger.
Let the Benjamin Button jokes run amuck.
Demi’s getting-to-be-not-so-familiar face is part of a new ad campaign for cosmetics company Helena Rubinstein. In the ad she appears almost entirely wrinkle free. Is this false advertising for a company who is selling beauty in a bottle?
In the case of Demi’s touch-up in Ann Taylor or Adele in Vogue, at least they were not selling a cosmetics company.
“She looks quite unlike her usual self,” Life & Style Picture Editor Craig Gunn told the Daily Mail. “It’s a slightly alien effect. When you start taking away people’s skintones and smoothing out their features, they look like mannequins.”
Photos via Mirror UK