They Filter Photos Without Photoshop Of Jennifer Lopez, Angelina Jolie And Other Celebrities.

All the time we see pictures of perfect faces and bodies on social networks; with soft skin, large eyes, long eyelashes, upturned noses, full lips and pronounced curves. But how much of all that is real?

We are used to seeing these images that we suddenly forget that having a face like this is only possible with filters and editions.

In addition, society exerts constant pressure, especially with women, to maintain these perfect but impossible bodies. Celebrities tend to have a greater burden in this regard, as they are always in the public eye and any slight change in their appearance can become a front-page headline.

They, like us, have facial imperfections: pimples, open pores, warts, asymmetrical features and much more; that is, they have real bodies; all this is normal. However, they must achieve a flawless appearance, with the help of tools like makeup and Photoshop.

An Instagram user with the name @ssstructure, shows the true face of the famous, without filters or digital arrangements. In this way, he breaks with the idea of ​​perfection that we have about them and shows us that indeed, they are real people like us, with flaws and flaws.

The purpose of the following gallery is not to criticize the famous for the way they look, but to show that we all have imperfections and that those photos of people with silky skin are nothing more than an illusion.

Below you can see the faces of 25 celebrities before going through Photoshop, so you can see how they really are remembering, of course, that they are beautiful.

Katy Perry

Angelina Jolie

Ariana Grande

Bella Thorne

Billie Eilish

Britney Spears

camila cabello

Cardi B

Chloë Grace Moretz

Gwen Stefani

Hailey Baldwin

Jannet Jackson

Jennifer Lopez

Kendall Jenner

Kim Kardashian

Kylie Jenner

Lady Gaga

King’s wool

Margot Robie

Miley Cyrus

Miranda Kerr

Natalie Portman


Victoria Beckham


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