Even the Duchess of Cambridge Isn't Safe From Photoshop Fails
It's official — no one is safe from Photoshop. The Duchess of Cambridge was given an unflattering makeover in the latest issue of Australian magazine Woman's Day. Looking at the cover, it's obvious Kate has been altered from her typical glowing facade. Her under-eyes appear sunken and dark, her eye colour is brightened, her lipstick and blush are exaggerated, her complexion is sallow, and her pores are magnified compared to the original photo. The photo editor even decided to add a cartoon-like twinkle to her diamond earrings. While this unrealistic cover went to print, Woman's Day replaced the image on Facebook for something closer to the truth. Magazines are no strangers to ridicule over their Photoshop choices, but is messing with royalty going too far?