Supermodel, not so smart…

"Embracing" her imperfections...

“Embracing” her imperfections…

Imperfections are beautiful: ‘Perfect’ supermodel Gisele Bundchen slams  Photoshopping in fashion campaigns

DailyMail: She is the highest paid model in the world and the long-legged beauty that Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell credit as the only true remaining ‘supermodel’.
As a business women, actress and world famous Victoria’s Secret ‘Angel’ with total earnings over the last 10 years passing  the $250 million mark, Gisele Bundchen knows a thing or two about the modelling world.
And now, she is using her powerful status to speak out about the use of photoshopping in advertising campaigns.  The 32-year-old told Fashionista that she wants more fashion photographers to adopt a more natural look when shooting. She is urging them to embrace imperfections and steer clear of the over retouching that is currently sweeping the industry.
The Brazlian beauty’s latest campaign is with BLK DNM, and she has ensured that she looks as natural as physically possible. Working closely with the brand’s creative director, Johan Lindeberg, Gisele was persuaded to pose make-up and hair styling free for the snaps.
Speaking about her fresh-faced shoot and working with Johan, she said: ‘I loved  his approach because I feel like women should be really real and raw and it  doesn’t really happen anymore.

Really real?

Really real?

‘I love that  feeling of, you know, we are women  – we are so different. Our  imperfections are what makes us unique and beautiful.
‘He’s not trying to retouch you or put a pretty light on you. He’s not like, “You’ve got to look a certain way.” He’s like, “You are you.”‘ The results of the shoot, which took just two hours, are yet to be released.
The gorgeous mother last worked on the  campaign for Chanel’s new make-up range,  Les Beiges, which was shot by Mario Testino.
She was spotted on the red carpet at the MET  Ball earlier this month on the arm of her American football beau Tom Brady. The  power couple are ranked only second to Beyonce and Jay Z in the power stakes.
The model is already the world’s top-earning supermodel thanks to property  investments and a number of lucrative licensing deals as well as advertising campaigns and glossy magazine editorial shoots, in fact financial experts believe the mother-of-two is well on her way to becoming the modeling world’s first billionaire.
Naturally beautiful? Sure she was before and is even more beautiful after she enhanced her imperfections. Maybe she should read a dictionary once in awhile?
Hypocrite: a person who acts in contradiction to his or her stated beliefs or feelings.

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Dr. Eowyn

Next, Bunchen will whine about how, growing up, she always thought herself to be ugly. That’s a constant refrain from stunningly beautiful, wildly successful, and filthy rich models and actresses.
There’s a study that found beautiful people tend to be immoral. Bunchen and her ilk are case studies.


Now I know why Tom Brady has a smile on his face not even a mortician could get rid of !
The reason super models are not known for their intellect is because they’ve had everything handed to them on the kind of their looks . Why bother reading , especially a dictionary ! She’s probably nothing more than a 5’11” long-legged mind of goo !


Hmmm…I’m not getting this. I think it’s refreshing to see a beautiful supermodel coming out against the fakery that is Photoshopping, airbrushing, etc., in favor of a more natural, real look. What am I missing?

Dr. Eowyn

“what am I missing?”
Try nose job and boob job, both of which Bunchen’s had.


The stunning hypocrisy of her stating women should be “really real” and “embrace their imperfections” while at the same time, altering her natural imperfections with plastic surgery.


Modeling is supposed to be about glorifying the ideal body, not one with all sorts of random problems that are a result of the fall and sin and disease in the world. If you follow this logic, people should quit taking showers, using razors, lotion, etc.