Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Photo: Milla Jovovich on the red carpet (Getty)
Model and actress Milla Jovovich thinks magazine airbrushing has lead to "two strings" of "either obesity or anorexia".
The 37-year-old worries that young girls, especially in the US, believe they have to look immaculate at all times. She doesn't see the problem to such a degree in Europe and likes that females there aren't constantly fearful of their appearance.
Jovovich is adamant Photoshop has made some women have unrealistic ideals.
"I feel like in America you know there are two strings; either obesity or anorexia and I think both of them come from this perception that people in magazines actually look that way," she told neverunderdressed.com.
"So everybody tries to be airbrushed, everybody wears so much make-up to look perfect but just end up looking crazy, you know? I think European women are just much more chilled with it, they kind of don't expect that they should look like a magazine walking down the street, because nobody does."
Check out the before & after photos of the airbrushed celebs...