Noi.se Magazine's Striking Cosmetic Surgery Spread Is Kind Of Sinister
Plastic surgery in editorials is nothing groundbreaking in fashion, but it is always an interesting, revealing theme for a shoot. By taking what is done behind closed doors and in a private, medical facility and then giving it a glossy, glamorous sheen adds a surrealist element to the ways in which we edit or enhance our bodies.
why be plastic? to be fake like your personality? to show pride and power? to make people envy you? why would someone envy a fake? why do you feel like you're above everybody else? you're not!! why don't you just be human?
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I never buy fashion or women's magazines because it promotes this kind of shackling of women. We are not what we wear or put on our faces or into our stomachs. Why do we do this to ourselves, to our self-image and confidence, and self-esteem? Rise above.
"The Masha Voronina Tush Winter spread for 2010 gives readers a slightly deeper look into the "beauty" of cosmetics surgery. Through this editorial, it is clear that going under the knife isn't all that easy. Complexities, bandages and cut-out lines upon the skin are more scary than fashionable. With her fresh, clean face there is no need for this model to get any work done, but she sure beautifies cosmetic surgery in the Masha Voronina Tush Winter spread." - Trendhunter
jenny-saville Saville makes painting loud and noticeable. Which is very different to Hammershoi. This painting is full of colours/textures. The burntness of the face draws you to it. The expression is loud, as in it's uncommon as it is in our face with the mouth open and the dark corners of it. It is not soft of subtle, but it is striking. It conveys tone and shape very well, as it highlights lights/darks and the shape is sharp.