Dove's Latest Campaign Commercial

  1. A video worth seeing.

    http://www.campaignforrealbeauty.com/

    Kinda makes you wonder just how real any picture of any model is, if all of that can be done to a picture.
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  2. 12 Comments

  3. by   Tweety
    Very interesting. Some the men's magazines do the same thing. They paint out the wrinkles, and pain in the rippling abs.
  4. by   traumaRUs
    I would love to be painted! lol (Maybe I would get the bulk discount - tee hee hee~!!!)
  5. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    It's not the wrinkle-erasing that got me. I was not aware that an entire eye could be made bigger with software.

    Which make me wonder why i picture of a model would even be necessary. Sounds like a person could just be drawn.
  6. by   RNin2007
    Quote from Marie_LPN
    It's not the wrinkle-erasing that got me. I was not aware that an entire eye could be made bigger with software.

    Which make me wonder why i picture of a model would even be necessary. Sounds like a person could just be drawn.

    LOL, good point!!!


    ~J
  7. by   smk1
    Quote from Marie_LPN
    It's not the wrinkle-erasing that got me. I was not aware that an entire eye could be made bigger with software.

    Which make me wonder why i picture of a model would even be necessary. Sounds like a person could just be drawn.
    They would sure save a lot of money not paying those "i don't get up for less than 10,000 dollars per day" gals. :uhoh21:
  8. by   adrienurse
    Ummm rippling abs.....

    I'm sorry what?

    Oh yeah love the campagne. I love all the new dove products (since they started making more than soap) Great stuff. Someone needs to help the rest of us seem beautiful.
  9. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    I go to that site everyday before i come here.
  10. by   Spidey's mom
    Quote from Marie_LPN
    It's not the wrinkle-erasing that got me. I was not aware that an entire eye could be made bigger with software.

    Which make me wonder why i picture of a model would even be necessary. Sounds like a person could just be drawn.
    I've thought of that too . . . why not just create a computer model?

    Not that I feel sorry for famous movie stars but I do have a friend who bumps into stars in his line of work and he says what you see on tv, movies and magazines are not what they really look like. And your initial reaction is disappointment - they actually have flaws.

    The pressure to remain "perfect" and "flawless" must be hard . . . .

    Trauma . . . I wish they could "paint" us in reality and take away some of these wrinkles and sags and bags and adipose tissue. :wink2:


    steph
  11. by   Altra
    Very powerful ... thanks for posting. This is the message I keep trying to give my 12-year old dd to counteract the messages she gets elsewhere.
  12. by   UM Review RN
    I sent the link to all my friends and relatives. A lot of them have self-esteem issues.

    I hope this will help.
  13. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    There's a lot of resources on that site for that.
  14. by   SouthernLPN2RN
    Marie, thank you for posting that. DD is 9 now and is approaching those tough years. I plan to show her that tomorrow. Heck, I think I needed to see that.

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