Ashley Graham did not deserve this ridiculous Photoshop fuck-up in Sports Illustrated
Just leave her alone?!
by Amanda Ross
For as long as magazines and advertisements have been setting ideal body and beauty standards, they’ve been editing and digitally altering already-perfect people to try and fit them.
The result is not ridiculously good looking people with no flaws, but rather human approximates who look like half-cyborgs, half-anime characters.
Seriously, look at any Vogue spread. The girls’ faces are so dimensionless from all the Photoshopping, they might as well be paper plates.
And now, they’ve taken our queen, too. I’m not surprised that dude-bro bastion Sports Illustrated has decided to Photoshop model Ashley Graham into oblivion, but I am shocked at what a shitty job they did. Seriously, SI? Are times so tough you had to make an ad intern to do your photo editing or what?
Look at this picture:
At first glance, the always-gorgeous Graham looks…gorgeous. Yes. Of course. But zoom in on her ass:
WHY DID THEY DO THAT? The edges are all warped from where they clearly edited it. But why? We’ve had the blessing of seeing her ass a million times in pictures and videos and it’s already great as-is. Why did they bring this fuck-up on themselves by attempting to mess with perfection?
Want to tell the world you’ve been raped? Just buy this tacky necklace!
Who thought this was a good idea?
by Katie Way
In the midst of women coming forward, sharing their stories about surviving sexual violence and sharing their ambivalence about going public with these stories, one jewelry company dared to do the most by making a Me Too necklace for all the fashionable ladies out there who are interested in literally wearing their trauma. Nothing says…
Fuck your unicorns and mermaids, I want this new DRAGON highlighter
Fiery glow is for Khaleesis only
by Amanda Ross
If I had a dollar for every unicorn-themed product launch this past year, I'd have enough money to buy all the unicorn-themed products launched last year. What I'm trying to say is, it's a lot. And there's nothing wrong with the absolute avalanche of unicorn and mermaid-themed lipsticks and highlighters and whatever else. Some of…
I’m calling it: The era of highlight is officially over
RIP to the fashionable phase for my oily flesh
by Katie Way
There is a point that every trend reaches where it becomes so overdone that it is stupid. And I regret to inform all you Glossier devotees and Fenty Beauty converts that when it comes to highlighter, we're there. It's over, we killed itWe were handed the highlighter trend and we, frankly, abused it. Highlighter morphed…