Kate Winslet appears completely line free as the face of Lancome
Kate Winslet, who has waged a one-woman war against the airbrush, appears to have set aside her objections in her latest ad for Lancôme.
The actress, who delights in pointing out her wrinkles, spots and cellulite as Real Woman credentials, has been turned into an unearthly creature of perfection.
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Evidence of the airbrush at work is easy to see when you look at these two pictures.
The one on the left was taken during the shoot and, although she is perfectly made-up, there are a few lines visible around her eyes, along with shadows on her face and even a freckle.
The one on the right is the final product and enough to have the average woman rummaging in her bag for her concealer.
The younger Miss Winslet would have been indignant at any tampering with her image.
In 2003 she complained when a GQ magazine cover shot was digitally altered to make her look slimmer.
And only two years ago she proclaimed: ‘I have wrinkles which are very evident.
'I will particularly say when I look at movie posters, “You guys have airbrushed my forehead. Please can you change it back?”’
No doubt one glance at these remarkably flattering portraits convinced her that sometimes a little perfection doesn’t hurt.