Demi Moore: Too photoshopped in Helena Rubinstein ads?
You can see in the above photo - that almost doesn't even look like Demi Moore. The next two below are almost as bad. Airbrushing is one thing, but changing someone's bone structure is quite another.
And it's not the first time Helena Rubinstein's ads have gotten a little heavy-handed with the editing tools. In 2009, Demi Moore launched their "Wanted" ad campaign (pictured, bottom) and that one also bears very little resemblance to the Demi we all know and love.
What gives, ad campaigns? Is Demi Moore not perfect enough on her own? Because if she's not, what hope is there for the rest of us.