Veja essas montagens fakes que viralizaram na internet


A hashtag “sem filtro” deve ser uma das mais utilizadas no Instagram. E talvez seja também uma das mais falsas. A rede social é repleta de fotos modificadas por filtros ou pelo uso do Photoshop. Algumas de formas tão absurdas que fica difícil pensar como a pessoa que postou não percebeu antes de apertar “enviar”.

Em um mundo que prega cada vez mais a beleza das diferenças, ainda é possível se deparar sem esforço os traços que a sociedade reconhece como belos. Não à toa, cada vez mais procedimentos estéticos prometem “consertar” indesejadas características naturais de cada pessoa.

O resultado disso pode ser percebido em algumas fotos destacadas em uma comunidade do Reddit que detecta alterações em fotos publicadas no Instagram. As imagens com borrões ao redor da área alterada — ou alterações totalmente desproporcionais ao corpo humano — são das mais variadas e assustadoras. Confira a seguir:

Fonte: Hypeness – Imagem: Reprodução/Internet


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