Brooklyn Decker gets real about how photo editing makes imperfections disappear: 'It's all fake'

Kerry Justich
·1-min read

Brooklyn Decker is pulling back the curtain on the modeling industry and showing Instagram followers that "it's all fake" with a video showing the before and after of her retouched image.

The 33-year-old model and actress took to her social media to give a behind-the-scenes look at a photo of her while toggling between the photo's edited and unedited state to reveal the dark spots, wrinkles and visible veins that disappear with the help of Photoshop. "Now how do I do that surgically?" she joked. 

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In the comments, people praised Decker for being so transparent.

"Thank you so much for showing this! I am so self conscious about my neck," one person wrote, while another commented, "Thanks for using your voice! I hope that a ton of young girls see this!"

Others reflected on how "real" the star is and begged to see "more of this!" For Decker, it isn't the first time that she's been unfiltered with her online audience.

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Decker has even included hashtags like #nofilterbecausewhy and #whywouldifilterthis on her photos to stress the importance of being unfiltered. "Love your posts," a fan commented. "Way to keep it real."

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