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Cate Blanchett Skips Photoshop For Intelligent Life — The Economist

Cate Blanchett Skips the Photoshop For Her Latest Shoot

We've spoken at length about how much we appreciate Cate Blanchett's skin. Radiant beyond belief, the Aussie actress is the best ambassador for SK-II. Who wouldn't be tempted to try the Japanese skincare line when seeing what wonders it works on Cate? But that aside, her skin is what we see on the cover of Intelligent Life — The Economist. Her skin. Not a heavily-Photoshopped version of what her skin would look like if we didn't age. But her actual skin. Complete with a spattering of fine lines (very few), slight under-eye bags and little baby hairs. Of the decision to run her on their cover without any retouching, the magazine's editor Tim de Lisle explains: "She looks like what she is — a woman of 42, spending her days in an office, her evenings on stage and the rest of her time looking after three young children." She looks to us a very beautiful woman, no? What are your thoughts on Photoshop retouching vs. no retouching?

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