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On 9/18/2018 at 4:42 PM, PlasticLimbo said:

 

 

 

I really love this look she looks fresh and down to earth. I'm really loving the braids.  I know that almost everyone in holly wood wears extensions. But i really believe this might be her hair. Which if she buy the hair (extensions) it is her's. 

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5 minutes ago, blondebombshell said:

I really love this look she looks fresh and down to earth. I'm really loving the braids.  I know that almost everyone in holly wood wears extensions. But i really believe this might be her hair. Which if buy the hair (extensions) it is her's. 

I think she looks like she just took her face away from a pan of boiling water. That would explain why her glasses were slid down to the end of her nose.

I'm about sick of the Rose Mist, but she is making me want to buy some just so I can make these videos... so I guess it's working.

I think her hair has gotten longer, but these may be extensions as the ends look sorta frayed.

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6 hours ago, Fighter said:

You guys expect anyone to sell a product like this using unretouched videos/photos? seriously? :dead: 

I like the commercial and I like the way her voice sounds in it. 

Yes that's true, and to be honest I wouldn't have any problem with airbrushed effect for example. There's nothing wrong with that, airbrushed photos have existed since day 1 and it even comes natural in photography. 

I do have a problem with the use and abuse of editing Mambo's face to make her look as if she was a 20 year old girl and with a fake facial expression that looks unreal. :laughing:

That's the point. To me, besides the obvious fact that the pictures/ads/etc. look heavily photoshopped, it's also that she doesn't look like that in real life. That face in that last video (#chromeclaymask) looks almost fake, unnatural and even silly, sorry. :laughing:

It just seems presumptuous and a money-making decision more than an artistic decision, if you know what I mean. Even the voice. :confused:

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1 minute ago, Jascka said:

Yes that's true, and to be honest I wouldn't have any problem with airbrushed effect for example. There's nothing wrong with that, airbrushed photos have existed since day 1 and it even comes natural in photography. 

I do have a problem with the use and abuse of editing Mambo's face to make her look as if she was a 20 year old girl and with a fake facial expression that looks unreal. :laughing:

That's the point. To me, besides the obvious fact that the pictures/ads/etc. look heavily photoshopped, it's also that she doesn't look like that in real life. That face in that last video (#chromeclaymask) looks almost fake, unnatural and even silly, sorry. :laughing:

It just seems presumptuous and a money-making decision more than an artistic decision, if you know what I mean. Even the voice. :confused:

shes also wearing make up and using flattering lighting, how else is a skin product meant to be sold? with a straight out of bed in the morning look? i really dont get these criticisms 😶 

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8 minutes ago, Fighter said:

shes also wearing make up and using flattering lighting, how else is a skin product meant to be sold? with a straight out of bed in the morning look? i really dont get these criticisms 😶 

Probably this is a matter of taste.

Anyway, fortunately we know she has dozens of other great photoshoots (& outtakes) where she looks real and like herself in real life :luv:

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8 minutes ago, Jascka said:

Probably this is a matter of taste.

Anyway, fortunately we know she has dozens of other great photoshoots (& outtakes) where she looks real and like herself in real life :luv:

Madonna hardly has any photoshoots where she looks natural. Shes hardly ever gone for that.

I can understand if people think the commercial is a bit overdone in the airbrushing but who expects realism on a commercial for a skin care product?. that shes trying to sell for money?

i guess people just dont like that shes spending her time selling a skin care product and are coming up with excuses to criticize it lol. 

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3 hours ago, Fighter said:

Madonna hardly has any photoshoots where she looks natural. Shes hardly ever gone for that.

I can understand if people think the commercial is a bit overdone in the airbrushing but who expects realism on a commercial for a skin care product?. that shes trying to sell for money?

i guess people just dont like that shes spending her time selling a skin care product and are coming up with excuses to criticize it lol. 

Yes, but you know what, I don't want her to be lost in "fashion"/Skin Care products now. :laughing:

In short, I was referring to the countless outtakes from every era, alternate angles... that stuff Fighter (she couldn't look more natural, because they didn't touch her face at all obviously).  :luv:

No excuses. And I don't personally attack her, I'm just a fan expressing my opinion about what the direction/style I would like her to take on her ads & be honest about it. I mean don't claim your skincare products are keeping you youthful in appearance for example. :confused: But that's how it works I know.

There are times when I don't understand what she says, what she says she loves, and then what she does. This is one of those times (regarding MDNA Skin). :laughing:
But again, as always, it's just my opinion and a matter of personal taste I guess! :thumbsup:

Sorry if I hurt you anytime lol. I tried to be honest but realistic at the same time.

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