What being beautiful means in 25 countries around the world

Across the world, our ideas of what makes someone "beautiful" vary immensely.To get more news about 在线观看片a免费不卡观看, you can visit our official website.

If you ever needed proof that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, look no further than this one collection of photographs.

Journalist Esther Honig asked Photoshop editors around the world to edit her face according to the beauty standards of their country, and the results are very revealing.In accordance with this expert’s interpretation of Argentinian beauty standards, Esther’s bare face has been given fake lashes, flawless skin and heavily lip glossed lips.

In Australia, all you need is bright pink blusher, bright red lipstick and a tan to be considered beautiful, apparently.

To be considered beautiful in Bangladesh, Esther has been given brown eyes, flawless skin and a completely unnattainable glow.

Esther has been given thinner eyebrows and lots of jewellery to make her beautiful by Chilean standards.

Esther was given paler skin and a reddish tinge to her hair in order to comply with Germany’s beauty standards.

Esther’s skin has been heavily photoshopped, and she’s been given impossibly long eyelashes to meet Greek beauty standards.

Esther has been given darker skin, her eyebrows have been edited, and even the shape of her chin looks to have been altered.