Kate Winslet had slammed GQ magazine cover picture in 2003 that had transformed her body into a vision of perfection. But despite her protests, the ace actress has yet again been the ‘victim’ of serious airbrushing.
The Oscar-nominated actress appears on the promotional poster for her latest flick ‘The Holiday’ displaying luscious skin and flawlessly unlined features.
Last year the advertising poster of the movie ‘Romance and Cigarettes’ had been tampered with, and this year airbrushing specialists believe that Miss Winslet has again posed for a shot that has been technically doctored to create an image that is far from the natural reality.
Jason Facey, an airbrushing expert with 25 years experience, said, ‘We can see in the shot taken of her at the premiere that she has quite pronounced lines and bagging in the delicate under-eye area, which is what you would expect of someone in their early 30’s. But in the photograph published to advertise her new film, the image has been photoshopped to erase the nose to mouth lines and lessen the crow’s feet.’
Miss Winslet’s publicist has denied any tampering with the shots. She said, ‘There has been absolutely no airbrushing on the stills for the film.’