WHETHER we own up to it or not, we’ll all guilty of comparing ourselves to others on Instagram from time to time.
But while we all know that people like to present their most idealised versions of themselves online (i.e. indulging in bottomless brunches on the regular), these shocking photo fails prove that there’s a lot more that goes into some of these “perfect” pictures than meets the eye.
This influencer has an incredibly small waist in the first snap…but her pal forgot to edit her when they posed together.
From a flawless complexion that only Photoshop can achieve to unbelievable bikini bodies that simply don’t exist, plenty of influencers have been called out for editing their photos to shocking extremes.
Tell-tale signs include wobbly backgrounds which have accidentally been altered when nipping in a peron’s waist or accentuating their behinds.
Meanwhile, other influencers have been caught out when their pals forget to edit them to the same shocking degree…
To be fair to these girls, they know that a squat is their most flattering angle
Suck it up
There’s breathing in for a photo and then editing your waist to these bonkers extreme
The hotel in front of this pool appears at a wonky angle as the influencer has edited her figure to extremes
Work it out
One of the more convincing instances of Photoshop, this woman’s calves are abnormally small in comparison to the rest of her body
The clue’s in the details…
The railing in this photo is suspiciously wonky where this woman has edited herself smaller
Highlight on fleek
This beauty blogger shared an unedited version of this picture to show what goes into Photoshop
Another influencer looked drastically different without Photoshop
Take a look at this:
“Instagrammers are ruining California’s super bloom”
“Kylie Jenner (same day on Instagram vs. on TV)”
“That moment when your eyebrow glitches through your hat”
“Melania Trump’s official White House portrait”
“Wait, are we ashamed of our hand lines now? Nobody told me? I’ve been showing them in public like a total chump!”
“Who are these people”
“I’m 29 and until I found this sub I thought the “no pore look” was just excellent makeup I feel silly now, but also relieved”
Source: The Sun