Now airbrushing, distorting and editing photos isn't just for celebritities and models, but the mass market as well.If the point of the selfie is to proudly share our beauty with others, then aren't retouching apps like this counteracting that very point?Speaking about the encounter on Facebook, Kiara said the Harry Potter actress was ‘kind and sweet’.‘I was studying for my Bio exam when my Mom called to show Emma Watson standing behind her, then she politely asked Emma if she can say hi to me on the cam,’ she wrote on Facebook. ’, leading Kiara to share the most understandable reaction to chatting to the star: ‘OH GOOD LORD, I CAN NOT BREATHE.’ Chatting later to ABS-CBN News, Kiara said she hoped her experience would ‘motivate more people to study hard.’ It would seem Watson has developed a knack for sharing valuable advice on life’s important issues.
In just two minutes of playing around on the app, I had a slimmer, contoured face In the on-going heated discussions surrounding Photoshop and image retouching, this beauty app raises the question: are we taking photo editing too far?That staple of teenage angst – hours on the telephone with a best friend – has vanished.The grandchildren – and their friends – seem to be totally terrified of being “on the phone.” You don’t go over to a best friend’s house, or meet up at the playground, or hang out on the corner. I find that kind of weird talking to a grainy, distorted image, but the kids don’t. (“Normal,” his favorite adjective, describes everything he accepts into his world including food and people as well as technology.)I listened to Reilly one afternoon as he did his homework with his friend Vu Phong via Face Time.PS: Definition of “Caking”1) The act of flirting excessively.2) To talk for long hours on the phone with your honey, lover Have a nice day! Remember the hours and hours we used to spend on the phone with our dearest friends? To be honest, I like to show off my mojo because I think it puts me into a younger and hipper class than my chronological years suggest.