Jac Jossa shares before and after pics to expose Instagram airbrushing trickery

Jac Jossa shares before and after pics to expose Instagram airbrushing trickery


Jacqueline Jossa shares before and after pics to expose Instagram airbrushing trickery

Former I’m A Celebrity winner Jacqueline Jossa has shared before and after pictures to show just how much snaps can be altered. In the edited picture, she changed the shape of her nose and lips and smoothed her skin

Jacqueline Jossa has used the stars’ favourite editing app to expose the trickery behind seemingly perfect Instagram pictures.

The former I’m A Celebrity winner, 27, has been promoting body positivity in recent weeks by sharing totally real pictures of herself and encouraging followers to love themselves just as they are.

In her latest move, Jac downloaded a well-known editing app called Facetune2 and used it to doctor her pictures.

In the altered snap, she changed the shape of her nose, plumped up her lips and smoothed over her skin to make herself look picture perfect.

She shared the before and after pictures to prove to fans just how much some people reply on apps to make themselves look perfect.

Jac – who has been tipped for Strictly this year – admitted she’s got nothing against it as so many celebs on social media must be battling insecurities, but she insisted she prefers realness to photo trickery.

She explained: “I was playing about this it’s called Facetune 2. It’s an app lot of people use to edit their photos.

“I just wanted to show you guys how easy it as and how you can’t tell. Everybody does it so when you’re looking at someone and you think they look flawless and amazing – the majority of the time they don’t.

“It’s the slightest changes, I made my nose slightly smaller and my lips a little bit bigger and basically put a full face of make-up on my face.

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“Really subtly though so it still looks minimal, but don’t be fooled.”

Jac went on to explain she “hasn’t got a clue” how to use it to airbrush bodies, adding: “I would do a body one but I haven’t got a clue how to do it.

“I have no idea how to make your waist smaller. I’m a beginner at this time.”

In her video, she went on to explain she understands why stars use editing tricks to doctor their pictures but doesn’t agree with changing features or body parts.

She added: “I don’t have any problems with brightening your eyes or hiding a spot or a blemish, but when you start changing actual features like your eyes and your lips, or your eyebrowns, like in that video, that’s a bit crazy.

“And when you start getting your waist tiny and hips bigger, which a lot of people do, it gets a bit mad…

“I understand that people that people are insecure and stuff and want to edit their pictures, but we are losing ourselves a bit.

“Also if you show what you look like normally, it’s better.”

It comes after Jac shared a series of pictures revealing how different camera angles can totally change how a person’s body looks.