IF you’ve scrolled through Shein, you’ll probably have seen your fair share of questionable Photoshopping and plenty of awkwardly cropped photos.
One influencer has taken the fashion brand to task though, after seeing the brand’s latest blunder.
The fast fashion brand has become the go-to-destination for low cost clothes, with influencers doing mega hauls with endless items on Tiktok.
Whilst shoppers might be flocking to the app, Shein has been called out for overly editing photos of a model in a recent advert.
Originally posted on Facebook, the promo picture showed a beautiful blonde model posing in a slinky bodycon dress.
Standing in front of a mirror, the ombre dress perfectly flattered her svelte figure and even had a thigh skimming slit.
It’s easy to understand why shoppers would want to recreate the look, especially after seeing it styled with black knee high boots, sunnies and a matching handbag.
Though the model looked gorgeous in the sponsored post, it wasn’t long until people began to notice something off about the image.
In the reflection behind her, the model’s figure looked noticeably curvier compared to the woman who stood in front of the mirror.
Even more shockingly, Shein’s website had a heavily edited image of the young woman – with her reflection looking much thinner compared to the original ad.
Having spotted the Photoshop blunder, it wasn’t long until people started to call out the fast fashion brand for it’s unrealistic beauty standards.
This included body-positivity influencer Danae Mercer, who even took to Instagram over the Photoshop fail this week.
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