Woman Tests Beauty Standards With Bold Photoshop Experiment


Journalist Ester Honig’s photography series, Before and After, explored what it is to be beautiful. By Photoshopping her image using beauty standards in several different countries, Honig showed how many different ways a woman’s face can be distorted to fit society’s standard of beauty.

Fellow journalist and close friend to Honig, Priscilla Yuki Wilson took the series one step further by applying the same experiment to her own face, with drastically different results. Wilson, who is African American and Japanese, often finds that her biracial identity is challenging to those around her.

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Andrea Romano


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