Agree soo much! Sometimes I daydream and wonder how it must be for her. She's so striking I can just imagine the look on people's faces when she turns her head and they see her for the first time or just passing by her on the street. I think my jaw would drop. Especially with her white platinum hair. I dyed my hair white because of her (except I look more like a skinnier Daenerys Targaryen than Sasha since I don't have that face shape).She is my favorite! Seriously one of the if not the most beautiful person I've seen in my life.
Brain teaser: which leg isn't edited? I'm so confused right now haha. Or they are both edited in different ways. One airbrushed and the other saturated.
At first I didn't see it at all but then when @Kelly pointed out her arms I thought "wow they are nice, hm do the legs match"? And then I finally noticed even after looking at the pictures a few times. Needless to say I'm very bad at spotting photoshop, even something that obvious.Wow, good eye! There should be game geard towards spotting bad photoshop
While part of me agrees with Mila (the science is undeniable), part of me also knows that most --if not all -- girls on here are aware of smoking's negative health effects. The original creator of this thread prefaced it with "I don't want to promote smoking". Even if the thread is romanticizing smoking, that doesn't necessarily mean SG members will go out and buy a pack simply due to these photos (shame on me if I am giving too much benefit of the doubt here...I guess I just figure you likely have the discipline/intelligence to hold two opposed ideas at the same time if you're an SG member). I also think it's difficult to draw a hard line between what is/is not glamorization. For example, does 5 pages worth of models smoking count as glamorization? Potentially. Or is glamorization posting a photo captioned "omg Freja looks amazing smoking, I want to look just as great so I'll start too" ? I guess it's for the individual to decide.While all of these beautiful people might make smoking look ridiculously attractive and appealing, I feel like this thread is sort of promoting and romanticising something that is super unhealthy and, ironically, deteriorates beauty faster than paper burns. I don't think that we should be praising photos of models holding cigarettes (or worse, smoking them). The cigs they hold are only going to make them look awful as they age. Remember that. And, with a thread that praises the models who practise this disgusting, preposterously unhealthy habit, we're basically glamorising something that has caused death upon a third of the people who use it. It is quite possibly the most un-glamorous thing out there, and yet we're discussing it as if it's a chic fashion statement. I don't know how I feel about it. Just my two cents. Y'all do you.