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airbrush

an atomizer for spraying paint or varnish by means of compressed air

airbrush

[′er‚brəsh]
(graphic arts)
A pencil-shaped air gun that fine-sprays paint; used in retouching photographs and in shading drawings.

airbrush

airbrush
A small tool used for the fine-spray application of paint, dye, watercolor pigment, or ink by compressed air.
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Victoria Icuah of Domingo Portrait Services in Sittingbourne, Kent, said Lauren had now got the unedited pictures but added: "She should have told the photographer she didn't want it airbrushed.
They airbrushed a lot of muscle onto little Justin Bieber (https://twitter.
Using the Heavenly Luxe[TM] Double Airbrush Foundation Brush gently swirl circles into the Celebration Foundation[TM] Illumination then dust onto skin in circular motions to distribute a naturally flawless, airbrushed finish that looks and feels like pure silk.
If the photos have to be airbrushed at all, one should give her a nice tan and a bronzed glow.
The 25,000-signature petition calls on Prime Minister David Cameron to introduce compulsory labelling to distinguish between airbrushed and natural images "in order to shape a generation of self-confident girls and young women".
I bashed it while I was in the Arctic and there was a bruise - which had to be airbrushed.
Either way, Girlguiding UK's demand for compulsory labelling on airbrushed pictures is unlikely to affect my own body image.
Jessica Atkinson, an 18-year-old student from Acklam, said: People should know they have been airbrushed, it's common sense.
Airbrushed images of models are giving children and young people a false view of how "normal" people look, and are creating a unhealthy environment where we are not valuing individuals who are perceived as "less than perfect".
The argument that unrealistic airbrushed images lead young women and girls to believe they cannot live up to an unreal ideal raged between psychologists and magazine editors.
Just like David Cameron airbrushed his election posters so too is the Plaid leader trying to airbrush history.
Summary: Gordon Brown has attacked David Cameron in the Commons over an apparently airbrushed photo of the Tory leader on an election poster.