Victoria's Secret recently posted a photo of a model on its official Facebook page who looks to have had major Photoshop alterations. The model seems to be missing her butt and her legs have been altered to look bow-legged.
The Facebook post reads: "Calling all beach bums! Find your perfect fit in our online Swim Style Finder: http://i.victoria.com/R8H or stop in store to try them all on!" One major problem with the ad: The model seen topless has been photoshopped with bow-legs and missing 'bum.'
Response to the Photoshop alterations have been pouring in from all over the globe, with over 2,000 comments from U.K to California.
"The WORST Photoshop ever!!!!!!! The poor model doesn't even have a behind??"
"So obvious this is not her butt. The most beautiful girls in the world and they still have to be photoshopped to perfection??!?? What the heck is Victoria Secret saying with this choice of action here....wow."
"Your Photoshopping tactics are beyond bizarre now ...I think us women - your customers - should vote with our money and not buy your products."
"Congrats Victoria's Secret for further perpetuating the idea that skinnier is better. That did not need Photoshopping. When will you take a stand that its ok to be a healthy weight? When will you encourage a healthy body image? No wonder so many women have eating disorders..."
This is not the first time Victoria's Secret has been accused of Photoshopping models. Beautiful models have been previously photoshopped to have unnaturally thin legs, with some featuring extremely skinny waists and thighs.
Currently, Victoria Secret has not responded to its Facebook Photoshop backlash.