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Hudgens Photoshop: Vanessa refuses to be touched up in new Bongo ads

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Vanessa Hudgens is refusing to let Photoshop mess with her pictures. She knows that she looks great without it and isn't afraid to show it all off. On Thursday, Huffington Post shared about her new ads for Bongo that haven't been touched up by Photoshop at all and she still looks simply gorgeous.

Hudgens spoke out about the new ads saying, "This is my second season working with Bongo and it's been such a treat! The clothes really make me feel carefree and confident, which is why I love that the final ad images are unretouched. It’s so important for girls to remember that real beauty shines from within and I’m so proud that Bongo is choosing to send such a positive message with this campaign." Fans love knowing that this is the real Vanessa they are seeing too.

Dari Marder, chief marketing officer of Bongo's parent company, Iconix Brand Group loves that she went natural too. He spoke out saying, "We admire her confidence to go without retouching for this campaign and can’t wait for her fans to see how naturally beautiful she is. In the age of Instagram filters and Photoshop apps, it is more important than ever that Bongo remains committed to inspiring girls to feel comfortable in their own skin, and we are excited to be partnering with Vanessa to send that message with this campaign."

Most young girls change up all of their photos that go out to the world. Even stuff on social networks has a filter used or is touched up in some way. Vanessa Hudgens is showing that you can be natural and still be beautiful. The Bongo ad is proof that sometimes it is best to just be yourself and that is what she is doing in this photo shoot.

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