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Here's another dose of reality for you — even Holly Golightly's features weren't Grecian enough to escape the airbrush. The NYPost found an unretouched photo of Audrey Hepburn, used to promote Breakfast at Tiffany's, with marks made with grease pencil to "correct" Audrey's pores, lines, and shadows. This totally makes you feel better about using Photoshop to lighten your teeth or pump up the contrast on your most recent Facebook profile pic, doesn't it? Check out the photo and more in a new coffee table book full of unseen BaT photos. (NYPost)
Photo: Via Breakfast at Tiffany's Companion
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