Another day, another photoshop fail!
These fails have become so run-of-the-mill for the Kardashian-Jenner women. Whenever they post on social media, some kind of drama is sure to flow over.
It’s 2021 and Face Tune, Photoshop, Lightroom and any other alteration application is industry standard for a social media post. That’s just the world we live in today.
So, it’s not surprising Kim Kardashian is being called out for another #PhotoshopFail.
The fail comes after her latest ‘Skims’ campaign for her “Fits Everybody Underwear” campaign.
Kim is seen laying on her side in nothing but a bra and underwear. Her taught tummy and voluptuous curves are on full display.
The ‘Skims’ creator then tells fans she never used to wear underwear but ‘Skims’ changed that for her.
The more you know!
While delivering her spiel about why the underwear is a must-have, Kim is seen tracing her fingers up along her body. She’s explaining how the underwear molds to the body and basically feels like you’re wearing nothing at all.
It’s at this exact moment fans caught on to something that didn’t look right.
As she’s brushing up the side of her body, it appears her finger gets distorted and become squiggly. This is what had fans jumping to the conclusion that she was using a body filter.
Of course the video went viral after a user posted it to TikTok asking the burning question, “Who approved this editing???”
The video has over 2.3 million likes and counting.
However, maybe Kim didn’t use a body filter and it was all a technological flub!
According to PageSix, Kim actually did NOT use a filter or photoshop of any kind.
The outlet exclusively revealed her retouched waist was the result of a glitch in the upload process.
“The Skims commercial that aired last week featuring the Fits Everybody collection did initially have an error as a result of the video losing its quality during the uploading process,” a spokesperson for Skims told Page Six on Monday, June 7th.
Upon review of the glitch, the Skims team immediately took it down and uploaded the “unedited” and “untouched” version, this according to the spokesperson.
The Skims rep told the outlet, “Immediately after it was noticed by the team, the video was pulled, and the glitch-free version was uploaded and ran for the remainder of the time on air. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused Kim and our customers.”
A source told PageSix Kim insisted there be no retouching or editing to her body in this commercial.
Skims is adamant it was all just a glitch in their technical system.