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Wart Face

There was a time that those who appeared on our televisions and in movies had, (or seemed to have) perfect complexions. Not a mole, pimple, freckle, bump.

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Considering the closeups, that we see a face on the screen as if we are in bed with them, perfection is necessary.

Simply put,  I wouldn’t get close to a person who had so many moles, bumps, warts in RL as I am forced to do on the screen.

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Today, with HD and super sharp, the time for a layer of make up is  NOW.

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Written by jaylar

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  1. I would say that it is a good thing that people can appear on TV without pretending that that they look different to what nature intended. One is reminded of the reputed remark of Oliver Cromwell (leader of the English Republic after the 17th century Civil War) when a portrait painter threatened to “airbrush” out his facial flaws and Cromwell told him to paint all his blemishes, “warts and all”.

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