Jessie J After Photoshop

How much can Photoshop change a person?

Jessie J covers Elle UK – November 2012.

The star talks about:

Fashion and Favourite Designers

Speaking about fashion and her favorite designers, the singer admits that, “Vivienne Westwood, Balenciaga, Roberto Cavalli, Giles Deacon. I wore one of his dresses for the ELLE shoot and it just fitted my body. I’m a huge, huge fan of Acne, Stella McCartney. I went in there the other day and I had to stop myself from buying everything. And I phoned her and I went…”

Her image

On her image and how it changed throughout time, Jessie says that, “That really scary, spiky, cartoony kind of thing, that was me two or three years ago. Now, I’m definitely more embracing of myself as a woman and my sexuality and just being a bit more feminine. I’ve always wanted to look like this, but it didn’t grab people’s attention. And in the beginning you’ve always got to do something that’s going to make people go, ‘Who’s that?’”

Her body

The star told the magazine that she is definitely growing into fashion. “It’s about confidence. Maybe I was a bit scared. I was a bit insecure about my body, about being too grown up. But I was a girl and now I’m a woman and I want to make sure I enjoy it,” she says.

This is a picture of her on the Magazine Shooting After Photoshop.

This is an image of the singer without photoshop.

Read Jessie J’s complete interview in the November 2012 issue of ELLE UK.

Other women want to see:

This is another pic of Jessie J inside the magazine where we can see her full body retouched.

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