Megan Fox for Giorgio Armani Summer 2011 Beauty Campaign

Megan Fox for Giorgio Armani Summer 2011 Beauty Campaign

Armani Beauty – Actress Megan Fox fronts the summer 2011 beauty campaign from Giorgio Armani. From daylight to night, the screen siren allures in the four image advertising campaign.

Megan Fox for Giorgio Armani Summer 2011 Beauty Campaign
Megan Fox for Giorgio Armani Summer 2011 Beauty Campaign
Megan Fox for Giorgio Armani Summer 2011 Beauty Campaign
Megan Fox for Giorgio Armani Summer 2011 Beauty Campaign
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29 thoughts on “Megan Fox for Giorgio Armani Summer 2011 Beauty Campaign”

    • Yep, in some photos her skin looks so unreal it’s creepy. Not to mention the changing of eye color the better complement the make-up.

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    • Yep, in some photos her skin looks so unreal it’s creepy. Not to mention the changing of eye color the better complement the make-up.

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  1. I think they could have done a lot more with this shoot. They didn’t do anything more with her than any other beauty model. Which is a shame. And the retouching is really inconsistent, as others have pointed out.

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  2. I think they could have done a lot more with this shoot. They didn’t do anything more with her than any other beauty model. Which is a shame. And the retouching is really inconsistent, as others have pointed out.

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  3. Yeah, photoshop overkill. I suppose there was no other way. Between Fox’s tattoos and lack of talent as an actress much less a model there wasn’t much else the editors to work with. Poor choice, Armani. Poor choice.

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  4. Yeah, photoshop overkill. I suppose there was no other way. Between Fox’s tattoos and lack of talent as an actress much less a model there wasn’t much else the editors to work with. Poor choice, Armani. Poor choice.

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  5. Yeah, photoshop overkill. I suppose there was no other way. Between Fox’s tattoos and lack of talent as an actress much less a model there wasn’t much else the editors to work with. Poor choice, Armani. Poor choice.

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