Eva Longoria doesn't need help in the Photoshop department, what with her two consecutive Maxim's Hot 100 List wins.
But even the hottest of hot women in Hollywood need a little help, apparently. An overly airbrushed Longoria on the July 2012 cover of Amica Magazine. Why would the Italian magazine go through the trouble of drastically retouching the 37-year-old beauty?
Wearing a deep purple Lanvin dress and holding what looks like a potato, Longoria's look is a far fry from fresh. More bizarre than that? Her skin tone, which looks completely altered from its natural color in favor of a lighter, blemish-free white hue. The extra-accentuated cheekbones and jaw line don't help either.
Longoria's new look comes as a surprise given the actress' outspoken attitude against plastic surgery. "I’m terrified of needles and knives,” Longoria revealled in an interview earlier this year. "I saw those Discovery Channel shows with the operations. The sound of the chisel. Agh! No thank you.”
It's not the first time Amica has pulled some Photoshop shenanigans. The magazine's most recent issue featured a dazed Diane Kruger with what may or may not be a fake crown pasted atop her head.