The original image was deemed too explicit for the largely Muslim nation because it revealed too much of Gisele's perfect figure — namely her cleavage. As a result, Digital Gods went to work Photoshopping a white tank top over the original image. Gisele appears fully-clothed in the altered...

But come on, peeps, is she really that scantily clad? Were she standing up, we're, like, 75% positive the scalloped-hem frock would pass any school board's fingertip-length rule. Yes, there's no denying that the blooming bottle is positioned nigh hooha in all its Georgia O'Keefe-y conjuring...

Britain's Advertising Standards Authority have banned 2 different ads in the UK due to extensive airbrushing. Advertisements for foundations by Lancome starring Julia Roberts and Maybelline starring supermodel Christy Turlington, were deemed misleading by the ad watchdog. The complaints...

They just banned a Lynx advertising campaign for being degrading to women. Lynx (which is British Axe) is under fire for ads featuring pin-up model Lucy Pinder. This is what the ASA had to say about the ruling: We considered that the various activities that Ms Pinder carried out were...

Usually, a mega syringe within the proximity of my face would have me running in fear, but this oversized beauty version is of the non-puncturing variety; introducing RoC® Instant Deep Wrinkle Filler, a product with claims of making those pesky "life lines" disappear at the press of a...

LONDON, May 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – It's hard to avoid the fact that this summer the British public are set to experience two of the most patriotic events (other than a Royal Wedding of course), that a nation can ever expect to encounter in such a close proximity. And with the Royal...

American Apparel ads are known to push people's buttons. From exposed breasts to gratuitous pubic hair to weird watercolor nudes, it's not surprising that several ads have already been banned in Britain. Now, more are being banned by the U.K.'s Advertising Standards Agency for "sexually...

By Jocelyn - Wednesday, November 9th, 2011 at 10:10am Remember these ads? I posted them back in June when they were released by Marc Jacobs. The controversial ads are back in the public eye today, after the Advertising Standards Authority in the UK banned them, saying that while Dakota...

Ads featuring Julia Roberts and Christy Turlington have been banned by the U.K.'s Advertising Standards Authority for being too airbrushed. Even though fine print at the bottom of the Maybelline campaign for their Eraser foundation states that the image is an "illustrated effect," the ASA...

Both of these ads have now been banned by the ASA. The photos used in the ads were both digitally altered, heavily according to Member of Parliament Jo Swinson and thus they are "not representative of the results the products could achieve." Swinson was the one who originally filed the...

 

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