When watching music videos or films we all deep down know that people simply don't look that glossy and glowing naturally; but this new music video for Hungarian singer Boggie's Nouveau Parfum makes it clear just how much a person's looks can change post-production.
Throughout the song the naturally-beautiful Boggie's facial features are enhanced, moved around and highlighted. Yes, some of the makeup and hair work has clearly been done off camera, and a lot of the difference is a simple change in contrast and saturation, but this music video does cleverly remind us that it's not just Vogue photo shoots that are retouched, but moving images as well.
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