Here’s How Photoshop Artists Made A Biracial Woman 'Beautiful'

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A woman issues a challenge worldwide: Take this unedited photo and make me beautiful according to your country's standards.

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A few months ago, the “Make Me Beautiful” campaign went viral in which freelance journalist Esther Honig sent a picture of herself to graphic designers around the world, requesting them to Photoshop her according to beauty standards in their respective countries.

The results were incredible.

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Inspired by Honig’s project, Priscilla Yuki Wilson – a biracial, half-Japanese and half-black woman – decided to do the same with her picture.

Here is how she was doctored – or made "beautiful" – in almost 18 countries across the world:

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Vietnam:

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India:

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Pakistan:

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Mexico:

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European Union:

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United Kingdom:

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United States:

Three versions came in from the U.S.

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(H/T: Elite Daily)

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