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  • Selfie-editing is the new normal
  • Selfie-editing is the new normal
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Selfie-editing is the new normal

Kim Kardashian pays someone $100,000 a year just to retouch her selfies. Indulgent? Definitely. But she’s not the only one willing to cheat to achieve the perfect digital look. More and more of us are editing our photos to ensure only our most beautiful self appears online.

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