People are accusing James Charles of editing his body in a new makeup ad where he's dressed as an elfGet the Full StoryDimitrios Kambouris Getty Images
On Monday, James Charles released a new advertisement for his namesake line of beauty products sold at Morphe.
In the photo, he's dressed like an elf and positioned on a vanity next to an eye-shadow palette and setting-spray bottle.
Though Charles' face was seemingly altered to resemble an elf, some social-media users believe his body was also heavily edited, while others have praised the image.
The YouTuber openly speaks about his use of photo-editing technology and has made YouTube videos about it in the past, while many other influencers are known to alter their images.
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James Charles is being accused of editing his body in his latest makeup advertisement.
On Monday, the social-media star took to Instagram and Twitter with a new campaign image for his namesake eye-shadow palettes and brush set sold at Morphe. In the photo, he's dressed like an elf, shrunken down in size, and positioned on a vanity next to an eye-shadow palette and setting-spray bottle.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A podiatrist explains heel spurs, the medical condition Trump said earned him a medical deferment from VietnamSee Also:James Charles suggests he could've 'thrown back a million other accusations' during his feud with Tati Westbrook and Jeffree Star, but didn't want to create more drama24 celebrities who have ditched makeup in 2019Jeffree Star is releasing 50 highlighters that are 'not for the faint of heart'
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