Transcript for Plus-Size Blogger Asks Beauty Experts to Transform Her Photo
And the "Gma" heat index, and the beauty experiment. A blogger sending a makeup free picture of herself to beauty editors asking them to make her beautiful. The results might surprise you. Here's ABC's juju Chang. Reporter: It's the social experiment turning heads. Looking to see how different countries define beauty. The layout that I gave the editors was make me beautiful. That was kind of the tag line of the whole experiment. Reporter: 23-year-old Marie sent this photo of herself with no makeup, no clothes, to editors in 21 countries, asking them to use photo shop to make her beautiful. What did you think would happen? That they would slim me down and make a very obviously air-brushed miniature version of me. Reporter: Earlier this morning, she tried a similar experiment. I wanted to see how the cultural concept might edit it. Reporter: Marie is considered plus size. Shepteds to see if they would air brush away the weight. They changed her bone structure, her weight. He was quite slender. Reporter: Were you afraid of what was going to come back with you? I wasn't. The biggest point was to see and prove that people's perceptions of beauty was individual, not just one norm. Reporter: Canada, a new hair doe. Jamaica, a tan. Her favorite, Italy, who glammed her up with photo shopped makeup. Few changed the shape of her body. Reporter: I was surprised that only three out of 21 altered my weight and bone structure. That was nice to see. Reporter: Not bad for an online simulation to change the way we look at ourselves. Slowly but surely the message is getting across that people's natural beauty should be celebrated. Reporter: Hoping this inspires women of all cultures to love their look no matter what. Through these images, beauty isn't definable. It varies so much from nation to nation and person to person. Reporter: For "Good morning America," juju Chang, ABC news, New York. And I agree with what you said. Beautiful. Just absolutely -- Just the way she was. It was an interesting idea, though. Encouraging that so few changed her basic structure. Getting there. Slowly but surely. A lot of people calling 2014
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