-- When blogger Marie Southard Ospina sent a photo of herself with no makeup and no clothes to photo editors in 21 countries around the world and asked them to Photoshop her, she said she was surprised by one thing most of the experts did not do to her image.
"I was surprised that only three out of 21 altered my weight and my bone structure," Ospina told ABC News' Juju Chang. "So that was nice to see.
"[I thought] that the majority of the editors would slim me down and just make a very obviously airbrushed miniature version of me," Ospina said.
The Manchester, U.K.- and New York City-based writer gave the beauty editors the instructions to simply "make me beautiful."
"That was the tagline of the whole experiment," said Ospina, who wrote about it on Bustle.com.
Ospina was inspired to do the experiment after seeing another journalist, Esther Honig, do something similar earlier this year. Honig sent her selfie to 25 countries around the world, asking people to make her beautiful using Photoshop.
"I was just fascinated by just how much people actually changed her bone structure and her weight, and she was already quite a slender woman," Ospina said.
When it came to Ospina's experiment, the results varied widely according to each country. Canada gave her a new hairdo while Jamaica gave her a darker tan.
"I think, through these images, what I most saw is that beauty isn't definable," Ospina said. "It varies so much, not just from nation to nation but from person to person."
"The biggest point of the experiment was to see and prove that people's perception of beauty is very individual rather than just one basic norm," she said.