Megan Fox’s new ads for Armani: gorgeous, plastic, or completely insulting?


Here is the new ad for Armani Cosmetics 2011… guess who that is? Guess. Seriously. My guess was the unholy love child of Olivia Wilde, Mila Kunis and a plastic blow-up doll. I’m sort of right… it’s Megan Fox. Like, three faces ago. She doesn’t look like this currently, but give her a few more surgeries, and maybe she’ll come back to it. Oh, here’s another ad, via the UK’s Independent. Look how different her face is here:


…the hell? I don’t hate Megan Fox as a general rule, and I do think that she started out as a pretty little thing, but using her – and her constantly changing PlasticFace – in a campaign for cosmetics is a joke, and it is insulting.

There’s a commercial too.

Header ad courtesy of Popoholic.

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  1. Aria says:

    Why, Meg? She was so beautiful but all that surgery and botox really f*uck up her face. So sad! Now she looks like someone going on 40s and not in a good way

  2. Lisa says:

    She’s gorgeous! Yes, I love Megan Fox b/c she’s not a famewhore unless she’s promoting a new movie; however, it really wouldn’t be considered famewhoring if promoting a movie is part of her job.

  3. MarenGermany says:

    like lisa said, she is not a famewhore. most of the times she goes out casual with little make up.
    i sorta like her.

    and i´m so not down with the photoshop-to-oblivion thing you see everywhere.
    even the most stunning women are given that treatment to make them look even more like plastic dolls. ugh.

  4. Quixotic1205 says:

    She used to look better. I think she needs to gain more weight. It’ll make her face look much softer.

  5. Quest says:

    She is looking so different in this pics but I like it. Not a big fan of Megan but I like it. She should really take it easy on the facial changes or her own mom would not recognize her.

  6. devilgirl says:

    She is no more plastic than anyone else in Hollywood.

    I am not insulted by these ads in the least.

  7. guesty says:

    in the header pic…she’s virtually unrecognizable. but in the others…she pretty much looks the same imo.

    back in the day it was a good thing to have an interchangeable look. but it wasn’t because of plastic surgery.

  8. Hautie says:

    I also tend to think her face looking hard is caused by her lack of food.

    If she put ten pounds on her frame, that face would maybe soften up a bit.

    But she needs to say NO to anyone else screwing with her face. She will age out nicely, if she stops now with the retouching.

  9. Sarah says:

    I think the first picture is gorgeous. I was watching an old episode of Two and a Half Men (don’t judge) from the first season and she was a guest star on it and wow, she looked sooooo different. It’s sad that she feels she needed to have so much work done when she was naturally beautiful in the first place.

  10. mln76 says:

    What she has done to her face is horrid. She’s either one of those unlucky people who can’t get away with any Botox or she’s starting way too early and will look like catface Kardashian in 5 years. (I am voting for the latter)

  11. Lila says:

    Ugh. She has the whole alien look to her.

    “Need sugar…with water.”

  12. Gabriela says:

    Like her lips weren’t plumped enough, they had to photoshop it to plump it even more. Oh well

  13. Solveig says:

    February 18th, 2011 at 8:56 am

    She is no more plastic than anyone else in Hollywood.

    I am not insulted by these ads in the least.


    I totally agree, and I don’t understand why some of you act like photoshop is fine with some actors/celebrities (because, oh! they are so naturally beautiful!) and it’s evil with others…

    Edit: and I like her lips, because they look natural although they are obviously done.

  14. brin says:

    She’s still pretty and I agree that she’s not a famewhore but she needs to quit messing with her face.

  15. viper says:

    Blow up doll dead eyes and PSed to utter hell

  16. Tiff says:

    Beyond Stunning… She looks GREAT!!

  17. Shark says:

    I actually thought she looked a bit like Jennifer Lopez in that thumbnail.

  18. serena says:

    Well the second pic it’s totally photoshopped, I can tell.
    And those lips… please stop the plumping, it’s becoming hideous.

  19. whitedaisy says:

    She is just one more emotionally adrift young woman of low self-esteem in Hollywood. And her response has been plastic surgery and an empty tummy. It is a shame.

  20. poppy says:

    she screwed up all the good she had going for her. screwed up her career, screwed up her face, screwed up her body.
    i have a feeling she won’t be asked to renew her contract with armani.
    she should have left her face alone and kept her mouth shut. and eat a little. sad.

  21. me says:

    Lol at “three faces ago” Besides all her surgery, all of those pictures are extremely photoshopped. i’ve seen the behind the scenes shots and she doesnt look so good. Her eyes arent naturally so blue, they’re more of a hazel colour. I wonder what she will look like after her next round of surgery. Every year she has a different face. Doesn’t she realise that we’re not blind?

  22. me says:

    She had an upper lip implant last year, thats why her mouth always looks so weird lately.

  23. sickofit says:

    she starts to look like prisila presley, i just cant help it.
    she is messing with her face too much imo…

  24. Erin says:

    I wonder how she keeps her body temperature regulated, since her skin seems to be devoid of pores. Our internal systems need them to keep our natural body heat from cooking our innards.

    The wonders of photoshop.

  25. k says:

    I’ve seen pics of her as a teen, and I don’t see evidence of surgery. Is there a site that proves it?

  26. kiko says:

    photoshop rocks!!!

  27. Arianna says:

    i like her smile.. seems genuine and like she would be a chill person to hang out with

    kinda over caring about her “plastic” face.

  28. womanfromthenorth says:

    Whats not to like about the adverts… it is selling make-up to sheep(teenagers and twentysomethings). And we all know things get “touched-up”.

    So good for her, She will never be a hand model.. thank God!

  29. SHump says:

    At least she’s not speaking in these ads. (Looking for something nice to say, as I think she’s all around horrid.)

  30. Rose says:

    She is a famewhore who learned to keep her mouth shut and photo ops to a minimum because her 15 min are up and if she what’s to hold on to what little fame she has left and her husband she has to keep the famewhoring to a minimum.

  31. sapphire says:

    Yes, the ads are insulting-they imply that the product produces the appearance-ie you too can look photoshopped, botoxed and jacked if only you wear their mascara! Talk about untruth in advertising.

  32. Rosanna says:

    Ah for once Giorgio picked up a sexy woman! I wonder how that happened LOL

  33. luls says:

    I really DONT see the ‘RADICAL PLASTIC SURGERY’ everyone is refering to!

    If u look at her baby pictures or photos of when she was younger, she had the exact same plump lips, pointy nose, eye shape and hair color!
    ya’ll are seriously underestimating the effects of varied hair and make-up styles, or weight-loss/gain, on a person!

    I would say the most she has done (if at all) is botox/fillers. And those dont really change your actual features, especially if you’re already young to begin with. Botox is peanuts in Hollywood.

    I mean the jokes being made about her so-called ‘many faces’ are far more appropriate for someone like Heidi Frankenstein, in my opinion.

    I could show you pics of me as a teenager and pics of me now with drastically different hair and make-up, and i guarantee you would flip out and accuse me of plastic surgery! Hell, even my friends sometimes doubt that i havent done anything to my nose….

  34. DeE says:

    This commercial would really make women want to buy the cosmetic? She has still been able to retain some of her God-given beauty, but the actions appear to be attempts to arouse. More marketed at men than women it seems, but such is this world we live in.

  35. honeyv says:

    This is so fake! I totally agree with you, Kaiser. And she’s not a role model! Unless you plan spending your life in hospitals..

  36. original kate says:


  37. Mshuffleupagus says:

    Ok, as a chick, I have to ask. Why would we buy makeup advertised by a chick that is famous for looking gorgeous (past tense) with or without make up? We’re not idiots. We want the sh*t that makes us look like we didn’t spend the last 7 hours grinding up on gay dudes on dirty Wednesday at the Abbey……or something. We should have a chick that looks gross most of the time, but better with the right make up on. Its why Drew Barrymore is so successful at Cover Girl.

  38. Cinderella says:

    Cheesy ad, but she looks really good.

  39. jover says:

    Cosmetic ads were so much better in the 80s and 90s supermodels and real beauties like Catherine Deneuve and Isabella Rossellini not photoshopped jacked hasbeens like this yes famewhore. Is there a shortage of beautiful italian models/actresses that would do this. Does anyone know how she actually got this gig? Pop culture, even ads, have become so ratty ass and tacky you would think Armani would aim high and classy, not brainless and trailer park. Does he realize or care what this association does to the cachet of his brand?

  40. ThirdChris says:

    I looked at the before/after pics, and I’m not seeing it, except for the lip filler. I think she is beautiful, and we can’t blame her for being photoshopped to hell and back. I don’t know, I think her face is more angular because she lost a lot of weight.

  41. Angel says:

    Photos and ad are nice, but still she’s plastic.

    In comercial she’s acting like full of confidence, but in reality she doesn’t like how she looks and goes on surgeries. Acting – fake 😉

    I hate that

  42. skibunny says:


  43. Mouse says:

    Looks like the mascara photo was taken around the time of the Jonah Hex premiere, she looks Priscilla Presley freaky in that one.

    She annoys me, but she doesn’t usually insult my intelligence until she tries speaking. Then I want to throw things at her head.

  44. Gaby says:

    When I saw her at the SAG Awards she scared the hell out of me and then I felt bad for her because not only her face looks completely different, she didn’t need to change a thing in the first place, but also her body is just so thin, she didn’t need to get any thinner either. It’s just sad.

  45. Isa says:

    I like the top picture. She is lip plumping done correctly. Take heed Nicole Kidman!

  46. Shay says:

    I disagree. It’s not an insult. Why is it insulting to use her in an ad? The cosmetics industry has been deceiving women for years. There are actually women who believe that mascara really lengthens lashes! They airbrush skin so that it’s flawless. They slim faces. They add false lashes to ever mascara ad anyway (e.g. Maybelline brings out different mascara ads every month with false eyelashes on their models).
    Since when have there been ‘real’ faces in cosmetics adverts?
    There are women who actually believe that cosmetic companies have individual qualities and their products work when it’s false. For example, Clinique, MAC, Estee Lauder (and more ‘companies’) are all owned by Estee Lauder. Tell me now, is that not deceptive. To market products with different names, when it’s the same product you’re buying but in a different package? And you’re criticising the ad with Megan Fox as being an insult?

  47. Heather says:

    Top picture looks great.

  48. NicoleAM says:

    The pics and video are stunning! I know she’s had work done, I’ve always said whoever did her surgery is extremely talented. I wish I looked like that.

  49. curious says:

    stunning,,,,,,,,make up on or off,,equally

  50. Adrien says:


  51. futureperfect says:

    Exactly, devilgirl. Don’t know what you’re making such a big deal about Kaiser. By Hollywood standards, this is as real as you get.

  52. geekylove says:

    in the last picture i thought it was young Monica belucci!!!
    it’s so sad when someone ends up erasing their identity; what ties do we live in that HW enables (with money) unstable people with no talent?
    sorry for being harsh, but it’s late here and i see no use to beat around the bush.

  53. Jacqueline says:

    I think she wanted the facial fillers to give her model high placed cheek bones. They look out of place. I see it all the time in LA.

    Sometimes a girl who is a 10 has the self-esteem of a 4. If people werent so ashamed of psychoanalysis/therapy, they could work out their issues. Its for a better you afterall. Also people assume that if you’re beautiful, you have no confidence issues. My sister cant make up her mind, cant decide who to follow and lacks her own opinions/feelings because my folks just thought that being beautiful, everything for her would just fall into place. And she is always paranoid about not being beautiful enough, probably like Megan. Model cheekbones are only beautiful if they are natural and blend with the rest of your face.

  54. the H says:

    EVERY celebrity is insecure. And EVERY celebrity has had something done. Jesus, even Jolie had a nose job. Who cares?

    MFox is HOTTTT.

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