Bare Essentials, From Birthday Suit Editorials to Photoshop-Free Covers

By: Melissa Greer - Published: Apr 17, 2010   Updated: Jun 23 2011
The celebrity and fashion world is beginning to feature women young and old, of all shapes and sizes, in au naturale editorials. From Glamour Magazine's 'Body Revolution' to Dove's 'Campaign for Real Beauty,' women are loving nude editorials. Not only has it become popular to bare all, but many of these editorials are makeup-less and Photoshop-free as well.

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Implications - Any company in search of an instant burst of brand interest would be wise to invest in highly sexualized advertising. Sexually charged advertising draws immediate attention from potential consumers, the media, and people critical of the ad's sexual content. The company benefits from the increased brand awareness that comes as a result of the debate the marketing sparks. Stats for 49 Au Naturale Editorials Trending: Older & Buzzing
Research: 214,016 clicks in 319 w
Interest: 6.8 minutes
Concept: Au Natural Editorials
Related: 403 examples / 310 photos
Segment: Males, 18-35
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