It Reportedly Costs Up To S$1.7K To Retouch An Actor’s Face For Every Second Of Footage In Chinese Dramas
Viewers have complained about Yang Mi’s newest drama being a little too heavy-handed with the filters, though.
As television screens get bigger and the quality of videos gets better, it’s no surprise that there is even more pressure for actors and actresses to look perfect on camera.
However, it looks like just applying make-up or undergoing certain aesthetic procedures may no longer cut it. Now, some productions in China require additional beautifying with the help of technology.
As if it weren’t bad enough that stars are already getting their natural appearances unfairly compared to their heavily Photoshopped shots. But we digress.