It was called the 'three-wrinkle rule' — a mythological magazine dictate that all covergirls cover up any signs of aging, save for three lines, according to Yahoo Shine.
That was then; this is now: An age when magazine editors face scrutiny over photo retouching, selfies rule the Internet, and celebrities eagerly line up for their make-up free close-ups.
The most recent example is the 2014 Vanity Fair Hollywood Portfolio issue (on stands Feb. 11) featuring 20 stars without make-up or airbrushing. The spread, photographed by painter and photographer Chuck Close, reveals their every line, wrinkle, and blemish, Yahoo Shine reports.
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