This photo’s caption reads: “Get that dirt off your (uneven) shoulder.” Photo: @wephotoshoppedwhat/Instagram A new Instagram account is culling photos posted by fashion bloggers (and even Beyoncé!) that use retouching tools to slim their bodies, calling out the guilty for their obvious overuse of such apps (and their mistakes). The carefully curated images that appear on style sites and social media accounts—much like those in magazines and advertisements—aren’t 100% real. “My trademark pink arrows are never meant to point out someone’s “flaws,” rather to draw attention to the obvious,” the person behind the account said. Related: Britney Spears Cover Sparks Digital Manipulation Debate Interestingly, the rise of bloggers came about mostly to fill the hole missing in the market, the lack of real people of all sizes showing off their unique personal and street style that glossies have historically ignored. The recent cover of Women’s Health featured an almost unrecognizable Britney Spears on the cover.