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The Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star would pick makeup-free over filters

By Kaitlyn Frey
March 22, 2021 04:04 PM
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Jenni “JWoww” Farley
Credit: Jenni “JWoww” Farley/Instagram

Jenni "JWoww" Farley got real about the power of photo editing.

The Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star, 35, showed fans just how much someone's appearance can change just at the click of a button with the help of editing apps. Farley posted the same photo of herself side-by-side — makeup-free and unedited on the left, and full glam and filtered on the right — to show how easily she can alter her face by using an editing app.

"Laying here bored and saw this app... so I said 'why not?'" Farley captioned the Instagram photo. She instantly preferred her fresh-faced, natural look rather than the edited shot.

"WTF. I'd rather be old and ugly 😭😭😭 but seriously, don't do this crap to your pics... love yourself. 😍💕," she said.

When one commenter argued that the app "basically adds makeup," Farley said she didn't like how it made her complexion appear practically pore-less.

"Made my face all baby smooth with a ring light glow 😂😂," she said.

Another fan addressed Farley's cosmetic enhancements, like Botox, in the comments of her post. "True love, but you have endless money for all the medspa and injections 🙏🏻🙏🏻 Many of your followers don't... It makes a difference in the #nofilter pics," the fan said. Farley replied, "You are not wrong there."

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While Farley has said she has "no objections" to plastic surgery (she has gotten her breasts done twice), when it comes to her face, she prefers to go the non-invasive route. "I'm always the one that says, do it for the right reasons. I'm not getting any younger. I'm going to do the non-invasive surgeries to stay youthful, to feel youthful," she said in a 2016 interview with Entertainment Tonight.

The star added: "I love the way I look. I am totally open and honest with it. I do not want a saggy face in 30 years."