Kelly Dodd doesn’t do anything quietly – or subtly – for that matter. Kelly gets off on confrontation, whether it’s calling Emily Simpson’s husband, Shane Simpson, a wimp, or screaming “who?” like an owl at Shannon Beador. And ignorance.
Before being fired from Real Housewives of Orange County, Kelly wore a “Drunk Wives Matter” hat and spouted off many alternative facts about COVID. Needless to say, it was time for her to depart RHOC, along with Braunwyn Windham-Burke and Elizabeth Lyn Vargas. Since getting the boot, Kelly has channeled her ignorance onto Cameo. In her free time, though, she appears to be having fun with face tunes.
The Sun reports that Kelly is getting heat from followers for using face-tune on her 15-year-old daughter, Jolie Dodd. “In the snap, both the mother-daughter duo have baby-like smooth skin that makes it hard to identify their various facial features.” The Sun also adds that “the blurred filter also appeared to make Kelly’s eyes larger than normal.”
Housewives certainly love their face tune, and it’s super obvious when they use it, too. But, to each their own! They’ve grown women with an agency who can do what they want with their bodies, faces, and pictures. However, it gets weird when they start to edit their own children.
Jolie is a beautiful girl without filters. At 15, things are hard enough, and having your mom edit your face would send any of us a sad subliminal message that we don’t look beautiful as we are, even if that’s not Kelly’s intent. “Many fans demanded that [Kelly] ditch the heavy ‘editing’ [on Jolie] as she’s beautiful just the way she is,” per The Sun.
One follower commented, “Facetune, so not needed.” Another follower told Kelly, too, “drop the filter! You are beautiful!”
Other followers were more critical, commenting, “drowning out your daughter’s face with an obvious filter… great parenting.” One person commented directly, “Woah! This filter is way too much Kelly!!”
Editing your own face in pictures is up to you. But editing other people’s faces, your child specifically, is something else. So the questions I have about face-tune, in general, are: do homemakers know we can tell they’re using face tune? Or do they think it looks natural and authentic?
TELL US- WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT KELLY FACE-TUNING JOLIE? WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON FACE-TUNE? DO HOUSEWIVES GET THAT WE CAN TELL WHEN THEY USE FACE-TUNE? SHOULD THEY TONE IT DOWN ON THEIR CHILDREN?