Eva Longoria's ghostly new look

Eva Longoria on the cover of  Italian magazine, Amica. Photo / Amica
Eva Longoria on the cover of Italian magazine, Amica. Photo / Amica

Eva Longoria looks heavily airbrushed on a recent Italian magazine cover.

The actress is famed for her olive complexion and natural beauty, but has seemingly been radically retouched on the cover of Amica's July 2012 issue.

Eva appears on the glossy front page in a sexy plunging purple Lavin dress, which shows off her legs, decolletage and arms. Her signature bronzed skin tone looks totally altered in favour of a paler colour.

Eva's face also looks dramatically different, with The Huffington Post remarking: "Aside from the skin retouching, Eva's got some extra-accentuated cheekbones and jaw line that look practically fake."

The shoot's faux beach backdrop also looks awkward. Eva is posed on a bright red and white fabric-covered stool with tropical plants and fruits surrounding her, while the studio's wooden floor boards are present at the bottom of the image.

Eva has spoken of her disdain for re-altering her looks before. The 37-year-old brunette beauty wants to avoid cosmetic surgery and she hates the idea of the invasive procedures.

"I'm terrified of needles and knives. I saw those Discovery Channel shows with the operations. The sound of the chisel. Agh! No thank you," she has previously revealed.

Amica magazine have not yet responded to the photoshopping claims.

- Cover Media

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