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IN Lifestyle ON 17 Mar, 2016
Check out 20 of these deceivingly awesome tricks below.
To make the soft drinks look as fizzy as possible, advertisers actually add antacids to create a lot of bubbles and froth.
When food is steaming hot, it looks so appealing. They actually heat wet cotton balls to create these. They put them near the tray or the food to create the steam effect.
In order to make them look fresh, hair spray and even deodorant are used to make them shine.
If advertisers used real ice cream, it would easily melt because of the hot environment. This is why that "ice cream" is actually a serving of mashed potatoes.
People put brown shoe polish on the buns to make them more delectable.
To keep the food or the plate in its proper position, photographers utilize clay.
If advertisers used real milk, the cereal would get soggy immediately. So, the best option is to use glue.
Those beautiful women have hair extensions and depend on a lot of wind to look so dazzling.
Because ice cubes would easily melt, advertisers use plastic cubes that are perfectly shaped.
In order to achieve the perfect look of a chicken roast, paper towels are placed inside the undercooked chicken.
Instead of using honey or maple syrup, advertisers put a lot of motor oil so that the pancakes would not be able to soak it all.
The sesame seeds on buns are individually and carefully arranged using tweezers.
The meat patty is not totally cooked so that it will still look tender while the cheese is only melted a bit. The bun is also captured from the ideal angle.
Thanks to lipstick, those strawberries look very red.
In order to make it look fresh, bubbles and soap water are added.
Instead of simply applying the icing, people put cardboard between the bread and use toothpicks to keep them together.
Butterflies and dragonflies are put into the fridge for about 5 minutes to make them lazy.
Simply breathe in, add some tan on your stomach, stand properly, and spread your body.
That's right, advertisers spray them with some deodorant.
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