Listen up party girls, rock stars, and all you drinkers! Put down the
drinks because we all know drinking is terrible for your body. It can
affect your weight, brain, esophagus, heart, liver, kidneys, and pretty
much every organ in your body. But, it can also age your face horribly! And yes, there is an app for showing you what drinking does to your appearance. The "Drinking Mirror
" app can really help you
cut back on your drinking because it ages your face 10 years and
distorts your face so you can see what you would look like if you drink
the way you do now!
Scotland has started a campaign called the,
"Drop a glass size campaign
." The campaign is to raise awareness for the
recommended alcohol guidelines, which they apparently don't follow too
closely across the pond because the percentage of women deaths due to
alcohol has doubled in the past 20 years. The "Drinking Mirror
" app was
developed to target women who may not realize the harmful affects of
alcohol on their beautiful faces.
Now, to demonstrate how scary
this app can be, look at the following picture of yours truly and be
prepared to be so scared you'll either A) Put the drinks down for good
or B) Continue drinking, but buy every anti-aging cream on the market!
am not sure why the one on the right looks high, but apparently
drinking 10+ drinks a week will cause red eyes and rosacea! Get me some Visine!|
Now let's "Drinking Mirror
" some others!
|Apparently Tonya doesn't get red eyes and skin. Not fair!|
|My husband doesn't know I "Drink Mirror"'ed him! Shhh... It's a good thing he doesn't drink very often. |
And now for some celebs!
|She still looks kind of pretty in the last one. Tired and pale, but pretty.|
|Angelina still ends up looking alright. |
|I am not sure why Halle got the worst of it (probably because her original photo was less shopped!), but OUCH!|
This app is only $0.99 and is pretty entertaining. If you know someone
who is vain and a drinker, tell them about this app. It will probably
help them in the long run.
Yes, we joke a lot. But, if you know someone with a serious drinking
problem, get them help. Contact Family First Intervention (Or any
intervention service you find fitting). Family First Intervention - Tennessee area