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Hungarian pop singer Boggie decided to make a statement on the issue of debate over photoshopped celebrities by focusing her latest music video for her latest single, “Parfüm,” on digitally altering her appearance in Photoshop.

Boggie shares, “I wanted to make it clear that we shouldn’t try to compete with this perfectionism and manipulation which ruins your self-esteem.”

“You should accept yourself on your good days and bad days, which is a hard process but it pays out at the end.”

“The shooting wasn’t hard work though I had to concentrate hard. The whole set lasted eight hours.

“I had to sing in front of a white canvas in different make-ups and hair sales.

“We shot every setting six-eight times because we made a Hungarian and a French version to the song’, she reveals.