Most people know about the controversy over using computer-generated images in advertising, but what about perfume ads? A new study has found that even when a model is used in a fragrance ad, her real name may not be used. In some cases, the model’s name may be completely made up. Researchers analyzed print ads for seven popular women’s fragrances from 2002 to 2017 and found that the model’s real name was only disclosed in 9 percent of the cases. The rest of the time, the model’s name was either never given or a pseudonym was used. So why are companies so reluctant to use real names? researchers say it could be because they’re afraid consumers will find out that the models don’t actually wear their own products.


Conclusion paragraph: We hope you enjoyed this look at the future of perfume advertising. The Walking Girl Model real name has been a closely guarded secret, but we can reveal that her name is Lily. Thank you for following along with us on this journey into the future!

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