Hunger Games actress Julianne Moore is speaking out about the overuse of Instagram filters and the “manufactured” images of beauty they produce.

“What’s interesting about social media — and kids are learning this very early, too — is that these images are manufactured,” Moore told Refinery29. “It’s important to broaden our understanding of what it is we find beautiful and why we find it beautiful.”

The Oscar winner and L’Oréal Paris spokeswoman, 55, worries that young people are consuming too many images that have been altered and don’t represent the full spectrum of what can be beautiful.

Image via Flickr/giannialbanese

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