Do we have another retouch mishap on our hands?

Lorde posted a photo from her spread for the May issue of Canada's Fashion magazine on Twitter today, and while the 17-year-old singer looks absolutely striking (per usual), she couldn't help but point out something that seemed a bit odd to her.

"apart from the fact that i'm pretty sure this magazine gave me a new nose (:|), i really like this photo," the "Royals" singer wrote.

(To be completely honest, we don't notice much of a difference, but she knows her nose best.)

During her interview with the mag, Lorde shared that she's been asked to smile more and be positive with her public image since entering the spotlight.

"I'm drawn to women who aren't painted in history as sweet figures. Patti Smith was prickly. She was frustrated. She didn't take people's s--t," she shares in the May 2014 issue. "There's no better music idol for young women, because there is a lot of pressure for us to be really positive all the time. Every photo shoot I do, I get asked for big smiles, and I shouldn't have to be that way."

Lorde, Teen Vogue

Teen Vogue

However, the young star doesn't need to flash her pearly whites to give off a fresh glow. Lorde looks absolutely stunning on the cover of Teen Vogue's May issue (on newsstands April 29), promoting what the mag called "the Lorde revolution" when it comes to a female's image.

"Prescribed ideals of how girls should look are over," the singer says, and talks about how her sometime tomboy-inspired fashion can be a little tricky while in the industry.

"There are a lot of expectations in this industry about looking a certain way and having a certain kind of appeal," Lorde said. "I am feminine, but I really love dressing in boys' clothes too. I guess that's why I get labeled as 'the grumpy girl' because I don't play into that."

She looks far from grumpy to us!

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