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A cautionary tale about plastic surgery.
While the focus on loosening the ironclad corset and giving breathing room for diverse bodies to be loved and appreciated is a big step in the right direction, something is still fundamentally missing in our well-intentioned conquest to develop a positive body image.
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Each and every country around the world has its own definition of beauty, and while I was living and working in South Korea, I discovered that was more evident than ever. The truth is, whether we'd like to admit it or not, aesthetics do matter and have a profound effect on our successes in the world.
What motivates women to spend so much money in an attempt to retain their youthful beauty, when too often the results have them looking like an "unreal" version of their former self? (That's being kind.) Do women really believe beauty comes from the outside-in?
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They're not exactly going for the "Human Barbie" look but twins Sara and Emma Koponen are pretty close. The identical 25-year-old sisters have spent more than £15,000 (about $24,000 US) on matching pl...
We rely on the expression around the eyes with our partners to connect. It tells us if they are feeling safe or happy or worried or threatened. Without this cue we don't know how to respond. We see this in children with autism who have flat muscle tone around the eyes; not only are we unable to understand their social engagement cues, but they are not able to understand ours either.
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One woman learned the hard way that the quest for beauty can come at a high cost. Apryl Brown, 47, lost her arms, legs, and the flesh around her buttocks after injecting fillers into her posterior in...
Little sisters, you make your own society. If you want to pluck and plump, do it. If you don't, don't. If you love your pecs and abs, fine. If you don't mind a little jiggle, that's fine too. If you think that having a face lift will get or keep a lover, get thyself to a psychiatrist. If you don't like the look of your neck, be like me and follow the example of Nora Ephron: wear a turtleneck.
In a country obsessed with beauty, one South Korean woman took her quest to look "perfect" too far. TV reporter Won Jayhun has been blasted online for undergoing jaw surgery in order to get a heart-sh...
If you were a plastic surgeon, would you perform surgery on your daughters? That decision, which comes with its own ethical and moral dilemmas, was apparently an easy one for Dr. Michael Niccole, who...
I've been thinking a lot about this interview with Lisa Kudrow about the nose job she got when she was in high school. My first thought is that I want to go back in time and hug teenaged Lisa Kudrow. Most of all, I want to tell her that I get it, because I've been there. I feel sad that I've spent most of my adult life feeling so goddamn unattractive.
Love 'em or hate 'em, reality stars like the Real Housewives have come to dominate popular notions of cosmetic surgery. To be sure, the Real Housewives are about as real a representation of the typical plastic surgery patient as they are the typical "house-wife."