Cosmetic surgery anyone ? For vanity or profession ?

Plastic surgery anyone ?  For vanity or profession ?

As our local daily reports ………..

When you consider Western women’s motivations for plastic surgery, employment doesn’t tend to feature. With the exception of glamour models and actresses, whose careers might rely on levels of perfection Mother Nature simply can’t deliver, cosmetic alterations are generally chosen for personal reasons. Or as “personal” as possible when you in live in an appearance-obsessed society, rather than a bubble.

In other words, plastic surgery in the Western world is overwhelmingly attributed to “vanity”, for want of a less damning term.

Not so in China. As reported by The Daily Beast contributor Joanna Chiu, Chinese women are going under the knife in the belief it will help them professionally.

To read on please click Cosmetic surgery to get ahead booms in China.

What is the world becoming?

Have we all lost our confidence?

Why the need for cosmetic surgery?

The answer to that is numerous. I would not venture into that but if anyone is so desperate as to consider changing your looks to get ahead (other than being in an accident that cosmetic surgery is the only answer), one word of caution is to source the most reputable clinic as lack of training (of that clinic) may be deadly.  Click this link for cosmetic surgery that turn deadly.  For whatever reason be it vanity or profession, you are risking your life and may result in looking worst than you are.  Do you not appreciate the way God created you the way you are?   Beauty is within you and cosmetic surgery does not make you beautiful inside out.

Thank you God for creating me the way I am.  I am happy with my look and I know in your eyes I am beautiful with my two brown eyes, one small nose and one rosebud mouth.  What more can I ask for?



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The pros and cons of cosmetic surgery – Beauty has a price.

Beauty is only skin deep.  Confidence goes all the way through.

Cosmetic surgery to get ahead booms in China.

5 thoughts on “Cosmetic surgery anyone ? For vanity or profession ?

  1. I’ll admit, vanity is not my strong suit, though I’ve never had plastic surgery..well unless you count a little tummy work? lol Oh and once I tried botox, just to see…it was okay, but too expensive. I guess I’ll just have to stick with my facial creams, try not to get sunburned and only wear make up when necessary! 🙂 I view it as a personal choice and a financial one.

    • Thanks for your comment. Sure agreed cosmetic surgery is a personal choice but years back, it wasn’t even an option so definitely it is a ‘luxury’ rather than a ‘necessity’. Perhaps these days it is the ‘trend’ and yes definitely a financial one too. 🙂

  2. Completely agree with you on this topic. A pretty face can only get you so far. I believe that if you speak clearly, speak well, throw in a few jokes and just be a happy person with a smile, chances are people will remember you and think highly of your character 🙂

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