I don’t agree with plastic surgery. It’s up to each and every person to decide whether they want it or not and theres a lot of people who have to get it due to accidents / injuries etc. But I would never ever have it. My face, my body, it’s me. I wouldn’t want to change it.posted over 1 year ago
If they need it from some disfigurement then sure.
But just for beauty reasons…. Not sure why people would waste so much money and time on it. :/
But it’s their choice.
I have nothing against plastic surgery for cosmetic reasons as long as people are paying for it on their own. If people want to change the way they look, then who are we to judge them?
Many of us change our appearance every day with the help of makeup, some of us even have tattoos and piercings. Plastic surgery is just another form of body modification for me. I don’t see how one is okay and “normal” but the other one is subject to so much “controversy.”
I also don’t believe that plastic surgery changes who you are. A person isn’t defined solely by their physical appearance. If they’re not happy with the way they look and have the means to change it, then why shouldn’t they?
If I had the money, I probably would consider plastic surgery at some point in my life.posted over 1 year ago
Plastic surgery is ok in my opinion…like ashley simpsons nose job enhanced her beauty but just like you mentioned some stars like joanne rivers went OVERBOARD..
Just like Daladoire^ when I get the money for plastic surgery I would probobly get it
putting synthetic materials in my body for more sex appeal? thanks but no thanks. If I ever, God forbid, got breast cancer then I would likely go for implants afterwards but beyond that, no. It’s almost like cheating in a way, betraying your genetics and hiding your real self.posted over 1 year ago
I never agreed with plastic surgery until recently.
I am 40 years old and can pass for 20 something but the older I get, the more I think maybe botox, face lift, etc is in my future. I dont want to get old if I can help it.
So who knows…
To each his/her own
But I dont like it when they make themselves look plasticposted over 1 year ago
I never thought about getting plactic surgery but since last year that’s the one thing a think a lot, I wand to have my breast reduce, because I get back aches sometimes. That’s the only reason I want it done. My only problem is the anesthesia, I got a procedure after I have a bad pregnancy and I almost didn’t wake up, that’s the only thing to think about.posted over 1 year ago
I would be ok with it if my body is changed because of an accident (brocken nose…) there are quite a lot of things I’m not happy with but I prefer to keep it than getting ill or disformed if the surgery goes wrong.posted over 1 year ago
Not on my face! I’ve wondered about what it would be like to have boobs, but I like being all real.posted over 1 year ago
I think that if someone wants to have surgery to change their appearance, than that is up to them, but I think that it is foolish. God gave everyone the body and face that they have, why change how it looks because of social insecurities and/ or the way that society perceives beauty :)
- but of course if someone has to have surgery for health reasons that is totally different.
I think no one should judge those girls who do plastic surgery. They wanted it to be gappy and satisfied with how they look so who are you to stop them from being happy? I guess too much is when it already compromises their health.
Personally, I would not even think of doing plastic surgery to myself not because I think I’m perfect already, believe me I have so many flaws that sometimes I feel so ugly, but because people around me feel like I’m already as pretty as i can be and they accept me for what I am with all the flaws. So i think one of the best ways to be beautiful is to find true friends and never forget to smile. :) <3
Oh and also, stop hating and start loving. Frowning and getting angry only gives you wrinkles! :)posted over 1 year ago
Plastic surgery is highly debatable for obvious reasons, however I believe that if it makes someone happy then it’s completely their choice. I think once someone reaches a certain age their body is both their business and decision. Free will should be exercised in all aspects of life, and I believe that includes plastic surgery!posted over 1 year ago
The only thing I can do is keep up with skin routine, stay fit, and take care of my hair. But I wouldn’t want to alter my face structure nor my body because I’ve accepted the way I am meant to look— I accepted the face and the body my parents naturally made for me.
What others wants to do with themselves is their business.posted over 1 year ago
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HONESTLY, if there was some guarantee that I wouldn’t look awful, end up with terrible scarring or look like Frankenstein, then YES, I would definitely have plastic surgery….boob lift and implants, tummy tuck, very subtle nose job….I’d have the works! :P
I never admit that to anyone, but it is the truth. I KNOW that finding acceptance and learning to love one’s body is ideal…and since there are no guaratees (and I don’t have the money for all that work) I will take the high road and state that I need to work on loving myself, instead of changing my body.posted over 1 year ago
I’m happy with my looks and want to age naturally but if I ended up horribly mutated for some strange reason then yes I would get it to fix myself.posted over 1 year ago
Even if there are some parts of my body that I want to change, I wouldn’t think of going through plastic surgery. For me, what’s beautiful about people is their natural look. You just have to feel confident to look good and have a positive attitude. :)posted over 1 year ago
if i had to for health reasons but I like the way I look and really dont want to change anything!posted over 1 year ago
I’m a HUGE supporter of plastic surgery. Getting breast implants or getting a nose job is no different that getting a tattoo or buying a new shade of lipstick. Focusing on natural beauty is an unnecessary limit that many people put on themselves and in the fashion community, limits can be incredibly detrimental.
That said, if you’re getting a procedure done to impress another person/collection of people, you’re doing it for the wrong reasons, but that goes along with wearing brighter lipstick to impress a boy or buying a pair of shoes because you saw Jennifer Aniston wearing them and you want to be more like Jennifer Aniston and less like you. If you’re getting the procedure done solely to boost your own self-confidence and correct a physical trait that you find undesirable, more power to you. People are too afraid of “playing God” and that fear causes them to strip away their own empowerment.posted over 1 year ago
I would never do it just because I have to accept me for me and not for a woman in a magazine. I’m not gonna lie a couple of years ago I was thinking about boobs transplant but then I figured out they were worthless. Not only are they many risks with doing a boob transplant such as catching something but you also have to replace them every 15 years. Who has time for that? I just learned to work with what I got like wearing a push up bra and etc. Don’t get me wrong there’s nothing wrong with plastic surgery but I think people should really really consider it before they do one. Are you doing it to make yourself feel better and boost your self esteem or are you doing it because the media is saying a young beautiful face with big boobs and no muffin top is in? One last thing I HATE when people get overly obsessed with plastic surgery. It’s sickeningposted over 1 year ago
I am neutral about it, I feel as if there is nothing wrong with wanting to make yourself feel better. We could point fingers and blame a lot of people and things but this is just what type of future society is progressing towards.posted over 1 year ago
I can’t imagine I’d ever get elective cosmetic surgery, but who knows…live and let live, that is my motto. Who I am to judge if someone is truly unhappy with their appearance and wants to do something about it (e.g., fix their nose). I have friends who have gotten plastic surgery and they are happier and not addicted to it or anything strange like that.posted over 1 year ago
I have no issue with plastic surgery. It is a personal choice for everyone and should someone want to go under the knife, it does not affect me. Personally, I would not because I am a big wuss when it comes to anything that sounds painful and second I am happy with the features I was born with.posted over 1 year ago