I wonder if people that do not hesitate to repeat plastic surgery procedures, for small adjustments, do have something in common?
Are some types very vocal about their hate towards plastic surgery? is the opposite true?
I don't see the need for it in most cases *cough uber cough* , but if you're in a horribly disfiguring accident I can understand why you would get it a bit better. but its someone elses body so at the end of the day i have no say in what people do or don't do.
I don't really care. I sometimes think people erase their distinctiveness by trying to become "perfect" (like Jennifer Grey's nosejob, I thought she was way cuter and distinctive looking before) but ultimately it's not my opinion that matters, it's theirs.
I really doubt that there's much of a correlation to type concerning this issue.
As far my own opinion on this issue goes, I could give less of a damn what people choose to do with their own appearance. Yes, some people screw up their faces big time and it's tragic, but it was their choice, and my thoughts on it are really not going to matter in the end. Hearing things like "why would you do that to the beautiful face you were born with it's like erasing who you were" is a little wearing and sentimental, imo.
Society treats people who are traditionally attractive better, on the whole, and though I would never do it to myself I can't find it in me to hate people for trying to gain that edge. It makes logical sense, even if it doesn't always work out perfectly.
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I don't think there's anything wrong with it in the abstract. I view it in much the same way I view drinking alcohol; it's fine if you are responsible about it, but it's bad if you're an alcoholic/Michael Jackson.
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I don't really care. I sometimes think people erase their distinctiveness by trying to become "perfect"
Most people don't need it, but if it makes them feel better about themselves, why not? But most of the time I think for people who 'don't need it' but are obsessive with plastic surgery, there's that deeply-rooted lack of confidence which is going to be a problem in their lives anyway, meaning that plastic surgery isn't probably going to solve their problems.
I think people in Hollywood are starting to look scary. Even the surgery that is "done well". It's sad that people have to have surgery and can't just age.
I think cosmetic surgery here or there isn't a bad idea. Although then I wonder what happens when people have kids that look like them after "fixing" themselves. Should the kid get surgery to "fix" that too?
I think cosmetic boob jobs are also sad since boobs are for nursing and women are concerned about looking hawt for guys? Why not inject silicone all over the body and have lots of boobs!!!
I also think your thoughts on cosmetic surgery depend heavily on your social status and amount of disposable income.