Cosmetic surgery has been growing in popularity to the point of becoming somewhat of a norm. It is now rare to see a celebrity with a completely natural face and body, and it is no longer unusual to see those around you with impossibly perfect features. However, there are still many people who decide not to go ahead with it as it includes an element of risk due to the invasive, surgical procedures involved. But now, non-surgical cosmetic treatments have been introduced into the equation; making it a far more tempting route for people to take. They are still fairly expensive so if you need some help getting the funds together, Compare insurance, credit cards, or personal loans in seconds at gobear.com, but they are far more affordable than traditional treatments. Here, we run through the most popular forms of non-surgical procedures. Continue reading “A Guide to Non-Surgical Cosmetic Treatments” »
No way – I refuse to resign myself to a life of old lady-dom. I will not Botox and filler my face into oblivion (but based on recent evidence, I may become a cat lady).
Check out my video review of Anaiti’s Instant Wrinkle Smoothing Serum, one of the many ways I’m avoiding getting lines on my face without resorting to more drastic methods: Continue reading “Anaiti Instant Wrinkle Smoothing Serum Review [VIDEO]” »
I spend a lot of time thinking about beauty, and I find the most seasoned ladies often still need to learn at least a few of the lessons below.
These might be better labeled as “beauty maxims” than “beauty rules”, but I thought that might confuse Google into sending me guys looking for the latest cheesecake shots from Tila Tequila.
My personal favorite is #6.
Depending on where you’re from, the general opinion of Botox injections varies from absolute disgust to an absolute must. While often lumped in with plastic surgery, Botox injections and similar cosmetic fillers are considerably less dangerous and involve less downtime than going under the knife. And surprisingly, doctors administer more Botox to women ages 22-40 than to women over 60. And Botox usage increased 4783% from 1997 to 2006. So tell me, ladies: would you go under the needle? (Don’t worry – my polls are anonymous unless you choose not to be, so no one will know your skin-plumping secrets.)