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” »
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Plastic surgery is a growing medical field that can do a lot of good for a lot of patients. Plastic surgery has many benefits for a patient, including improving self confidence and making you look young again. Due to these benefits, people are flocking to plastic surgeons. In addition, plastic surgery is rapidly advancing making it much safer and more effective than it was in the past. This makes plastic surgery all the more attractive to potential patients. So what exactly are these advances in plastic surgery? Here are five major advances in the field of plastic surgery. Continue reading “5 Advances In Plastic Surgery” »
Micromastia refers to a condition when a woman’s breasts are underdeveloped. Some girls feel like having a boy’s chest, and this usually results in low self-esteem or insecurity. There are plenty more psychological effects of having a flat chest in girls that many wouldn’t understand. That’s why breast implant surgery is the most performed surgery today according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. However, this surgery doesn’t have an easy recovery process. You need a good amount of time to heal to get your desired look.
Well, yet another lovely celeb has taken a step toward destroying any physical individuality in pursuit of some imaginary ideal. Iggy Azalea has openly admitted to getting a nose job, which we all knew she did anyway because now she looks like the result of one of those facewarping iPhone apps. Of course, we’re in the height of lauding her for her honesty, but let’s not pretend this isn’t still sad news.
Let’s see the change: Continue reading “Iggy Azalea’s Nose Job, Before and After” »
So you know that weird phenomenon where you learn a new word or talk about something really random, and then it seems to follow you around?
(Actually, I’m pretending to sound like I don’t know what it’s called right now, but I do. There’s a name for it and that name is the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon. I often do that – pretend not to know as much about things as I do – because I trained myself to do so at a young age. I find that sounding like you know too much about something can make other people uncomfortable, so I tend to “dumb myself down”. This habit is almost universal among intelligent women, and that vaguely relates to what we’ll be discussing today.) Continue reading “Can You Work In The Beauty Industry and Still Be Pro-Women?” »