Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Is It Fair To Ask The Public To Look Like Stars Who've Had Plastic Surgery (Before And After Photos)

Toni Braxton before (left) and after (right) nose job and breast implants

e time) the subject of the singer having breast implants came up. However, Braxton, who is listed as executive producer of the movie, neglected to include the fact she also had a nose job. Braxton has undergone other cosmetic procedures as well.

Megan Fox before (left) and after (right) nose job and breast implants

Braxton's fellow recording artists Beyonce Knowles and Rihanna, have also had nose jobs and breast implants. Angelina Jolie and Megan Fox also had nose jobs and breast implants. Reality star Kim Kardashian and her sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner, have undergone nose jobs, breast implants, cheek fillers, limp fillers and Botox. The mainstream press, which is largely controlled by Hollywood, constantly push these surgically altered stars on the public as the acceptable way to look in society. But is it fair?

Kim Kardashian's before (left) breast implants, Brazilian butt lift, butt implants, nose job and Botox

These stars don't even look like themselves, so why are you asking the public to look like them and hold them up as role models and templates for what people should look like. Too much emphasis is placed on looks rather than talent and it is doing society a great disservice. No longer do many young women believe they have to develop their minds, personality and talent. Hollywood is teaching them all they need is breast implants, nose jobs, facial fillers and a willingness to go around next to naked to be famous and popular. This dear friends, is not an accomplishment. It is a farce.

Before Body Makeup, Nose Job And European wig
After Body Makeup, Nose Job And European wig
Before Breast Implants And Nose Job After Breast Implants And Nose Job
Before Nose Job After Nose Job

My advice to the public is this, there's nothing wrong with plastic surgery, but if you do have work done, make sure it is for the right reasons. It should be to look your perceived best, not to get a fake butt or fake breasts to pose half naked on Instagram or in a video or to get some vain man who cares about looks over character. If you get a nose job, let it be because it is something that will make you feel better about yourself and not because someone picked on you at school or on social networking.

Rihanna before (left) and after nose job and breast implants

Plastic surgery is a personal choice and as with all surgery, there are potential risks and complications. Over time, if you give yourself a chance, you will grow to love yourself as a person. People's vain or vicious opinions will not matter nor will society's contrived, surgically altered beauty ideal.