Hello my dearest readers,
I was thinking to post something other than make up reviews, haul or
Makeup Look. I enjoy writing reviews on makeup a lot but sometimes I just
feel like writing what I feel like writing. There may be times when I am
feeling like writing about life, my passion other than makeup. Today I
decide to write about Plastic Surgery.
When I was very young (10-13 years old), plastic surgery was a taboo thing
for me. In my mind, It was a wrong thing to do. When I heard of a woman
having a plastic surgery, I would have a negative image about her. But as I
grow up, things start to change. Without any major reason, my mind starts
to accept plastic surgery among women.
Nowadays society plays an important part in shaping the image of beauty.
Big eyes, long eyelash, slender body, long legs tend to describe the
meaning of beauty to women. I understand this might stress us as a woman
when we don’t have any of those criteria above. Then the idea of having a
plastic surgery comes to mind.
Again, I am not against the idea of plastic surgery. Having a nose job,
double eyelid surgery or any other aesthetic surgery is fine in my opinion.
However the most important point here is that you need to have
self-confidence from within. It’s very important to be confident with
whatever you have, NOT from what you got from plastic surgery. Moreover
it’s also important to know that plastic surgery should not become an
addiction. The idea of confidence and beauty should come from within.
Moreover, it’s also important to know that plastic surgery should not become an addiction. The idea of confidence and beauty should come from within. Women grow older. For mothers, it will be tempting to have a costly tummy tuck (see details of prices at Tummytuckcost.com).
Well I think for my first post on “My Thought” Topic would be enough.
I hope I would be able to write something like this again in the future
when I am feeling to do so. This is my opinion on plastic surgery and I
respect any different comment that people have.
Now I am finishing this post with a beautiful words from Kevyn Aucoin,
“Beauty is about perception, not about make-up. I think the beginning of
all beauty is knowing and liking oneself. You can’t put on make-up, or
dress yourself, or do you hair with any sort of fun or joy if you’re doing
it from a position of correction.”