Cosmetic surgery has an aesthetic value like none other. A lot of cosmetic surgeries are done to save lives as well, but most are done for the purpose of looking beautiful. Everyone has the right to look and feel good. If cosmetic surgery has the power to change lives, then one should just embrace it. However, not many people do that. But what’s even more terrifying is how people use surgeries to soothe their insecurities. The world is fast-changing and glamour has taken the need to beautify to another level. Most people love to emulate their favorite stars and their lifestyle.
The lifestyle of rich and famous is not always easy to emulate, but the least you can do is to try and look like them. This is easier said than done. But that doesn’t stop people from trying. One of the things people do to look like their favorite celeb is getting Cosmetic Surgery. It may be things like wanting to have ‘Kim Kardashian’s buttocks or Pamela Anderson’s breast. Getting that Kylie Jenner pout or a body like Beyonce, people want it all. In a bid to have that perfect image they seek out cosmetic surgery. They pay exorbitant amounts to look like their favorite star or at least get the looks they think will make them good. The tale of Carolyn Anderson is one such tale of flights of fancy taken too high. This woman has spent 20 years of her life and £20,000 to try and look like Baywatch star ‘Pamela Anderson. Experts will tell you that this is a dangerous obsession that will not end well for Carolyn, physically or financially.
The only reason that you do cosmetic surgery should be for your own benefit and with a clear expectation of what you want from the surgery. To begin with, if you are getting the surgery, get it because your body and mind need it. Emulating someone to the extent of obsession is not good. This creates a sense of expectation that cannot be met by any surgery. Talk to your cosmetic surgeon before undergoing any kind of cosmetic surgery to set your expectation and dreams right. Be a better version of you rather than a poor version of a celebrity.