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    BBL , Rhinoplasty Plastic Surgery?

    Idk If there's been a thread about this already but is there anything you would like to "go under the knife" for?
    in the end no one ever knew what the outcome would be. So I guessÖ you have to do your best to make a decision that you wonít regret.

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    No, nothing I want to change that badly. Not to mention the money dump it is, and, they could fuck up..
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    My reasons are I am not into vanity so there is no way I'm forking over thousands of dollars for nothing I would want anyway. Don't like my nose, chin, ears, cheeks, boobs...? Then do not look at them. I did not even get my ears pierced because I know I will never wear earrings lol.

    Other than the usual vanity reason I have not been in a serious accident situation. If say I got my hand mangled by something, had breast cancer and had a mastectomy, got serious burns...then yeah call the reconstructive plastic surgeon as I would want one. They do absolutely amazing work.

    I cook a lot and to be honest I am waiting for the moment I chop a bit of/whole finger off or burn my hand from moving a hot pan. That is the most likely plastic surgery I am going to receive.


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    Personally? No. I honestly don't care how I look or what people think of me.
    My view/opinion on plastic surgery is that if it's gonna help/solve a health problem or if it's gonna bring a positive effect on someone (like self-esteem, etc) it'd be something I'd would find "valid".
    But if it's just gonna be for aesthetics/vanity or because someone wants to looks like a RL Barbie that's f∑∑king stupid (ಠ_ಠ) to each their own though
    Not to mention the risks it has if the surgeon f∑∑ks something up.

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    I'd be down to get a jaw shave but I don't want it so badly that I'd risk my face & 10k to get it. As long as people are wise I'm definitely pro-cosmetic surgery though - it might be vanity but life is short and you might as well look the way you want to. But plastic surgery is an art form and you have to find a skilled, trustworthy "sculptor" if you want good results. A lot of people aren't willing to/can't pay the hefty price for this stuff and they go looking for cheaper alternatives and that's where it goes badly :^/

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    Probably my eyelids. They're my biggest source of self-consciousness
    I don't want to pay so much money for something that I don't really need though so nah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sci_Girl View Post
    My reasons are I am not into vanity so there is no way I'm forking over thousands of dollars for nothing I would want anyway. Don't like my nose, chin, ears, cheeks, boobs...? Then do not look at them. I did not even get my ears pierced because I know I will never wear earrings lol.

    Other than the usual vanity reason I have not been in a serious accident situation. If say I got my hand mangled by something, had breast cancer and had a mastectomy, got serious burns...then yeah call the reconstructive plastic surgeon as I would want one. They do absolutely amazing work.

    I cook a lot and to be honest I am waiting for the moment I chop a bit of/whole finger off or burn my hand from moving a hot pan. That is the most likely plastic surgery I am going to receive.
    ^ This pretty much. I wouldn't mind if my boobs were bigger but I am terrified of all the negative things that can happen, mainly if my body rejects them.

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    Eh, I've thought about it, but not sure if I'll actually do it. A more defined jawline would be nice.

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    i am extremely sensitive about my double chin. my body was not designed to gain weight proportionately, and my chin has looked the way it's looked since i was 12, so it looks odd when i seem skinny in many outfits but my face looks fat. i am not a "skinny" person and absolutely love being and feeling a little softer around my chest, back and waist, but the chin makes me feel like i never lost my puppy fat or that i'm still a child or something. then give it 10-15 years and it will transform into looking middle aged much much earlier than most. i hate it, a lot.

    i would absolutely fork out 3k for chin lipo


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    I wouldn't do it because the fear of have a bad result is worse for me than living with what I already have but... I really dislike my jaw and have it shaved it would probably be the only thing I would decide to have if you ask me. My chin is too pointy and I wished I had less of it so my face was more round and less long. I've heard that it's one of the most painful plastic surgeries as well so yeah... It's a no no for me haha!

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