The purpose of this post is to encourage beautiful people everywhere to not fuck their faces up with plastic surgery, because you end up looking like a vapid, emotionless doll.
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t have a problem with plastic surgery, because all girls deserve to feel pretty and I deserve to get boners, but wrecking a perfectly fine face should be a fucking crime.
Who is the girl in the picture? I have no idea, which is sort of the point.
So, so, so many wannabe models desire to be famous so badly that they’ll go to any lengths to get the attention they crave. Plastic surgery is generally considered the quickest way to get noticed because looks is their currency, and since plastic surgery purports to make everybody more attractive, why wouldn’t you get it, right? Unfortunately though, it doesn’t always work, especially for the women who are already fine as they are.
I mean, look at that fucking shit. It’s goddamn ridiculous. Her chin would have to be registered as a deadly weapon in New York, and I’m somewhat surprised it doesn’t implode on itself. Like seriously, how does she eat without her face falling off?
Sad thing is that judging by her facial structure and body type, she was probably already perfectly good looking, but wanted to go the extra mile to become super, super, super hot.
Well it didn’t fucking work.
The ironic thing about this whole plastic surgery craze, and the norms of beauty that they use to mold guys and gals, is that many of the idols actually do end up looking the same. Whether it’s because their facial types are naturally or artificially the ideal, there’s very little for them to use visually to stand out, hence why a lot of these new girl groups and boy bands get shuffled off into irrelevancy.
In my opinion, the actual way to get noticed for your looks is to have attractive but different features. If Nana got double eyelid surgery, she wouldn’t be nearly as attractive to me, and the same goes for actress Han Ji Hye. If Song Hye Kyo got her cheekbones and jaw sculpted to get the V-Line, she wouldn’t be the same, and neither would Lizzy if she got her nose shaved down to a pointy abomination.
Baseball player Yogi Berra once said that “if the world were perfect, it wouldn’t be”, and the same applies to the faces of celebrities.