The thing that unites us beauty bloggers is so much more than just make up. Its the feeling you get when you 'discover' a new product that works wonders on you or the happiness that comes from gaining a new follower, as if that extra person validates what you have to say and in turn means you cant be going too wrong with the way you put yourself together. Its the comraderie and the feeling that there are a bunch of other girls with the same interests just a click of a button away.
But how far would you go in the quest for beauty perfection? Is it a case of hair colouring? Of eye brightener, lipstick and contouring? Does it stop at electrolysis?
Or would you, like many others, consider having a nip here or a tuck there. Do you look down on the people who succumb to the pressures of looking good in such a dramatic and dangerous way? Do you think these people are insecure beyond the realms of how make up makes you feel? or do you feel that its perfectly OK to want to make the best out of what you have?
I guess all those questions can be streamlined a bit. So how about this: What I'm trying to figure out is: What do you REALLY think about Cosmetic Surgery?
When looking for an image to brighten up this post, (yes, I know its a bit provocative, i wanted to make it a tad less heavy!) I found it really difficult to find a depiction of cosmetic surgery that came without a heavy dose of bias.
Either the picture has strong negative correlations like this one:
Or alternatively, you just need to flip to the back pages of any magazine to see images like this one that evoke the notion that with just a little help, you too could be this sparkley and happy:
Reading back on this post I noticed that if you didnt know me, My guess would be that you would think I was very much AGAINST plastic surgery... So would you be surprised if i said that I had had cosmetic surgery and was considering more? Would you think less of me?
Have any of you had anything done? Would you consider it? Are you against it?
Id love to hear your views.