It was shortly after my graduation that my mother approached me about breast augmentation surgery.
"I felt like I was living in a body I didn’t recognize,” the supermodel told People.
I bring you the Beauty Lift High Nose. My god, who was in this pitch meeting? Lift High Nose? It really doesn't leave anything to the imagination, does it? The manufacturers sure didn't want there to be any confusion as to what this proboscis contraption's purpose was.
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Breast enhancements are one of the most common surgical procedures in the United States, but now women won't even have to
As a feminist, I've always felt deeply conflicted about the whole boob job thing. On one hand, it's both sad and ridiculous that women feel compelled to pay thousands and undergo surgery to attain an ostensibly "more desirable" body.
In an effort to better understand the reality of how distant Barbie is from the average woman, I created a parody featuring what her breasts might look like at her current age of 55-years-old. It's a sad, sad truth but as women age, their breasts go south.
I had been working out in the gym regularly. I lost weight and found I could tone and firm any part of my body -- except my post-pregnancy boobs. I decided to have breast lift surgery (or mastopexy) in early 2005 to restore them to their proper place on my chest. But that wasn't the only thing in my life that shifted.
They are a natural part of your body, no big deal, something to hide, something to be ashamed of, bought in a doctor's office, something to flaunt, a prize, part of a show for entertainment, something to change, something that produces milk, an industry. They are an enigma.
Here is the troubling news for the husbands who bought their soon-to-be-ex-wives a new set of buns, breasts or lips: no, you may not repossess them. They are an unsecured asset.
Take eyebrow lifts, for example. The anti-aging procedure's popularity increased by a whopping 17 percent last year -- meaning
When my friend decided to have plastic surgery on her face and breasts, I couldn't hide my shock. I was caught off guard -- she had always been one of those cute, perky moms, dressed in the latest trend.
It's official -- breasts (and the prospect of breast augmentation) can sell anything. In case we weren't already convinced, a new Fiat ad has made it abundantly clear.