They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. This is true! But at the same time, people feel as though the world is supposed to define what beauty is. People are doing extreme things so that they are labeled beautiful. And who said that natural is not beautiful? We can agree on one thing, that how a person looks is very important.
Weird things people do for beauty
People often envy other people’s eye color. We have seen how slots online game providers use attractive women to advertise their products and services, and some people end up wanting to look exactly like them. But you wouldn’t think that they want to change it permenantly, right? I mean who would actually want to change something like the color of their eyes? Well, we will not judge. There are certain implant processes such as an intraocular implant or iris implant surgery, which was originally known to correct eyesight for those that have poor vision. But, now is used to change eye color. These are some of the things that people do for beauty.
Skin whitening has been the common practice, and it is trending. Dark skinned people now want the feeling of also being light-skinned, and those who are light skinned are also bleaching and want to be whiter. But what is fascinating about this one is that they are now using bird poop to whiten their skin. In as much as we feel that it is not a good thing to do, well it is a natural way to do it and probably safer.
People go as far as spending $2,000-$3,000 on dimple surgery. Yes you heard us right, not everyone is born with dimples, but that is not a crime. Some people end up visiting casino sites hoping to win jackpots. Believe you me, surgeons don’t come cheap. Surgeons will take a part of your cheek that will cause the dimple to appear. You might experience swelling within 48 hours, but after that no one will know that you never had a dimple.
Clearly, as you can see from the article, people are willing to go miles in the name of beauty. At the end of it all, self-love is the key to a healthy life.
Article written by Steve.
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