I was watching a documentary and it is shocking to see how many people actually go in for plastic surgery and these are ALREADY beautiful. So I am curious are there anyone here who has had plastic surgery? Also what were your reasons and how did the surgery go?
Well, from an early age, I was teased relentlessly because of my nose. From the time I was 5, to the age of 16, I grew the biggest hatred for my nose. It started to affect my life: because of the fact that every time I left my house a stranger would either point to my nose or say some horrible taunt just to make fun of it, I no longer wanted to leave the house. So I stopped leaving my house. This made my life seem unlivable. THe fact that I was completely terrified to leave my house because no person can just look at me for ME, and instead judge me because of my nose.
I had only a few friends, and even they admitted that I had a huge nose, and if they were in my situation, they would get a nose job. Especially since they knew how much it affected me.
I was NOT pretty. I wasn't even normal looking. On Halloween, if I went trick-or-treating, people would compliment me on my "fake" nose because of it's large and oddly formed size. It took all the fun out of everything.
Every day I would stare in the mirror and criticize myself, wishing people would just stop telling me I have a huge nose; I get it. It's different, it's weird, it's malformed. JUst stop telling me. But they didn't.
Finally, I told my mom how much it was screwing up my life. She understood because she had the same problem and had rhinoplasty when she was young. So, after I saved up the money, she let me get the rhinoplasty.
It COMPLETELY changed my life. Everyone told me how much better I looked. Boys like me now. I look in the mirror everyday and can't help but smile. I honestly LOVE the way it is.
My nose grew in slightly slanted after the operation, but I couldn't care less because I like it exactly the way it is. It looks really good in my opinion, and no one bothers me anymore about it.
It honestly and completely changed my life.
I am always grateful when I look in the mirror and see my new nose. I love to touch it all the time. Haha. I love my nose.
I thought I would never say that in a million years, but my dream had finally come true. I am a much different, happy person than who I was before with that malformed nose.
I love it.
i wouldnt get plastic surgery even if my boobs are up to my bully button..honestly, in my opinion its wrong..and i know one chick who got surgery and died a yr later i honestly think ppl are ungrateful and they always want something to satisfy there needs some ppll dont get the fact that we are humans and a human beings will have wrinkles in some point or saggy b0obs plastic surgery is not the way to go.. well hope my cousin dont read this...she went in for plastic surgery for her as* cuz it was flat and wide and after 3 months it looked like like inflated and gross she went for a second and now one of her buttocks is bigger then the other..i am sure if she goes for the theirs attempt it will be worse..
The best way to transform your body if you are unhappy, is through physical fitness. it worked for me! Size 14 to 10 in 8 weeks! I know it sounds like crap, but it's the best way to increase your self confidence and boost endorphines. Plus it's alot cheaper!! Try that first before investing $KKK in plastic surgery. It's called plastic for a reason! Just look at Heidi Montag!
I plan on getting my breast enlarged after i have my second child. Ive wanted them forever, but i wanted to wait untill i was done having children since breastfeeding can cause sagging. Im not going huge, i just want to be proportionate to my body size.
Me. I had a Designer V@gina and now it looks deformed- so no.