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I'm happy these type of surgery exist. Many people have racial inferiority complex like Michael Jackson and this girl. People say you need to be proud of how you are. Those sayings are easier said that done specially when it's time to face the reality and Global society. These people with complex have been whites in many of their past lives and are not adapting to their current race in this life. Impressing how many blepharoplasty she's gone through to make that eyes so almond. Well if she's happy as she is now, I'm glad for her. And beautiwise speaking, she was utterly plain before and now looks cute and pretty. So me I approve this! And Osmel said, Miss Venezuela is not for natural women and Venezuelians are Goddesses and always in the Top 3 of Miss Universe.
IN FAIRNESS SHE WAS REALLY NOT ATTRACTIVE IN HER BIOLOGICAL/NATURAL LOOK HOWEVER IM NOT A FAN OF HER MADE-UP LOOK TOO SURGICAL AND SHE END UP LOOKING LIKE A TRANS WHO DID A LOT OF SURGERIES JUST FOR JOINING PAGEANTS! PFFFT I HOPE SHE IS HAPPY WITH ALL THESE BECAUSE IT LOOKS PAINFUL DAMN! SHE LOOKS KOREAN PFFFFFFFT
You guys should know her behind story. Her ex-boyfriend was jackass, he kept said "You are ugly" and cheated on her. Then she start to undergone surgery even until now.
I think plastic surgery addicted people needs psychological treatment, They are actually mentally ill. They have past traumatic experiences and that trauma made their brain that can't recognize their current faces well, So that's why they obsessed with plastic surgery.
I think ABC's hit series 'The Swan' was great program. They got proper plastic surgery and got a new life.
Addict is no good, but if result is good enough, stop undergone surgery and enjoy a changed good life.
Bitch needs to be muzzled forever - MAGGIE GRIFFIN
From what I've noticed most plastic surgeries in Asia are based on Westernization. There is something terribly wrong in the way some Asians perceive themselves comparing to the Westerners. It's scary how white-washed beauty standards became these days...
Well, I would understand plastic surgeries of this kind (not that drastic though) only in case of a mixed person who simply wants to look like a regular member of the group he/she is related to by blood and culture (well, the ideal solution would be to change superficial approach of the society when it comes to ethnicity though).
In her case however, I wonder how she's gonna deal with it in the future? Full blooded Japanese, born and raised in Japanese culture, living in Japan who don't look anything like Asian? What is she gonna tell people when they ask about her ethnicity? White looking Japanese halfies at least can simply respond „I don't look Japanese/Asian, cause I'm mixed”. And what about her? Is she gonna lie all her life or simply keep telling people about this surgery?
That's too extreme. No offence, but I find it scary and sad at the same time...
Miss Universe 1000 B.C wrote:Impressing how many blepharoplasty she's gone through to make that eyes so almond.
BTW, it looks more like the augmentation of the bone structure around the eyes (brow ridge, forehead, nasion, nasal bridge, cheek bones ect. ) not only blepharoplasty itself.
Bahn Mi wrote: [color=#FF4080][size=150]This is not the plastic surgery what we have known such as correcting some flaws or something but truly a racial transformation. Who on the earth knew it could happen?
I dunno from which decade you lived, but actually, this is the kind plastic surgery that I have always known - changing the face to look more beautiful or to look more like someone else.