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Ask Korean Guys: Dating Foreigners, Plastic Surgery & Beauty Standards
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Everybody wants to look beautiful when they step out of the door in the morning. But what happens when the pressure to be beautiful becomes too much? Feminists all over the world fight against objectification, but in many parts of Asia there is an urgent need for change, as some women face unrealistic beauty standards that call for them to spend hours each morning applying make-up, and another hour before bed on step skincare routines. These rigid standards are well known, especially in countries like South Korea, where there is intense pressure for women to have porcelain skin, sharp chins, and big, doll-like eyes. To get there, there's a burgeoning 'K-beauty' industry that has become a global sensation, and a culture of plastic surgery that has become so normalised that a third of all Korean women have gone under the knife.
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For career and life, this. Subscribe now to this. Curious about this. Find out more. If you think having plastic surgery sounds daunting today, spare a thought for those who were bold enough to try it in the 16th century. Aspiring to a particular beauty ideal can be dangerous given that the marks of beauty change over time and differ from location to location.
Plastic surgery is no where near as taboo as it was. Procedures like lip fillers have become routine, with pretty much every female "influencer" over the age of 18 getting them at some point. I feel like I need to start this off by saying that I have no problem with plastic surgery— I think it's amazing. I do, however, have a problem with people who deny having gotten it. Especially when they're in the public eye, and they have millions of young girls looking up to them. Let's take Kim Kardashian for example. She is idolized by millions of young girls and is often described as "body goals.
Body positivity might be on the rise, but as it turns out, plastic surgery is as well. We broke it down for you. And contrary to popular belief, the facelift is still alive and well. Charles Galanis , a double board certified plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills. Unlike past generations, they were the first to come of age when plastic and cosmetic enhancements started to become normalised, if not flat-out mainstream, and social media has played a huge role in homogenising non-surgical facial procedures - not just in the US, but globally.