People have often asked me what I think of the popularity of double fold eyelid surgery, and plastic surgery in general.
I’ll be honest. I never liked it, and while there are pro’s and cons to every argument, my personal take on going under the knife is a huge no.
It’s not that I think surgery is a mark of needless vanity on the woman’s part. That might be true, but that’s not the point. Plus — I hear vanity is healthy.
When it comes to plastic surgery in South Korea, I guess my gripe is that the women who undergo surgery to obtain larger eyes, higher noses, or a more chiseled jawbone are not only committing to irreversible change, they’re often subjecting themselves to European notions of what’s beautiful. They’re surrendering to the false notion that Asian features just aren’t good enough.
My beauty philosophy: work with what you have. That means fighting pollution, dry air, and dirt that will always clog up an otherwise healthy organ.
Just slather on this mud-like mask, leave it on your face for 10-25 minutes, and read your favorite blogs while it works its magic. You’ll be good as new.
And the best part? No knives required!