Culture Last night's Botched episode featured Sallie Axl, a plastic surgery devotee who requested everything from a Pikachu Nose to heel implants. Find out everything that happened on last night's episode, here. Dr. Paul Nassif and Dr. Terry Dubrow returned Wednesday for another batch of plastic surgery mishaps, including a "surprise" nose job and one of "the hardest" breast augmentation Dr. Dubrow has ever seen. Spoilers for episode 10 ahead: Jessie – "Implant Spitter" At first, wanting bigger breasts because of low self-esteem and cheating partners, Jessie was left with a completely botched breast augmentation that left her with "one teacup breast and one negative 'A' breast." With multiple surgeries under her belt, Jessie had extremely thin skin that made any type of reconstructive surgery extremely difficult. Dr. Dubrow hatched a plan to do separate surgeries to try and build up scar tissue to thicken up the skin within the surgery site. … [Read more...] about ‘Botched’ Episode 10 Recap: ‘Pikachu’ Nose, Ruptured Breast Implant – Will the Doctors Be Able to Save These Plastic Surgery Mishaps?
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Jung Yoon Kim, Associated Press Updated 8:15 pm CST, Monday, February 4, 2019 In this Jan. 16, 2019, photo, Park I Seul speaks during an interview in Seoul, South Korea. As she pursued her dream of becoming a fashion model, Park realized she was neither tall or skinny, like typical runway models, nor “big enough” to be a plus-size model. She also realized one day that the only way to meet the lofty ideals of South Korea’s beauty standards was for her to continuously deny herself. Her newfound view of her body is part of a growing movement by South Korean women who have begun to resist what they see as extreme pressure to look a certain way. less In this Jan. 16, 2019, photo, Park I Seul speaks during an interview in Seoul, South Korea. As she pursued her dream of becoming a fashion model, Park realized she was neither tall or skinny, like typical ... more Photo: Jung Yoon Kim, AP … [Read more...] about South Korean women begin to resist intense beauty pressure
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Style | South Korean Women Smash Makeup, and Patriarchy Supported by gender letter The movement is called “Escape the Corset.” Plus: Jameela Jamil’s social media campaign against those weight loss teas and remembering Harvey Milk ByMaya Salam Nov. 30, 2018 “Born pretty? That’s a big fat lie.” — A makeup advertisement in the Seoul subway The movement began that looked almost like beautiful works of art. But this wasn’t art — this was protest, one in which South Korean women, emboldened by #MeToo, were protesting what they see as the restrictive beauty standards of their country’s deeply patriarchal culture. South Korea has the world’s highest rate of cosmetic surgery per capita, and the beauty market there generated $13 billion in sales last year. … [Read more...] about South Korean Women Smash Makeup, and Patriarchy
Society’s toxic standards of beauty are hard to get past, and they are not often spoken about. Only when these standards are brought up and shown to the viewers can they fully understand the stress and importance of the issues being brought up. In “My ID is Gangnam Beauty,” the audience follows a college freshman as she faces the difficulties of her self-image and the aftermath that follows the changes she makes. “My ID is Gangnam Beauty” is a South Korean television series that was released in late July of 2018, starring Cha Eun Woo as Do Kyung Seok and Im Soo Hyang as Kang Mi Rae. Mi Rae, a college freshman, has always struggled with her self-image. After receiving plastic surgery, Mi Rae has to face the aftermath that comes with it. But it isn’t until she meets Kyung Seok who shows her the true meaning of beauty. Growing up, Mi Rae did not fit the standards of beauty, which influences the way she perceives beauty. Her elementary classmates … [Read more...] about Standards of beauty addressed in South Korean drama
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